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Employees worldwide Number (approximate) 19,800 20,444
Countries where our products are marketed Number (approximate) More than 40 60
Countries where our products are manufactured Number 11 See our Business Divisions
U.S. manufacturing facilities Number 44 More than 40
Net sales U.S. dollars, millions 8,751 9,316
Brands that hold the No. 1 or No. 2 market share Number (as of October 2013) 35 More than 30
Capital expenditures U.S. dollars, thousands 106,762 159,138
Income taxes U.S. dollars, thousands 268,431 316,126
Community investments U.S. dollars, thousands 9,100 9,100
Energy use Direct: MMBtu per ton of production kWh per ton of production

Indirect: Kilowatt hours (kWh) per thousand pounds of production

Direct energy: 1.69
Indirect energy: 294
Direct: 1.75
Indirect: 301
Water use Cubic meters/ton of production 7.3 7.6
Solid waste Pounds per ton production sent to landfill 24.2 23
Air emissions Metric tons CO2-e Direct: 223,000i
Indirect: 544,000
Direct: 387,000
Indirect: 460,000
Packaging reduction Pounds, thousands 4,720 8,310
Environmental noncompliance Number of individual findings 2ii 1iii
Sodium reduction % reduction

Hormel® Canadian bacon: 23

Hormel® Cure 81® retail hams: 14

Hormel® chili with beans: 18

Hormel® Compleats® microwave meals: 16

CHI-CHI’S® and Herdez® branded tortillas: 32

Hormel® Always Tender® marinated meats: 17

Hormel® Canadian bacon: 23

Hormel® Cure 81® retail hams: 14

Hormel® chili with beans: 18

Hormel® Compleats® microwave meals: 16

CHI-CHI’S® and Herdez® branded tortillas: 33

Hormel® Always Tender® marinated meats: 17

TCIR Number of recordable incidents per 100 full-time employees 3.8 3.7
DAFWII Number of cases that involve days away from work per every 100 full-time employees 0.5 0.5
DART Number of injuries or illnesses resulting in days away from work, restricted work activity or job transfer per ever 100 full-time employees 2.6 2.7

iMeasurement has changed from reporting normalized for production numbers to metric tons.

iiTwo non-monetary sanctions were received at the state level. One was administrative in nature for a late compliance report that was promptly resolved. The second action was a negotiated compliance schedule that will result in an upgraded wastewater pretreatment system. The upgrade is scheduled for completion in 2015.

iiiOne Letter of Warning was received at the state level for a late submittal of an annual report.