Thread regarding Mondelez International Inc. layoffs

The writing is on the wall

I worked for nestle and we lost our c stores 2-3 years ago. We stopped having meetings about sales targets and focused on safety. The writing was on the wall for years.....they just had a long term plan in place. It just took longer because we had some union guys left they had to get rid of or buy out.

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The issue is dsd, that doesn’t involve c stores! C stores are already warehouse with Mondelez. Not sure what one issue has to do with the other?
Interesting though...Frito, Coke, Pepsi, etc are all dsd at c stores. People seem to want to confuse things by comparing our dsd model to theirs, and we are nothing like it! Their reps are also their drivers for Frito, they only have a handful of stores as a result and they are union. They can’t go warehouse! We aren’t union, reps don’t bid on routes, we don’t deliver product....explain to me how we can be compared? Our retail model is exactly that of Kellogg and nestle. Tell you anything? It should!

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Post ID: @eviw+11zZVZyg

I don't have go convince myself of anything. Tired of all this bs about C store and Acosta being the root of losing dsd. It's not related, we haven't been involved in c store in years. The company is adding heads to c store next year.

Get your facts straight.

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Post ID: @drkb+11zZVZyg

Quit trying to convince yourself! We are warehouse everywhere but the US, and this decision doesn’t belong to Mondelez!
Retailers are pulling the plug! It’s their way or the highway......

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Post ID: @duwq+11zZVZyg

Nestle lost c store because there barely sold anything there. Step up your game nestle.

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Post ID: @dncu+11zZVZyg

That's Nestle though not Mondelez.
Mondelez is committed to dsd.
We're too big to exit dsd.
Nestle is small compared to Mondelez.

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