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  1. Hormel - Wikipedia

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    Hormel Foods Corporation is an American company founded in 1891 in Austin, Minnesota, by George A. Hormel as George A. Hormel & Company.

    • 1891; 129 years ago (as George A. Hormel & Company)
    • Austin, Minnesota, U.S.
    • 20,000 (2019)
    • US$ 9.497 billion (2019)
  2. 1985–86 Hormel strike - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1985–86 Hormel strike was a labor strike that involved approximately 1,500 workers of the Hormel meatpacking plant in Austin, Minnesota in the United States.

    • Unsafe working conditions, Decrease in hourly wages from $10.69 to $8.25
    • Return to $10.69 hourly wage, Improved working conditions
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  4. George A. Hormel - Wikipedia

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    George Albert Hormel (December 4, 1860 – June 5, 1946) was an American entrepreneur, he was the founder of Hormel Foods Corporation (then known as George A. Hormel & Co.) in 1891. His ownership stake in the company made him one of the wealthiest Americans during his lifetime.

  5. Geordie Hormel - Wikipedia

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    Hormel was the son of Jay Catherwood Hormel and grandson of George A. Hormel. In the 1950s and 1960s, Hormel composed music for numerous television shows including The Fugitive, Lassie, Naked City and The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin. He also sang as part of "The Utility Muffin Research Kitchen Chorus" on Frank Zappa's triple album Joe's Garage ...

  6. Spam (food) - Wikipedia

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    Hormel claims that the meaning of the name "is known by only a small circle of former Hormel Foods executives", but popular beliefs are that the name is an abbreviation of "spiced ham". The difficulty of delivering fresh meat to the front during World War II saw Spam become a ubiquitous part of the U.S. soldier's diet.

    • Main course or ingredient
    • Minnesota
  7. Talk:Hormel - Wikipedia

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    Hello, wondering if the image currently on the page labeled Strike at Hormel Packing Plant, Austin, 1933 is appropriate for fair-use and free usage on Wikipedia. Thank you. Hello-Mary-H ( talk ) 21:46, 23 September 2019 (UTC)

  8. Skippy (peanut butter) - Wikipedia

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    Skippy is a brand of peanut butter manufactured in the United States and China. First sold in 1932, Skippy is currently manufactured by Hormel Foods, which bought the brand from Unilever in 2013.

  9. Our History | About | Hormel Foods

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    Inclusion and Diversity Hormel Foods is a Fortune 500 company that manufactures and markets high-quality, brand-name food and meat products globally. While we are over 125 years old, we are just getting started. 1891–1925

  10. Hormel Foods

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    Oct 21, 2020 · We Are Hormel Foods A Fortune 500 company with more than 20,000 team members across the globe, making a difference for our customers, communities and shareholders.

  11. Hormel | Home

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    HORMEL® has a variety of crowd-pleasing solutions for parties or meals for you & your family. Easy, on-the-go snacks or sit-down meals & recipes.