THS Treehouse Foods 30.3

TreeHouse Foods, Inc. operates as a food manufacturing company serving the retail grocery and foodservice channels primarily in the United States. It operates in three segments: Pickles, Non-Dairy Powdered Creamer, and Soup and Infant Feeding. The Pickles segment offers whole pickles, sliced pickles, pickle relish, and peppers products in various flavor formulations under the Farman’s, Nalley’s, Peter Piper, and Steinfeld brand names, as well as sauces and syrups under the Bennett’s, Hoffman House and Roddenbery’s, and Northwoods brand names. This segment supplies private label pickles to supermarkets and mass merchandisers, and retail grocers. The Non-Dairy Powdered Creamer segment’s product is primarily used as coffee creamer or whitener. It is also used as an ingredient in baking, beverage, and gravy mixes. This segment offers its product under the Cremora brand name to the retail grocery and foodservice markets, as well as to industrial customer base for repackaging. The Soup and Infant Feeding segment produces condensed and ready-to-serve soups, broths, and gravies, as well as infant cereals, fruits, vegetables, juices, meats, dinners, and desserts. This segment offers infant feeding products under the Nature’s Goodness brand name to customers in grocery, mass merchandising, supermarkets, and foodservice channels. It also manufactures broth and baby foods for other food companies under co-pack agreements. In addition, TreeHouse Foods offers aseptic cheese sauces and puddings, including nondairy liquid creamer, liquid egg substitute, and salad dressings under the Mocha Mix and Second Nature brand names to retail customers. The company was founded in 1862 and is based in Westchester, Illinois.

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