2011 US Food

Financial Strength Rankings using Artificial Intelligence

Top rated4 of 16
Best rating281 %
Worst rating49.4 %
New companies13
Negative Economic Capital Ratio

Keurig Green Mountain INC climbed -2 positions from 1 to 3 due to its excellent Liabilities, Long Term.Hershey Co lost 12 positions from 3 to 15 due to its bad Liabilities, Long Term.Lancaster Colony Corp entered the 2011 ranking at rank 1, making it the best newcomer.The biggest company by assets, Mondelez International Inc, is only ranked at place 13 whereas the smallest company, Lancaster Colony Corp, is financially stronger at rank 1.

Revenues173 B
Assets198 B
Expenses162 B
Stockholders Equity90.7 B
Unprofitable Companies
RankCompanySealRating ValueTrend
1Lancaster Colony Corp280.51%0.0
2KELLANOVA217.16%0.0
3Keurig Green Mountain INC212.19%-2.0
4Tootsie Roll Industries INC194.58%0.0
5Dean Foods Co192.27%0.0
6Tyson Foods INC191.93%0.0
7Ingredion Inc188.55%0.0
8Hillshire Brands Co162.91%0.0
9Mccormick Co INC102.78%0.0
10Conagra Brands INC86.49%0.0
11Treehouse Foods Inc79.91%0.0
12Ralcorp Holdings INC Mo79.48%0.0
13Mondelez International Inc74.41%-11.0
14General Mills INC73.31%0.0
15Hershey Co61.53%-12.0
16Kraft Heinz Foods Co49.38%0.0
RankCompanySealRating ValueTrend

Feature Distribution Plot

The Feature Distribution shows the main industry variables and the distribution of their impact on financial strength. The more important a variable, the broader the distribution. As the effects are calculated relative to the industry average, half of the companies have a positive effect (green) and half have a negative effect (red).


Regression Plot

The Regression Plot compares the forecasted company valuation with the observed stock market values. A positive correlation suggests that the model effectively explains market prices.


Feature Importance

The Feature Importance Graph highlights the most important industry features for the industry. These variables have the greatest impact on financial health, shown as the last variable at the bottom of the causal graph.


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