Mondelez International Inc

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Novgorod region
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Omsk region
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Rostov region
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Tomsk Oblast
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Tula region
Tver region
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Vladimir region
Volgograd region
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Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug
Yaroslavl region
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Mondelez International Inc


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T: +1 8555355648

Public company (NYSE: KFT)

Contact: Ms Irene Rosenfeld, CEO

International producer of chocolate, biscuits and crackers, chewing gum, candies, coffee and instant beverages. Mondelēz International has a portfolio of snack brands and food products of former Kraft Foods Inc. (after separation of the NA food production business).

Romeo Lacerda
Romeo Lacerda, Head of Russian division of Mondelez International
"There are many opportunities in Russia. This a large country with significant middle class presence. On the one hand, the country has mature cities. On the other hand, there is the emerging market. In Russia, growth rates are higher than in Europe. I am very happy to have an opportunity to work here."
Company in the World
The company is a global leader in the "Biscuits", "Chocolate", "Candies" and "Instant Beverages" categories, and is in second place in the "chewing gum" and "coffee" categories.
Company in Russia
History in Russia

1994 – Representative office was opened in Moscow.

15 July 1997 – commissioning of plant in Pokrov by Stollwerck, whose Russian operations were acquired by Kraft Foods Rus in 2002.

July 1997 – commissioning of chocolate plant in Chudovo.

1999 – commissioning of chewing gum plant in the Nizhny Novgorod region.

2000 – dried coffee plant opened near St.Petersburg.

2008 – full cycle production launched at the plant near St.Petersburg.

2009 – plant in Sobinka was opened.

2013 – 100 years anniversary of Yubileynoye brand.

2014 – Mondelez plans to invest $110 million in the construction of a plant in the Novosibirsk region. The company intends to produce biscuits, cakes and chocolate in the Siberian region to be supplied not only to Russian regions, but also to Kazakhstan and Mongolia.

2014 – Mondelēz International announces establishment of R&D center at Bolshevik factory in Sobinka, Vladimir region.

Plants in Russia
Dried coffee plant near St. Petersburg - Carte Noire, Jacobs and Maxwell House
Chocolate plant in Pokrov, Vladimir region - The plant produces chocolate under Alpen Gold, Vozdushny, Milka brands which are popular in Russia.
Cake factory in Sobinka, Vladimir region - Yubileynoye biscuits, Barney Bear, TUC, Alpen Gold Chocolife, Prichuda, Shokobarokko
Chewing gum plant in Veliky Novgorod - The plant produces Dirol, Dirol SENSES and Stimorol chewing gum
Chocolate plant in Chudovo, Novgorod region