Companies that produce, bottle, market, and distribute alcoholic beverages (including brewers, distillers, and wine makers) and nonalcoholic beverages (including soft drinks, juices, energy, sports, and nutritional drinks in addition to water, and coffee and tea). The industry includes bottling of branded and/or private label beverages.
Companies that bottle and/or package, market, and/or distribute coffee, tea, and related products. The products include branded (licensed from makers) and/or private labels.
Companies that produce, market, bottle, and distribute nonalcoholic beverages including soft drinks, juices, coffee, tea, health, energy, and nutritional drinks, bottled water, and ice.
Companies that process, manufacture, distribute, and market foodstuffs for human consumption. Includes companies that process raw materials of animal or vegetable origin into food products and companies that sell intermediary, processed, or manufactured food products.
Companies that process, manufacture, distribute, and market foodstuffs and beverages for human consumption. The industry includes companies that process raw materials of animal and vegetable origin into food products, wholesalers of manufactured food products, and companies that produce, market, and bottle alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, soft drinks, juices, water, coffee and tea, and other beverages.
Companies that produce, market, and/or distribute coffee, tea, and related products.
Companies that operate large self-service grocery stores that sell a wide range of food products such milk, dairy products, bread, soda, snacks, canned and frozen foods, fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh and prepared meats, fish, and poultry, and other food products, as well as household and personal goods that are consumed regularly; may be part of a chain that owns or controls other supermarkets located in the same or other towns.
Companies that manufacture, market, and/or distribute personal care products (including cosmetics and skin care products, hygienic paper products, perfumes, toiletries, and other personal products).
Companies that import and/or distribute a variety of (three or more) food products. These food products include dairy, diet food products, edible oils, fish and seafood products, fruits and vegetables, grain products, meat products, poultry products, sauces and condiments, snack food, and/or sugar and sweeteners.
Companies that own and operate stores that retail general merchandise such that they are capable of retailing a large variety of goods from a single location or from individual point-of-sale locations (including supermarkets and hypermarkets, warehouse clubs and superstores, department stores, duty free stores, grocery and convenience stores, as well as other general retailers).
Companies that import and/or distribute personal products (including make up, skin care products, hair care products, hair dyes, and other cosmetic and beauty supplies).
Companies that engage in buying goods from manufacturers, producers, or importers, either directly or through wholesalers, and organizing the resale of merchandise to the general public in small quantities. Retailers mainly sell merchandise intended for personal or household consumption, but some sell products for business and institutional clients, retailers may provide after-sales services, such as repair and installation, or process activities supplementary to retailing.
Companies that design, manufacture, market and distribute a variety of consumer goods.