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ConAgra Foods Corporate Office

ConAgra Foods Corporate Office Address

ConAgra Foods, Inc.
1 ConAgra Dr
Omaha, NE 68102

Contact ConAgra Foods

Phone Number: (402) 240-4000
Fax Number: (402) 595-4709
Website: http://www.conagrafoods.com
Email: Email ConAgra Foods

Executives

CEO: Gary M. Rodkin
CFO: John F. Gehring
COO: Brian L. Keck

ConAgra Foods History

ConAgra was founded in 1919 by Frank Little and Alva Kinney as Nebraska Consolidated Mills (NCM).  The company began in Grand Island, Nebraska but moved to Omaha in 1922.

In 1951, the company established their Duncan Hines brand cake mix.  In 1956, Duncan Hines was sold to Proctor & Gamble.

In 1971, the business name was changed to ConAgra.  The company nearly went bankrupt in the early 1970s.

In 1974, Mike Harper took over as CEO.

In 1980, the company acquired Banquet Foods.  The company expanded quickly into the frozen foods business by purchasing RJR Nabisco and Beatrice Foods.

In 2013, Ralcorp was acquired.

Today, ConAgra is one of the largest packaged food companies in the US.  They own 100s of brands including Chef Boyardee, La Choy, Hunts, Rotel, Healthy Choice, Slim Jim, Swiss Miss, Marie Callendar’s, Bertolli and many more.

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Penny Growcock May 16, 2014 at 2:30 pm

Bring back your chicken and dumpling family dinner. I loved that and miss it

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Thomas Keist May 10, 2014 at 1:36 pm

I would just like to know why all your chef boy ardee products do NOT have pull tops? The smaller cans have the pull tops. There are a lot of homeless people on the streets who enjoy your products to eat right out of the can because of no way to heat it up. However the larger cans need a can opener, an added expense that one might not be able to afford or carry around. Have plastic spoon will travel. It is always better to eat your product hot but sometimes it has to be eaten right out of the can cold, however good just the same. Please put the pull tops on the larger cans,the value in buying the smaller cans compared to a larger can on sale just don’t add up, it costs more to buy the smaller can in the long run. I’m talking all your products, beefaroni,ravioli, spaghettiooooos, etc., etc. Thank you for your time, consideration, and understanding in this matter. I have looked all over for some ravioli in a larger can with a pull top and I just can’t find it.

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Theresa Tarulli April 21, 2014 at 1:39 pm

I bought a can of Reddi-Whip to top off a chocolate pudding pie for Easter dinner and when it was time for dessert I proceeded to top it off with the Reddi-Whip. It came out fine nice and fluffy, but a second later the top of the pie looked like I had put plain milk on it. Never had such an experience and needless to say the pie was very unappealing. I was mortified.

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Humboldt Crabs Baseball February 11, 2014 at 6:09 pm

We’d like to know more about any of your baseball donations programs you have as we are a tobacco free ballpark and a non-profit and would love your input on ways to encourage our collegiate players to discard their tobacco products and replace them with bags of David Seeds in our dugouts.

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Martha Anne Zim January 20, 2014 at 10:57 am

I am retired from Ralcorp and my 401K has been transferred to ConAgra. I have received the written communications regarding obtaining access to my funds via regular mail and my address is correct. I have requested a pin reminder numerous times since 1/7 to be sent by email and by mail, to no avail. I spoke with a young woman named Victoria again this morning and followed her instructions to obtain a pin reminder by email. She advised me that I should have an email with instructions within 15 minutes. That time has passed and I still have no email notification. I am becoming extremely flustered with my inability to access my fund information. What further steps would you advise?

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richard massey December 3, 2013 at 1:09 pm

Retirement how much can I draw? When can I draw it

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holly richardson November 17, 2013 at 1:54 pm

I have always been a Swiss Miss fan but recently I had cocoa with an off taste. When I checked the ingredients, I realized the regular (not sugar free) had Sucralose added. I was surprised to see this in a non sugar free product. I was unable to finish the mug of cocoa. I did notice when I bought bulk packets at my local warehouse club and did not see Sucralose on the ingredient list. Now that I am low on the packets I noticed it is now in the packets as well. I was very sad to see this, I don’t buy products with Sucralose and avoid all diet products. Is there a reason for the addition of Sucralose? I won’t be buying Swiss Miss and hopefully other cocoa products have not added this distasteful ingredient. Thank you for your time. Holly Richardson

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Donna Harris November 12, 2013 at 9:21 am

Hello,
My name is Donna Harris and my son is getting married in February in New Hampshire. His fiance is planning to fill mason jars with a cocoa mix and use them for wedding favors as well as table placecards. I was wondering if it is possible to buy Swiss Miss in bulk rather than buy several boxes of the cocoa mix. She has about 100 mason jars to fill. The wedding is scheduled for February 22. Please let me know if this is a possibility. You can email me or call me at 781-249-XXXX.

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