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Yum! (based on total company sales and franchise sales and employees)

$34 billion

1 million+

KFC, Taco Bell Pizza Hut, A&W

100+

McDonald's

$47 billion

1.6 million

Has Owned: Chipotle Boston Market,

118

(based on total company sales and franchise sales and employees)

Donatos Pizzeria

Kraft (based on net revenues)

$37 billion

104,000

Nabisco, Oscar Mayer, Post Cereal

155

Nestlé (based on total sales)

$90 billion

276,050

Nescafe, Hot Pockets, Crunch, Kit Kat

Almost world-wide

PepsiCo (based on total sales)

$98 billion

185,000

Pepsi, Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Tropicana

200

Source: Company Annual Reports and Web Sites

In Figure 2, we show the percentages of international sales compared to total sales for the companies since 2000. All of the corporations have a strong global presence, with international sales close to or over 40 percent of their totals for 2007. (International is defined as everything but the United States for all the companies except Nestlé, where it is everything but Europe.) Nestlé’s international sales went down slightly due to the strength of their performance in Europe, but total sales have increased. McDonald’s has consistently high figures since 2000. The global share for McDonald’s would be even higher if we could include the total sales of international franchise units and not just the corporate licensing revenues. For Kraft and PepsiCo as well, their total sales would be much higher than their net revenues.

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Countries

Main Brands

Table 1: Profiles of Leading Food Transnationals, 2007

Companies

Global Sales

Employees

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