The J M Smucker Company  (SJM)
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SJM Sales vs. its Competitors Q3 2022

Comparing the results to its competitors, The J M Smucker reported Total Revenue increase in the 3 quarter 2022 by 7.57 % year on year.
The revenue growth was below The J M Smucker's competitors average revenue growth of 10.85 %, recorded in the same quarter.

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With net margin of 8.67 % company achieved higher profitability than its competitors.

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Net Income Comparison

The J M Smucker Company Net Income in 3 quarter 2022 declined year on year by -7.23 %, faster than the decline experianced by the competitors of -4.87 %.

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The J M Smucker's Comment on Competitors and Industry Peers

Within consumer foods and beverages, we are the branded market leader in the coffee, peanut butter, fruit spreads, shortening, sweetened condensed milk, ice cream toppings, and natural beverage categories in the U.S. Within pet food and pet snacks, we are the branded market leader in the dog snacks category in the U.S. In Canada, we are the branded market leader in the flour, pickles, canned milk, fruit spreads, shortening, and ice cream toppings categories. Our business is highly competitive as all of our brands compete for retail shelf space with other branded products as well as private label products.

In order to remain competitive, companies in the food industry need to consider emerging consumer preferences, technological advances, product and packaging innovations, and the continued growth of alternative store formats, including warehouse clubs, convenience stores, and e-commerce. The primary ways in which products and brands are distinguished are brand recognition, product quality, price, packaging, new product introductions, nutritional value, convenience, advertising, promotion, and the ability to identify and satisfy consumer preferences. Positive factors pertaining to our competitive position include well-recognized brands, high-quality products, consumer trust, experienced brand and category management, a single national grocery broker in the U.S., varied product offerings, product innovation, good customer service, and an integrated distribution network.

The packaged foods industry has been challenged recently by a general decline in sales volume in the center of the store. Certain evolving consumer trends have contributed to the decline, such as a heightened focus on health and wellness, an increased desire for fresh foods, and the growing impact of social media and e-commerce on consumer behavior. To address these dynamics, we continue to focus on innovation with an increased emphasis on products that satisfy evolving consumer trends.
In addition, private label has grown in recent years due to general economic uncertainty, improvements in private label quality, and the increased emphasis of store brands by retailers in an effort to cultivate customer loyalty. In the pet food and pet snacks categories, private label penetration has declined below levels seen in consumer food and beverage categories. We believe that both private label and leading brands play an important role in the food categories in which we compete, appealing to different consumer segments. We closely monitor the price gap or price premium between our brands and private label brands, with the view that value is about more than price and the expectation that #1 brands will continue to be an integral part of consumers’ shopping baskets.

In the U.S. Retail Coffee segment, the Folgers brand competes in the highly competitive U.S. packaged roast and ground coffee market with other retail coffee brands such as Maxwell House, Yuban, and Chock full o’Nuts. We participate in the premium coffee market through sales of Dunkin’ Donuts retail packaged coffee products, as well as with the Folgers Gourmet Selections® and Millstone® brands. Competitors include other brands such as Starbucks, Gevalia, Eight O’Clock, Seattle’s Best, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, and McCafe. Through a manufacturing and distribution agreement with Keurig, we compete in the single serve coffee market with the Folgers, Folgers Gourmet Selections, Millstone, and Café Bustelo® premium coffees K-Cup® pods. Additionally, under a new, multi-year agreement, at the beginning of fiscal 2016 we began selling Dunkin’ Donuts K-Cup® pods to grocery chains, mass merchandisers, club stores, drug stores, dollar stores, home improvement stores, and online retailers. K-Cup competing brands include Green Mountain, Starbucks, Eight O’Clock, Maxwell House, and Gevalia, as well as many private label brands. We participate in the espresso coffee category with the Café Bustelo and Café Pilon® brands.
In the U.S. Retail Consumer Foods segment, the Jif brand has been the leader in the peanut butter category for over 20 years, competing primarily with Skippy, Peter Pan, and many private label brands. Our natural peanut butter business, sold under the Jif, Smucker’s, Adam’s®, and Laura Scudder’s® brands, maintains a strong leadership position in the natural peanut butter category. Our fruit spreads brands, primarily Smucker’s, hold the leading position in the fruit spreads category and compete with Welch’s branded line of fruit spreads and many private label brands. The competing brands exist on both a national and a regional level. Besides the brands with which we compete in the peanut butter and fruit spreads categories, our overall spreads business has been impacted by the recent growth of the hazelnut spreads category, primarily the Nutella brand. Crisco has historically been a leader in the shortening and cooking oils categories. Crisco holds the leading branded position in the shortening category and competes with other branded competitors, including Wesson, for the leading branded position in the oils category. The oils category in which Crisco competes is highly competitive with private label competitors, collectively, maintaining the largest share of the category. The Pillsbury brand competes in the dessert baking mixes (“DBM”) category that includes mixes for cakes, cookies, brownies, muffins, and quick breads, as well as ready-to-spread frostings. Within the DBM category, we compete primarily with the market leader, Betty Crocker, as well as Duncan Hines and many private label and regional brands. In the ingredients category, Pillsbury flour competes with the branded market leader, Gold Medal, as well as many private label brands which, collectively, maintain the largest share of the category. Smucker’s Uncrustables is the market leader in the frozen peanut butter sandwiches segment. The Hungry Jack® brand competes in the pancake mix and table syrup categories. We compete with several major national as well as private label brands in this category. We compete in the canned milk category with both branded and nonbranded products. We are the branded market leader in the sweetened condensed milk category with the Eagle Brand® and Magnolia® brands and have significant sales with production of private label brands. In the evaporated milk category, we have a significant presence with our production of private label brands.

In the U.S. Retail Pet Foods segment, our pet products portfolio includes well-recognized national brands such as Meow Mix, Milk-Bone, Kibbles ’n Bits, Natural Balance, 9Lives, and Pup-Peroni, as well as other brand names and private label products. We hold the #1 market share in the dog snacks category (excluding rawhide), the #2 market share in both the dry and wet cat food categories, and the #3 market share in the dry dog food category. We compete with other branded pet food and pet snacks products. In the dry and wet dog food categories, our main competitors are Dog Chow, Beneful, Beyond, Pedigree, Nutro, Iams, Hill’s, and Blue. We compete in the dry and wet cat food categories with Friskies, Fancy Feast, Cat Chow, Sheba, Whiskas, Iams, Hill’s, and Blue. Our main competitors in the dog and cat snacks categories are Beggin’ Strips, Waggin’ Train, Dentastix, and Greenies. In addition, we face competition from smaller branded and private label pet food and pet snacks products.

In the International, Foodservice, and Natural Foods segment, our products are distributed domestically and in foreign countries and compete with various brands within retail, foodservice, and natural foods markets. In our foodservice hot beverage business, Folgers and Douwe Egberts compete in the liquid and roast and ground coffee categories. In the liquid category, Nescafe is a key competitor, along with a variety of branded and private label competitors. In the roast and ground category, private label has a significant presence, and several national and regional brands are also competitors. In our foodservice portion control business, Smucker’s competes in the fruit spreads category with Heinz and many private label brands. In Canada, Robin Hood® and Five Roses® are the market leaders in the flour category, competing primarily with private label brands. In the Canadian retail coffee market, Folgers competes with the market leader, Maxwell House, as well as several other branded competitors and some private label brands. In our natural foods business, R. W. Knudsen Family® is the branded market leader in the natural shelf stable juice category, competing primarily with Lakewood and many private label brands. Santa Cruz Organic® competes in several natural food and beverage categories with national and regional brands, as well as private label. Within the grains products category, truRoots® is a leading organic quinoa brand, competing primarily with Ancient Harvest. We also compete in the 75 countries to which we export our products. The majority of our export sales are to the Latin America markets.


Overall company Market Share Q3 2022

Revenue in Overall company grew by 7.57 %, less than The J M Smucker Company peers within this division.
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*Market share is calculated based on total revenue.

SJM's vs. Competition, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)

(in millions of $)
(in millions of $)
(in millions of $)
The J M Smucker Company SJM 16,600.08 8,169.00 573.00 7,300
Campbell Soup Co CPB 17,178 8,901.00 793.00 14,500
General Mills Inc. GIS 53,179 19,170.50 2,920.10 35,000
Hershey Co HSY 49,691 9,403.54 1,485.44 16,140
Kellogg Company K 25,270 14,543.00 1,436.00 31,000
Conagra Brands Inc. CAG 18,644 12,286.70 575.00 16,500
Hormel Foods Corporation HRL 26,181 13,452.41 1,059.58 18,900
Archer daniels midland Co ADM 52,021 98,707.00 4,138.00 38,100
Mccormick and Co Inc MKC 23,143 6,385.10 693.70 13,000
Sysco Corporation SYY 42,826 68,040.47 1,162.12 57,000
Procter and Gamble Co PG 378,845 80,461.00 14,630.00 99,000
Pepsico Inc PEP 255,822 86,625.00 8,680.00 291,000
Tyson Foods Inc TSN 23,181 48,560.00 3,941.00 139,500
Mondel z International Inc MDLZ 92,200 30,459.00 3,147.00 79,000
Life On Earth Inc LFER 0 0.00 -4.48 0
Bab Inc BABB 6 3.26 0.42 17
B and g Foods inc BGS 854 2,079.53 -19.10 2,003
Chase General Corp CSGN 0 3.06 -0.02 19
Farmer Brothers Co FARM 99 467.59 -19.26 1,634
Flowers Foods Inc FLO 6,240 4,186.77 175.06 10,900
Ingredion Incorporated INGR 6,600 7,714.00 455.00 1,100
Kraft Heinz Co KHC 49,544 25,813.00 1,226.00 37,000
J and j Snack Foods Corp JJSF 3,017 1,380.66 47.24 2,300
Lancaster Colony Corporation LANC 5,550 1,709.87 96.52 2,700
Nightfood Holdings Inc NGTF 15 0.43 -1.78 0
Nate s Food Co NHMD 1 0.00 -0.28 4
Performance Food Group Company PFGC 9,266 47,248.80 140.20 13,000
Post Holdings Inc. POST 5,691 6,273.90 738.20 8,700
Pilgrim s Pride Corporation PPC 5,966 17,379.78 938.05 29,100
The Hain Celestial Group Inc HAIN 1,593 1,876.24 65.39 6,307
Ricebran Technologies RIBT 6 39.04 -11.58 264
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Inc RMCF 38 32.18 -4.87 300
Seneca Foods Corporation SENEB 498 1,492.73 60.59 0
Bridgford Foods Corporation BRID 108,740 258.87 36.41 507
Treehouse Foods Inc THS 2,647 4,379.50 -152.00 5,880
Tootsie Roll Industries Inc TR 3,115 665.17 70.60 0
Zivo Bioscience Inc ZIVO 25 0.00 -9.62 2
Chs Inc CHSCP 0 47,791.67 1,677.90 0
Trident Brands Incorporated TDNT 0 0.21 -0.49 1
Landec Corporation LNDC 259 363.42 -160.79 522
Mannatech Incorporated MTEX 42 142.37 4.61 290
Natural Alternatives International Inc NAII 46 175.75 8.51 177
Dupont De Nemours Inc DD 34,878 14,184.00 1,905.00 34,250
The Simply Good Foods Company SMPL 3,837 1,168.68 108.57 150
SUBTOTAL 1,323,352.98 691,994.18 52,603.61 1,013,067

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