One Strawberry Lane
Orrville, Ohio 44667
The J. M. Smucker Company's fiscal year begins May 1 and ends April 30.
SJM - New York Stock Exchange
You can view and print the annual report or proxy statement in the Annual Report / Proxy Statement section. A printed copy of the report(s) can also be obtained by requesting one through the Information Request service.
The J. M. Smucker Company's Corporate Responsibility Report is now available in the Online Investor Kit. We encourage you to direct all Corporate Responsibility Report inquiries and comments to us via email at email@example.com.
Quarterly filings can be viewed and printed in the SEC Filings section.
The Company's annual meeting is typically held in mid-August.
The Company's CUSIP number is 832696405.
The Board of Directors are listed in the Corporate Governance section.
Ernst & Young LLP
The analysts who routinely cover the Company are listed in the Analyst Coverage section. You may contact any of the analysts listed to obtain a report on the Company.
The Company currently maintains only SJM (common) shares. From September 30, 1991 until August 29, 2000, the Company maintained Class A common shares (SJM.A) and Class B common shares (SJM.B). Effective August 29, 2000, SJM.A and SJM.B were converted to SJM shares.
Stock Split History:
11/09/59 First sold to public (Over the Counter)
10/20/65 First sold on NYSE 3/1 split
05/02/83 2/1 split
11/18/85 2/1 split
05/18/90 2/1 split
09/30/91 Class B distribution (one B common share distributed for every A common share held). To determine the cost basis of shares after the Class B distribution, first compute the basis of Class A shares prior to the distribution. 48.7885% of this basis should be allocated to Class A. While the remaining 51.2115% being allocated to Class B.
08/29/00 Class A common shares and Class B common shares combined into new class titled Common Shares (SJM).
06/01/02 Smucker Common Shares held on May 31, 2002, ("old" Smucker shares) were converted into new Smucker shares at a rate of .9451 new shares for every old share held. Additionally, Procter & Gamble shareholders as of 5/29/02 received 1 new Smucker share for every 50 Procter & Gamble shares of stock held related to the Jif and Crisco transaction. If you are a registered shareholder and have not converted your old Smucker shares into new Smucker shares, please contact Computershare at 800-456- 1169.
Computershare Investor Services is the transfer agent for the Company and their contact information is as follows:
For regular delivery:
P.O. BOX 30170
College Station, TX 77842-3170
For overnight delivery:
211 Quality Circle, Suite 210
College Station, TX 77845
Phone outside of U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico: 312-360-5254
If you are a street-name holder (shares held in the name of a brokerage, bank, trust, or other nominee), please contact your representative at your financial institution.
If you are a registered shareholder, please contact our transfer agent, Computershare Investor Services, above, for questions pertaining to:
For other questions, you may also contact The J. M. Smucker Company's Shareholder Services department by calling (330) 684-3838, submitting your inquiry through the Information Request form, or writing to:
The J. M. Smucker Company
Orrville, OH 44667
Yes. Computershare offers a service on their website called "Investor Centre." To register your account and become a member of Investor Centre or to obtain additional information, click on the link below to access the Investor Centre page located on Computershare's website. Once you are a member of Investor Centre, you will have the ability to view your account balance, buy and sell shares online, update your address information, and much more. If you have additional questions about Investor Centre, you may speak with a Computershare representative at (800) 456-1169. Click Here to access the Investor Centre
Yes. The program, called "Computershare Investment Plan", is sponsored and administered by Computershare Trust Company, Inc. Information regarding this program can be accessed by clicking on the Computershare link below. The website includes a plan brochure and enrollment form, as well as a list of fees associated with the program. Please call Computershare at (800) 456-1169 for questions relating to the program. Click Here to access Computershare Investment Plan.
If you are a registered shareholder (Smucker shares are held through Computershare Investor Services) and, you need to obtain a form to complete any of the following transactions, please click the link below to obtain the information you need from Computershare’s website.
You have a question relating to any of the following items, please contact Computershare at 800-456-1169, for assistance.
The Company has issued dividends consistently each year since 1960. Dividends are paid on a quarterly basis, and historically, have been paid in March, June, September and December. For more information, you can go to the Stock Trading and Dividend Information section.
All Smucker common shares owned as of November 6, 2008, are entitled to ten votes per share on specific matters detailed in the Company's Amended Articles of Incorporation. For shares purchased on or after November 6, 2008, or for which a change in beneficial ownership has taken place after November 6, 2008, each share is entitled to one vote per share until four years have passed. After four years, if there has been no change in beneficial ownership during that time, each share is entitled to ten votes per share on specific matters detailed in the Company's Amended Articles of Incorporation. The Amended Articles of Incorporation are located in the Corporate Governance section.
On November 6, 2008, the Company completed a merger transaction with The Folgers Coffee Company ("Folgers"), a subsidiary of The Procter & Gamble Company ("P&G").
The exchange period expired at midnight on November 5, 2008, and the transaction closed on November 6, 2008.
You should receive 1.6342 Smucker common shares for each P&G common share that was accepted in the tender offer. Any fractional shares will be paid out in cash.
P&G established the proration factor for the shares tendered. Odd-lot shareholders were not subject to the proration.
In June 2004, The J. M. Smucker Company acquired International Multifoods Corporation. In this acquisition, the Company added Pillsbury® baking mixes and ready-to-spread frostings; Hungry Jack® pancake mixes and syrups; and Martha White® baking mixes and ingredients in the U.S., along with Robin Hood® flour and baking mixes and Bick's® pickles and condiments in Canada.