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    Our brands are as diverse and rich in heritage as the more than 150 countries in which we market our products.

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    Our brands are as diverse and rich in heritage as the more than 150 countries in which we market our products.

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    Alpen Gold Barni belVita

    Bournvita Cadbury Cadbury Dairy Milk

    Chips Ahoy! Clorets

    Club Social

    Côte d'Or Daim

    Enjoy Life Foods

    Freia Halls

    Honey Maid Hu Kinh Do Lacta

    LU Marabou Maynards Bassett's Milka Oreo

    Perfect Snacks Philadelphia Prince



    Sour Patch Kids Stride Tang Tate's Bake Shop Tiger Toblerone Trident Triscuit

    TUC Wheat Thins

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    Mondelez International

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    Mondelēz International, Inc.

    Mondelez headquarters in Chicago, Illinois

    Type Public Traded as

    Nasdaq: MDLZ (Class A)

    Nasdaq-100 component

    S&P 100 component S&P 500 component ISIN US6092071058 Industry Food Beverage

    Predecessor Kraft Foods Inc.

    Founded December 10, 1923; 98 years ago (original company)

    Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

    October 1, 2012; 9 years ago (current form)[1]

    Founder Thomas H. McInnerney

    Edward E. Rieck

    Headquarters Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

    Area served Worldwide

    Key people Dirk Van de Put (Chairman​ and CEO)


    Baby foodCoffeeDairy productsBreakfast cerealsConfectioneryBottled waterIce creamPet foods

    Revenue US$28.72 billion (2021)

    Operating income US$4.65 billion (2021)

    Net income US$4.30 billion (2021)

    Total assets US$67.09 billion (2021)

    Total equity US$28.27 billion (2021)

    Number of employees 79,000 (December 2021)

    Website mondelezinternational.com

    Footnotes / references


    Mondelez International, Inc. (/ˌmoʊndəˈliːz/ ),[3] often stylized as Mondelēz, is an American multinational confectionery, food, holding and beverage and snack food company based in Chicago.[4] Mondelez has an annual revenue of about $26 billion and operates in approximately 160 countries.[5] It ranked No. 108 in the 2021 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.[6]

    The company has its origins as Kraft Foods Inc. which was founded in Chicago in 1923. The present enterprise was established in 2012 when Kraft Foods was renamed Mondelez and retained its snack food business, while its grocery business was spun off to a new company called Kraft Foods Group. The name is derived from the Latin word ("world") and , a fanciful modification of the word "delicious."[7][8][9]

    The Mondelez International company manufactures chocolate, cookies, biscuits, gum, confectionery, and powdered beverages. Mondelez International's portfolio includes several billion-dollar components. These components includes cookie and cracker brands Belvita, Chips Ahoy!, Oreo, Ritz, TUC, Triscuit, LU, Club Social, Sour Patch Kids, Barny, and Peek Freans; chocolate brands Milka, Côte d'Or, Toblerone, Cadbury, Green & Black's, Freia, Marabou, Fry's, and Lacta; gum and cough drop brands Trident, Dentyne, Chiclets, Halls, and Stride; as well as Tate's Bake Shop cookies and powdered beverage brand Tang.[10]

    Mondelez Canada holds the rights to Christie Brown and Company, which consists of brands such as Mr. Christie, Triscuits, and Dad's Cookies. Its head office is in Mississauga, Ontario, with operations in Toronto, Hamilton, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec.


    1 History

    1.1 Before Mondelez International

    1.2 Mondelēz International

    2 Finances 3 Controversies 3.1 Deforestation

    3.2 Wheat futures price-fixing allegation

    3.3 Child slavery

    3.4 Business in Russia

    4 References 5 External links


    Before Mondelez International[edit]

    Main article: Kraft Foods Inc. § History

    Mondelez International is rooted in the National Dairy Products Corporation (National Dairy), which was founded on December 10, 1923, by Thomas H. McInnerney and Edward E. Rieck. The firm was initially set up to execute on a rollup strategy in the fragmented United States ice cream industry.[11]

    In 1924, Kraft Cheese Company was founded and was listed on the Chicago Stock Exchange.[12] Two years later, it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. In 1928, it acquired Phenix Cheese Company, the maker of a cream cheese branded as Philadelphia Cream Cheese, founded by Jason F. Whitney Sr. and the company changed its name to Kraft-Phenix Cheese Company.[]

    In 1930, National Dairy acquired Kraft Phenix. After the acquisition, the combined company retained the National Dairy name and management, though the Kraft Phenix side of the company continued to operate largely independently.[12][13]

    On September 7, 2009, Kraft made a hostile £10.2 billion takeover bid for the British confectionery group Cadbury, makers of Dairy Milk and Bournville chocolate.[14] On November 9 the company's bid (then £9.8 billion) was rejected by Cadbury, which called it a "derisory" offer.[15] Kraft renewed the offer on December 4.[16] It had significant political and public opposition in the United Kingdom and abroad, leading to a call for the government to implement economic protectionism in large-company takeovers.[17] On January 19, 2010, Cadbury approved a revised offer from Kraft which valued the company at £11.5 billion ($19.5 billion). Some funds for the takeover were provided by the Royal Bank of Scotland, the partially state-owned British bank.[18]

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    Sustainable supermarkets

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    Sustainable supermarkets

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    Many of the major supermarket chains have come under fire with accusations of various unethical acts over the past decade. They've wasted tonnes of food, they've underpaid their suppliers and they've contributed to excessive plastic waste in their packaging, which has had its impact on our environment.

    But supermarkets and grocers are starting to sit up and take notice. In response to growing consumer backlash against the huge amounts of plastic waste generated by plastic packaging, some of the largest UK supermarkets have signed up to a pact promising to transform packaging and cut plastic wastage. In a pledge to reuse, recycle or compost all plastic wastage by 2025, supermarkets are now beginning to take some responsibility for the part they play in contributing to the damage to our environment, with one major supermarket announcing their plan to eliminate all plastic packaging in their own-brand products by 2023.

    In response to criticisms over food waste, some supermarkets are donating some of their food surplus. However, charities estimate that they are only accessing two per cent of supermarkets' total food surplus, so this hardly seems to be solving the problem. Some say that supermarkets are simply not doing enough. Most supermarkets operate under a veil of secrecy when asked for exact figures of food wastage, and without more transparency it is hard to come up with a systematic approach to avoiding waste and to redistributing surplus food.

    Some smaller companies are now taking matters into their own hands and offering consumers a greener, more environmentally friendly option. Shops like Berlin's Original Unverpakt and London's Bulk Market are plastic-free shops that have opened in recent years, encouraging customers to use their own containers or compostable bags. Online grocer Farmdrop eliminates the need for large warehouses and the risk of huge food surplus by delivering fresh produce from local farmers to its customers on a daily basis via electric cars, offering farmers the lion's share of the retail price.

    There is no doubt that we still have a long way to go in reducing food waste and plastic waste. But perhaps the major supermarkets might take inspiration from these smaller grocers and gradually move towards a more sustainable future for us all.

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    I think that there are many ways to help the environment by supermarkets, like avoid plastic bags, this example its applying now in México and USA, maybe its a little step but we need to begin with something. I'm sure that there are many ways to leave a positive environmental fingerprint. But in the otherhand is incredible the amount of food wasted by supermarkets, I think that it needs a law which regulates them. There are many people who really need something to eat and this bussines have in their hands a solution.

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    There is always something to do and huge business has to play the main role in positive changes in the world. Because, as Peter Parker's (aka Spider-Man) uncle said - The great power is the great responsibility ))

    First of all, they should reduce product wasting. Every day in my nearest supermarkets I see on shelves products with ending terms. Some days they sell them at discount and after that just rid of them.

    I think supermarkets must better predict the required amount of goods, use statistics or organize feedback from customers.

    The other point waste of packages. We use too much plastic and paper to pack goods. Lion's part of these packages is not recycled and becomes garbage on our planet. I think we should seriously reduce the number of plastic and paper packages by forcing customers to reuse the same package. For example, by selling eggs only in customers' egg trays.

    The same method could be used for green groceries and candies or so.

    Anyway, I'm sure there are lots of ways to make our planet better and we have to use all of them.

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    Supermarkets can do many things. As they should give food who is really needs it. Many charity are doing business in the name charity.this is wrong. Supermarkets set up own team to pursue this things.

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    I think that supermarkets and shops should no longer sell plastic bags, only reusable bags. I think we should buy directly from the producers. We should not eat junk food anymore.

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