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Con Agra

Oct 19, 2014

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ConAgra

ConAgra

ConAgra Profile

ConAgra Satellite Tour

ConAgra Historical Timeline

ConAgra StructureConsumer foodsInternational foodsFood & Ingredients segmentTrading & Merchandising segment

ConAgra Brands

Consumer Foods

International Foods

Food & Ingredients

Trading & Merchandising

Operating Principles

ConAgra Must Dos1. Rewire ... to unleash a better way 2. Attack cost structure and enhance margins ... to fund growth 3. Optimize the portfolio ... to drive return on investment 4. Innovate ... to achieve sustainable growth 5. Exceed customer and consumer expectations ... to deliver the promise 6. Nourish our people ... to build an inclusive and winning culture

1. Rewire ... to unleash a better way

2. Attack cost structure and enhance margins ... to fund growth

3. Optimize the portfolio ... to drive return on investment

4. Innovate ... to achieve sustainable growth

5. Exceed customer and consumer expectations ... to deliver the promise

6. Nourish our people ... to build an inclusive and winning culture

Strategic ObjectivesMore marketing and innovation investmentFocusing on Profitable ProductsCost reduction supply chain & administrative functionsDivert non-core operations

SWOT Analysis

StrengthsStrong presenceTrustworthy relations with local communities

WeaknessesMissing out on emerging marketsOver reliance on North AmericaWeak Brand AppealRising Price of IngredientsPoor Performance on Environmental Protection

Weaknesses 1-2

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, , , , The price of corn -- used to feed chickens, starch foods, sweeten sodas and help fill the gas tank in the form of ethanol -- has nearly doubled in one year 1 The price of fuel -- which is used in transporting the food and fills most Americans' gas tanks -- is up about 24 percent. 24% the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics during the first quarter of this year, ranging from a 4.7 percent increase for cereal and baked goods to 19.3 percent increases for fruits and vegetables. 4.7%~ 19.3%The government reported an overall consumer price index increase of 4.7 percent, compared with just 2.5 percent in 2006. Food and fuel were the drivers. 4.7%

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ConAgra scored a six out of 100 in "The Climate Counts Company Scorecard Report." ~ 6 ..a 2006 CERES report titled "Corporate Governance and Climate Change: Making the Connection," ConAgra scored a total of 4 points out of 100. ~ 100 4 ..

OpportunitiesEmerging CitiesDevelopment of Healthy ProductsBio-Fuel

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ThreatsChanging Consumers PreferenceCost StructureSale & Margin DeclineA Double-Edged Sword: AcquisitionFood SafetyConcerns over Environmental Hormone

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5 22006.1 microwave popcorn bags, known as perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA)2007. 2. Peanut Butter -

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ProspectsRestructuringGo GlobalBe YoungClear Corporate IdentityBio Disel

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