List of Food Manufacturing Companies

List of the top food manufacturing companies in the world, listed by their prominence with corporate logos when available. This list of major food manufacturing companies includes the largest and most profitable food manufacturing businesses, corporations, agencies, vendors and firms in the world. If you are wondering what the biggest food manufacturing companies are, then this list has you covered. This list includes the most famous food manufacturing companies in the industry, so if you're thinking of working in the food manufacturing industry you might want to look to these company names for jobs. This list includes names of both small and big food manufacturing businesses.

List below includes Kraft Foods, Campbell Soup Company and more companies.

This list answers the questions, "What are the biggest food manufacturing companies in the world?" and "What are the most successful food manufacturing companies?"

  • Ainsleys
    Food Manufacturing, Bakery, Fast food
    Ainsleys is one of the UK's premier family bakeries and has been tantalizing the tastebuds of diners for over 60 years. Over thirty Yorkshire retail stores serve freshly baked breads, cakes, sandwiches and savouries to over 100,000 customers a week. Our Food Service business specialises in Breads and Morning Goods, Puddings, Cakes and Frozen/Chilled Desserts with clients in the multiple retail and catering markets.
  • Altria
    Tobacco, Food Manufacturing
    Altria Group, Inc. is one of the world's largest tobacco corporations. It is an American multinational corporation based in Henrico County, Virginia, United States of America; it is the parent company of Philip Morris USA, John Middleton, Inc., U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, Inc., Philip Morris Capital Corporation, and Chateau Ste. Michelle Wine Estates. Philip Morris International was spun off in 2008. In addition, Altria Group, Inc. has a 28.7% economic and voting interest in one of the world's largest brewing companies, UK based SABMiller plc, where it has 3 seats on the 11-person board of directors. It is a component of the S&P 500 and was a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average until February 19, 2008. The company has its headquarters in an unincorporated area within Henrico County, less than five miles west of the city limits of Richmond and less than ten miles from its downtown Richmond buildings. On January 27, 2003, Philip Morris Companies Inc. changed its name to Altria Group, Inc. On March 30, 2007, a spin out of Kraft Foods subsidiary was concluded through distribution of the remaining stake of shares to Altria shareholders.
  • B&G Foods Holdings Corp.
    Food Manufacturing
  • Born Feinkost

    Born Feinkost

    Food Manufacturing
    Born Feinkost GmbH is a food company from Erfurt, Germany. It is mainly known for its mustard, which is traditionally served accompanying Thüringer Bratwurst.
  • ConAgra Foods
    Food Manufacturing, Food processing
    ConAgra Foods, Inc. is an American packaged foods company headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. ConAgra makes and sells products under various brand names that are available in supermarkets, as well as restaurants and food service establishments.
  • Cowgirl Creamery
    Food Manufacturing, Cheese Manufacturing, Specialty Food Stores
    Cowgirl Creamery is a company located in Point Reyes Station, California, which manufactures artisanal cheeses. Founded in 1994, the company both manufactures its own cheeses and sells other imported and domestic cheese. The company operates storefronts in the Ferry Building of San Francisco and in the Penn Quarter neighborhood of Washington, D.C. until the end of 2013. Smith worked for years in the kitchen at Chez Panisse, and the restaurant is among many Bay Area establishments to incorporate Cowgirl cheeses into its menu. Cowgirl Creamery was referenced in an episode of the popular TV sitcom "Will & Grace" in the scene where "Will" is trying to ease the mind of "Jack" in suspicions of a drunken rendezvous with each other. Cowgirl crafts their own cheeses using organic milk from the neighboring Straus Family Creamery. Mt. Tam, a triple-cream similar to Explorateur, and Red Hawk, a triple-cream, washed rind, unctuous cheese, are the more well known of their aged cheeses, but the company also makes Pierce Point, St. Pat, and Devil's Gulch on a seasonal basis. Only two of their aged cheeses are in a slightly different format.