18 Loveton Circle, Sparks, MD 21152-6000
Web site: www.mccormick.com
Executives: Chrmn, Pres/CEO: Alan D. Wilson; SVP & Controller: Kenneth Kelly Jr.; SVP-Human Relations: Cecile K. Perich; Pres-International: Lawrence E. Kurzius; Pres-U. S. Industrial Group: Charles T. Langmead; VP, General Counsel & Secretary: W. Geoffrey Carpenter; Pres-Consumer Foods Americas and Chief Administrative Officer: Mark T. Timbie
Subsidiaries, Divisions: U.S. Business Units: U.S. Consumer Products, SupHerb Farms, Zatarain's, Simply Asia; International Business Units: McCormick Canada, Schwartz, McCormick Foods Australia, Ducros, McCormick de Centro América, Silvo, Vahine, Margao, Schwartz for Chef Brands: McCormick, Zatarain’s, Simply Asia, Thai Kitchen, Club House, Golden Dipt, Mojave, Old Bay, Produce Partners
Hunt Valley, Maryland–consumer and industrial (3 principal plants)
Gretna, Louisiana–consumer and industrial
South Bend, Indiana–industrial and consumer
London, Ontario–consumer and industrial
Cuautitlan de Romero Rubio–industrial
Haddenham, England–consumer and industrial
Carpentras–consumer and industrial
Monteux–consumer and industrial
Melbourne–consumer and industrial
Guangzhou–consumer and industrial
Shanghai–consumer and industrial
Major Product Areas: Spices/Herbs, seasonings, extracts, sauces & marinades, specialty foods
Increased access, both online and through small foodservice and retail venues, sparks interest in new ethnic foods and flavors.
After years of shrinking sales, cost-cutting and a raft of new CEOs, large food and beverage companies look for ways to increase the top line.
The administration's tax reform package will benefit those with the most domestic sales; global firms could hurt a little.
As international and global cuisines become more prevalent, they sky's the limit on these food enhancements, and product developers are reaping the benefits.