Pinnacle Foods Inc.
399 Jefferson Road, Parsippany, NJ 07054
Executives: Chrmn: Roger Deromedi; CEO: Mark A. Clouse; EVP & CFO: Craig Steeneck; EVP & President Boulder Business Unit: Michael Barkley; Chief Commercial Officer: Mark Schiller; EVP and Chief Customer Officer: Chris Boever; EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer: Mary Beth DeNooyer; EVP and Chief Supply Chain Officer: Mike Wittman; EVP and General Counsel: M. Kelley Maggs
Parent Firm: Public.
Brands: Armour, Aunt Jemima, Bernstein's, Birds Eye, Brooks, C&W, Celeste, Comstock, Duncan Hines, Earth Balance, Erin's El Restaurante, Evol, Gardein, Glutino, Hungry-Man, Husman's, Lender's, Log Cabin, McKenzie's, Mrs. Butterworth's, Mrs. Paul's, Nalley, Open Pit, Smart Balance, Snyder of Berlin, Swanson, Tim's, Udi's, Van de Kamp's, Vlasic, Voila!, Western, Wilderness, Wish-Bone
Manufacturing and warehouse facilities:
Darien, Wis. (frozen vegetables and complete bagged meals, 747,900 square feet)
Ft. Madison, Iowa (canned meat, grocery, 478,000 square feet)
Imlay City, Mich. (Pickles, peppers, relish, grocery, 461,000 square feet)
Fayetteville, Ark. (Frozen dinners and entrées, 390,000 sq. ft.)
Fennville, Mich. (Fruit toppings and fillings, grocery, 328,000 square feet)
Jackson, Tenn. (Frozen breakfast, frozen pizza, frozen prepared seafood, 324,300 square feet)
Waseca, Minn. (Frozen vegetables, 290,000 square feet)
St. Elmo, Ill. (Syrup, barbecue sauce, grocery 252,000 square feet)
Mattoon, Ill. (Bagels, frozen breakfast, 212,000 square feet)
Berlin, Pa. (Snack foods, 180,000 square feet)
Algona, Wash. (Snack Foods)
Hagerstown, Md. (Gardein)
Richmond, BC (Gardein)
Laval, Québec (Glutino)
Centralia, Ill. (Duncan Hines)
Major Product Areas: Misc. groceries
Pinnacle has established, center-of-store brands, products in hot and growing categories and enough cash and borrowing power to make key acquisitions.
Pinnacle Foods began with nostalgic low-growth brands but has transformed itself into a food processor of the future.
While still cost-conscious, Pinnacle Foods' recent acquisitions and R&D activity transition the company into healthy, more natural food products.
A mix of legacy brands and health and wellness products dictates manufacturing capabilities that are flexible and quickly commissioned.