Mondelez International Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
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Description of the company
We are one of the world’s largest snack companies with global net revenues of $25.9 billion and net earnings of $1.7 billion in 2016. We manufacture and market delicious snack food and beverage products for consumers in approximately 165 countries around the world. Our portfolio includes many iconic snack brands including Nabisco, Oreo, LU and belVita biscuits; Cadbury, Milka, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Toblerone chocolate; Trident gum; Halls candy and Tang powdered beverages.
We are proud members of the Standard and Poor’s 500, NASDAQ 100 and Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Our Common Stock trades on The NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol “MDLZ.” We have been incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia since 2000.
We intend to leverage our core strengths, including our advantaged geographic footprint, market leadership positions and portfolio of iconic brands and innovation platforms, to achieve three primary goals of growing our people, growing our business and growing our impact.
Grow our People: We hire and inspire our people to engage in challenging and rewarding career experiences and to contribute their talent to create a great place to work. We collaborate globally, scale ideas quickly and develop world-class capabilities. Our culture is fast-moving, bold, innovative and accountable, reflecting the traits and skills necessary to thrive in a competitive global marketplace. To support and build on the success of our people in a continually-evolving business environment, we invest in our people and their development, foster respect for one another, celebrate diversity and commit to authenticity at every level. We also work to create an environment in which our people can demonstrate innovative and courageous leadership to make a difference in every role they play in the Company. As reflected in our actions and our investments in our people, we value their contributions and are committed to their success.
Grow our Business: We aim to deliver strong, profitable long-term growth by accelerating our core snacks business and expanding the reach of our Power Brands globally. Leveraging our Power brands – including Oreo, LU and belVita biscuits; Milka, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Toblerone chocolate; Trident gum and Halls candy – and our innovation platforms, we plan to innovate boldly and connect with our consumers wherever they are, including new markets around the world, using both traditional and digital channels. As consumer consumption patterns change to more accessible, frequent and better-for-you snacking, we are enhancing the goodness of many of our brands (including providing simpler and wholesome ingredient-focused snacks), expanding the well-being offerings in our portfolio and inspiring consumers to snack mindfully by providing clear and simple nutrition information. As shopping expands further online, we are also working to grow our e-commerce platform and on-line presence with consumers. To fuel these investments, we have been working to optimize our cost structure. These efforts include reinventing our supply chain, including adding and upgrading to more efficient production lines, while reducing the complexity of our product offerings, ingredients and number of suppliers. We also continue to aggressively manage our overhead costs. We have embraced and embedded zero-based budgeting practices across the organization to identify potential areas of cost reductions and capture and sustain savings within our ongoing operating budgets. Through these actions, we’re leveraging our brands, platforms and capabilities to drive long-term value and return on investment for our shareholders.
Grow our Impact: Our growth is linked to enhancing the well-being of the people who make and enjoy our products, the communities we serve and the planet and its limited resources. As consumers seek foods that taste delicious and match their lifestyle goals, we are committed to meeting their well-being needs by becoming a leader in tasty, accessible, well-being snacks. To ensure the safety of our people, we have implemented world-class safety programs, workplace wellness programs and policies to promote fair and equal treatment. We conduct business in compliance with the law, our company policies and accepted standards of business conduct. We also seek to improve consumers’ well-being by providing innovative community programs focused on learning about food choices, preparing healthy meals, growing nutritious foods and encouraging children to play. We encourage our people to contribute time and talent to community programs, and we provide humanitarian aid to communities in times of need. We also leverage our global operating scale to secure sustainable raw materials and work with suppliers to drive meaningful social and environmental changes.
Our operations and management structure are organized into four reportable operating segments:
• Latin America
• Asia, Middle East, and Africa (“AMEA”)
• North America
On October 1, 2016, we integrated our Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa (“EEMEA”) operating segment into our Europe and Asia Pacific operating segments to further leverage and optimize the operating scale built within the Europe and Asia Pacific regions. Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Belarus, Georgia and Kazakhstan were combined within our Europe region, while the remaining Middle East and African countries were combined within our Asia Pacific region to form the AMEA operating segment. We have reflected the segment change as if it had occurred in all periods presented.
We manage our operations by region to leverage regional operating scale, manage different and changing business environments more effectively and pursue growth opportunities as they arise in our key markets. Our regional management teams have responsibility for the business, product categories and financial results in the regions.
We use segment operating income to evaluate segment performance and allocate resources. We believe it is appropriate to disclose this measure to help investors analyze segment performance and trends. For a definition and reconciliation of segment operating income to consolidated pre-tax earnings as well as other information on our segments, see Note 16, Segment Reporting.