A US-based publicly traded company manufacturing frozen dough products.
One of the plants producing General Mills’ Pillsbury brand products is Shalgal (Food), a Pillsbury bakery that is located in the Atarot industrial zone in the occupied West Bank. Shalgal is a large company of 200 employees, which is privately owned by Avraham Elbaz and Maimon Ben David.
The company exports kosher products internationally from this plant.
The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:GIS)
CEO: Jeffrey L. Harmening
Major shareholders: Blackrock Inc. (7.19%), Vanguard Group, Inc. (6.83%), State Street Corporation(6.34%) and Invesco Ltd. (2.77%)
General Mills Israel’s shareholders include: General Mills (U.S.) and Bodan Holdings.
General Mills operates in Israel through its subsidiary General Mills Israel (formerly Pillsbury).
In addition to Pillsbury, company brands include: Betty Crocker, Big G cereals, Bisquick, Bugles, Cascadian Farm, Cheerios, Chex, Cinnamon Toast, Crunch, Diablitos Underwood, Fiber One, Food Should Taste Good, Frescarini, Fruit Snacks, Gardetto’s, Gold Medal, Good Earth, Green Giant, Häagen-Dazs, Hamburger Helper, Jus-Rol, Kix, Knack & Back, La Salteña, Lärabar, Latina, Liberté, Lucky Charms, Macaroni Grill, Monsters, Mountain High, Muir Glen, Nature Valley, Old El Paso, Pillsbury Atta, Progresso, Total, Totino’s / Jeno’s, Trix, V.Pearl, Wanchai Ferry, Wheaties, Yoki, Yoplait, Yoplait France.
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