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Darden Restaurants Inc  (DRI)
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Darden Restaurants Inc's Suppliers Performance

DRI's Supply Chain

 
DRI Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Darden Restaurants Inc's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 16.91 % year on year in Q1 2022, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -2.58 %, Darden Restaurants Inc's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.44 % in Q1.

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Darden Restaurants Inc's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 16.91 % year on year in Q1 2022, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -2.58 %, Darden Restaurants Inc recorded increase in cost of sales by 50.72 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.44 % in Q1.

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Darden Restaurants Inc's Comment on Supply Chain


Our ability to ensure a consistent supply of high-quality food and supplies at competitive prices to all of our restaurant brands depends on reliable sources of procurement. Our purchasing staff sources, negotiates and purchases food and supplies from more than 2,000 suppliers whose products originate in more than 30 countries. Suppliers must meet our requirements and strict quality control standards in the development, harvest, catch and production of food products. Competitive bids, long-term contracts and long-term vendor relationships are routinely used to manage availability and cost of products.

We believe that our seafood purchasing capabilities are a significant competitive advantage. Our purchasing staff travels routinely within the United States and internationally to source more than 100 varieties of top-quality seafood at competitive prices. We believe that we have established excellent long-term relationships with key seafood vendors and usually source our product directly from producers (not brokers or middlemen). While the supply of certain seafood species is volatile, we believe we have the ability to identify alternative seafood products and to adjust our menus as necessary.

All other essential food products are available, or can be made available upon short notice, from alternative qualified suppliers. We continue to progress in automating our supply chain allowing our suppliers, logistics partners and distributors to improve optimization with information visibility. Through our subsidiary, Darden Direct Distribution, Inc. ("Darden Direct"), and long-term agreements with our third party national distribution companies we maintain inventory ownership in dedicated environments where practical. Darden Direct further enables our purchasing staff to integrate demand forecasts into long-term agreements driving efficiencies in production economics when we collaborate with vendors. We continue to invest in new technologies to improve restaurant product orders, receiving, invoice approval and inventories across the supply chain. This improves the ability of our logistics infrastructure to replenish restaurants with the right products, at the right price and with just-in-time delivery. Because of the relatively rapid turnover of perishable food products, inventories in the restaurants have a modest aggregate dollar value in relation to sales.

Our supplier diversity initiative, which focuses on women- and minority-owned businesses, is the major driver behind Darden's efforts to bring about diversity awareness and opportunities within our supplier network. We actively support several national minority supplier organizations to ensure that Darden incorporates women- and minority-owned businesses in all of its purchasing decisions.


Darden Restaurants Inc's Comment on Supply Chain


Our ability to ensure a consistent supply of high-quality food and supplies at competitive prices to all of our restaurant brands depends on reliable sources of procurement. Our purchasing staff sources, negotiates and purchases food and supplies from more than 2,000 suppliers whose products originate in more than 30 countries. Suppliers must meet our requirements and strict quality control standards in the development, harvest, catch and production of food products. Competitive bids, long-term contracts and long-term vendor relationships are routinely used to manage availability and cost of products.

We believe that our seafood purchasing capabilities are a significant competitive advantage. Our purchasing staff travels routinely within the United States and internationally to source more than 100 varieties of top-quality seafood at competitive prices. We believe that we have established excellent long-term relationships with key seafood vendors and usually source our product directly from producers (not brokers or middlemen). While the supply of certain seafood species is volatile, we believe we have the ability to identify alternative seafood products and to adjust our menus as necessary.

All other essential food products are available, or can be made available upon short notice, from alternative qualified suppliers. We continue to progress in automating our supply chain allowing our suppliers, logistics partners and distributors to improve optimization with information visibility. Through our subsidiary, Darden Direct Distribution, Inc. ("Darden Direct"), and long-term agreements with our third party national distribution companies we maintain inventory ownership in dedicated environments where practical. Darden Direct further enables our purchasing staff to integrate demand forecasts into long-term agreements driving efficiencies in production economics when we collaborate with vendors. We continue to invest in new technologies to improve restaurant product orders, receiving, invoice approval and inventories across the supply chain. This improves the ability of our logistics infrastructure to replenish restaurants with the right products, at the right price and with just-in-time delivery. Because of the relatively rapid turnover of perishable food products, inventories in the restaurants have a modest aggregate dollar value in relation to sales.

Our supplier diversity initiative, which focuses on women- and minority-owned businesses, is the major driver behind Darden's efforts to bring about diversity awareness and opportunities within our supplier network. We actively support several national minority supplier organizations to ensure that Darden incorporates women- and minority-owned businesses in all of its purchasing decisions.



DRI's Suppliers Net profit fell by DRI's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q1 to
-1.16 % 11.11 %


Darden Restaurants Inc's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q1 2022 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry      8.81 %
Suppliers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry -3.97 %   
Suppliers in Containers & Packaging Industry      24.33 %
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      20.17 %
Suppliers in Paper & Paper Products Industry      14.82 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      11.15 %
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      52.5 %
Suppliers in Alcoholic Beverages Industry      23.49 %
Suppliers in Nonalcoholic Beverages Industry      11.87 %
Suppliers in Agricultural Production Industry      32.97 %
Suppliers in Food Processing Industry      24.29 %
Suppliers in Personal & Household Products Industry      13.23 %
Suppliers in Blank Checks Industry      52317.44 %
Suppliers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry      2.99 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      49.96 %
     
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DRI's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Darden Restaurants Inc 15,512.20 9,306.30 1,039.60 177,000
Anheuser busch Inbev Sa 110,482.37 54,304.00 6,114.00 0
Bemis Co Inc 5,239.24 4,063.90 238.50 19,100
Coca Cola Co 274,055.30 40,126.00 10,342.00 86,200
Coca-cola Enterprises, Inc. 12,193.92 8,212.00 667.00 11,650
Mccormick and Co Inc 23,802.65 6,358.80 748.40 13,000
Pepsico Inc 231,295.48 80,854.00 10,229.00 291,000
Sealed Air Corp 8,882.54 5,684.30 545.90 16,500
UST Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Campbell Soup Co 14,580.56 8,448.00 949.00 14,500
Sara Lee Corporation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Ecolab Inc 45,378.63 13,114.80 1,122.20 50,200
PEPSI BOTTLING GROUP, INC. 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
General Mills Inc 43,310.79 18,625.20 2,309.10 35,000
Illinois Tool Works Inc 58,767.46 14,850.00 2,685.00 44,000
O i Glass Inc 2,364.50 6,549.00 385.00 21,100
International Paper Company 16,227.86 22,244.00 2,007.00 51,000
Brown forman Corporation 38,971.82 5,081.00 838.00 0
The Clorox Company 17,189.45 7,108.00 467.00 8,800
Keurig Dr Pepper Inc 51,126.07 12,859.00 2,405.00 0
Kellogg Company 24,162.30 14,269.00 1,548.00 31,000
Kraft Foods Group, Inc. 0.00 31,893.00 2,715.00 22,100
Conagra Brands Inc 16,418.83 11,817.10 1,040.40 16,500
Mondel z International Inc 87,560.41 29,246.00 4,207.00 79,000
Sysco Corporation 43,878.35 65,815.78 999.87 57,000
Matthews International Corp 920.12 1,750.78 -22.05 10,300
Nimtech Corp 181.20 0.00 -0.03 1
Neuroone Medical Technologies Corporation 10.70 0.07 -5.86 0
Lsi Industries Inc 164.57 424.67 10.05 1,292
Craft Brew Alliance Inc 325.13 178.70 -7.14 820
Molson Coors Beverage Company 12,107.50 12,837.10 1,088.00 17,000
Mendocino Brewing Co Inc 0.00 0.00 0.00 12
Willamette Valley Vineyards Inc 30.68 32.26 2.69 94
Crimson Wine Group Ltd 163.97 71.67 3.89 169
Constellation Brands Inc 40,845.62 9,529.10 1.00 9,000
Eastside Distilling Inc 10.68 12.39 -4.48 0
Eastside Distilling, Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 16
Vodka Brands Corp 0.00 0.00 0.00 1
Vodka Brands Corp 0.00 0.00 0.00 1
Pacific Ventures Group Inc. 0.55 45.12 -5.48 1
Castle Brands Inc 211.15 95.37 8.42 51
The Boston Beer Company Inc 4,197.87 2,003.74 63.65 1,429
Truett-hurst, Inc. 1.56 22.99 -2.45 43
Mgp Ingredients Inc 2,096.88 713.63 112.91 293
Newage Inc 49.17 411.83 -17.23 0
Curative Biosciences, Inc. 5.68 0.00 0.36 1
Celsius Holdings Inc 5,253.97 397.62 10.03 1
Coca cola Consolidated Inc 5,205.85 5,697.22 229.61 7,600
China Ginseng Holdings Inc 0.00 0.00 0.00 86
Satusa Corp 0.00 0.05 0.02 1
Fbec Worldwide Inc. 0.33 0.00 -1.49 1
National Beverage Corp 4.52 1,114.90 163.30 1,200
Life On Earth Inc 0.00 0.00 -4.48 0
Jammin Java Corp. 0.00 0.00 0.00 12
Jones Soda Co 23.32 16.46 -2.76 26
Konared Corp 0.02 2.74 -13.50 5
Monster Beverage Corporation 50,704.53 5,541.35 1,377.48 2,422
Mojo Organics Inc. 2.26 1.89 -0.11 2
Pulse Beverage Corp 0.05 1.46 -5.10 26
Reed s Inc. 13.63 49.47 -11.20 36
Rocky Mountain High Brands Inc 0.03 0.88 0.00 11
Smartag International, Inc. 9.83 0.12 -0.44 3
Charlies Holdings Inc 2.67 25.21 25.65 13
Bab Inc 5.74 3.09 0.38 17
Farmer Brothers Co 83.95 449.06 -15.86 1,634
Kraft Heinz Co 47,496.13 25,693.00 1,237.00 37,000
Medifast Inc 2,209.82 1,603.02 164.75 425
Mamamancini s Holdings Inc. 49.16 52.28 3.54 500
Performance Food Group Company 7,435.20 45,608.50 67.90 13,000
Pilgrim s Pride Corporation 7,721.10 15,744.43 211.36 29,100
Inventure Foods, Inc. 79.06 191.77 -66.82 1,100
Future Fintech Group Inc. 29.49 28.51 -15.93 0
Atlas Technology International, Inc. 0.00 6.23 -10.75 5
Treehouse Foods Inc 2,293.38 4,411.30 -17.00 5,880
Cal maine Foods Inc 2,416.98 1,532.89 7.50 3,277
Natural Shrimp Incorporated 98.06 0.00 -40.69 4
Pingtan Marine Enterprise Ltd. 0.00 164.08 -2.39 1,650
Clearwater Paper Corporation 564.26 1,834.90 34.70 3,300
Sugarmade Inc. 2.76 4.82 -10.04 21
Graphic Packaging Holding Co 6,291.60 7,752.00 261.00 13,000
Packaging Corp Of America 13,260.30 8,059.50 928.80 15,500
Sonoco Products Company 5,616.59 6,008.12 -39.40 20,000
Mannatech Incorporated 35.25 153.83 7.78 290
Landec Corporation 319.58 451.19 -63.63 522
Natural Alternatives International Inc 60.47 162.83 10.57 177
Dupont De Nemours Inc 30,082.99 15,951.00 1,625.00 34,250
Nutraceutical International Corp 386.97 239.53 14.29 810
Stepan Company 2,365.35 2,483.50 142.09 2,073
Aptargroup inc 6,890.52 3,295.40 222.07 12,700
Berry Global Group Inc 7,809.13 14,692.00 748.00 21,000
Fuling Global Inc 0.00 151.11 14.92 1,129
Tupperware Brands Corporation 362.18 1,490.10 -26.80 13,000
Greif Inc 1,695.64 6,300.60 373.60 0
Innerworkings Inc 157.98 1,093.91 -15.53 1,600
Tredegar Corporation 355.49 999.02 52.89 2,800
Alarm com Holdings Inc 3,534.24 781.91 45.53 784
Cornerstone Ondemand Inc 3,813.31 830.04 -27.04 1,891
Egain Corporation 332.61 88.70 1.16 479
Everbridge Inc 1,279.89 386.60 -92.08 581
Instructure Holdings Inc 3,160.14 450.49 -73.30 1,140
Liveperson Inc 1,180.40 491.93 -41.77 981
Right On Brands Inc 2,468.42 0.63 0.00 1
Healthstream Inc 657.31 258.61 6.45 955
Numerex Corp 75.24 66.68 -21.15 157
George Risk Industries Inc 56.35 20.43 6.62 175
Diageo Plc 127,960.00 26,848.00 2,799.00 0
SUBTOTAL 1,539,125.62 699,337.17 63,962.38 1,162,527
       
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