What Companies Does Unilever Own 【In 2022】 – DATAROMA

Unilever PLC is a British company founded in 1929. Currently, it is a multinational giant, a consumer goods company. Unilever owns over 400 companies that are divided into 3 to 4 categories that are: Foods and refreshments, beauty and personal care, detergents and cleaning products, and home care. In 2020, it was recorded that Unilever made a revenue of 50.72 billion EUR. As of 2019, Unilever is valued at 4.16 billion U.S dollars. 

Companies owned by Unilever:

CompanyIndustry
BangoFood and Refreshments
Ben & Jerry’sFood and Refreshments
Hellmann’sFood and Refreshments
KnorrFood and Refreshments
MagnumFood and Refreshments
The Vegetarian ButcherFood and Refreshments
Wall’sFood and Refreshments
AxeBeauty & Personal Care
DoveBeauty & Personal Care
LifebuoyBeauty & Personal Care
LuxBeauty & Personal Care
RexonaBeauty & Personal Care
SunsilkBeauty & Personal Care
VaselineBeauty & Personal Care
CifHome care
ComfortHome care
DomestosHome care
OMOHome care
Seventh GenerationHome care
EquilibraVitamins, Minerals & Supplements
Liquid I.VVitamins, Minerals & Supplements
OLLYVitamins, Minerals & Supplements
OnnitVitamins, Minerals & Supplements
SmartyPantsVitamins, Minerals & Supplements

 

Top 20 Companies owned by Unilever:

1. Bango

Bango is a company from Indonesia that produces and manufactures sweet soy sauce. It was founded in 1928 and was acquired by Unilever in 2001.

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2. Ben & Jerry’s

Founded in 1978, Ben & Jerry’s is ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbet manufacturer in America. It joined Unilever in 2000.

3. Hellmann’s

In 2000, Hellmann’s came under the ownership of Unilever as a condiments manufacturing company.

4. Knorr

Originally from Germany, Knorr became part of the Anglo-Dutch company Unilever in 2000 selling dehydrated soup mixes and more.

5. Magnum

A Belgian ice-cream brand, advertised via its popular Belgian chocolate. It is sold via a division of Unilever.

6. The Vegetarian Butcher

Started by a meat farmer in 2007, it now sells in 17 countries. Unilever acquired it in 2018.

7. Wall’s

Wall’s is a company known mostly in Europe and Asia as a frozen dessert seller under its parent company, Unilever. 

8. Axe

Also known as Lynx, is owned by Unilever and is known for its manufacturing of male grooming products. 

9. Dove

Owned by Unilever, Dove is an American brand selling personal care products. In 2021, its net worth was around $5.1 billion

10. Lifebuoy

A well-known soap manufacturer, it is a Unilever product but under its Singapore division. 

11. Lux

Produced under Unilever Pakistan, the beauty soap is valued at 1011.69 Cr.

12. Rexona

It was originally an Australian company founded in 1908 but was bought by Unilever in 1989.

13. Sunsilk

Unilever launched Sunsilk in1974 as a multinational haircare brand.

14. Vaseline

The formula was introduced in the 1860s in New York and in 1987, its manufacturing company was bought by Unilever.

15. Cif

It is a home care brand under Hindustan Unilever that was launched in 1969.

16. Comfort

This fabric conditioning brand was launched by British Unilever in 1969.

17. Domestos

Originally introduced 92 years ago, it operates under its parent company, Unilever. 

18. OMO

It is Unilever’s biggest detergent brand and is now marketed by Unilever.

19. Seventh Generation

Known for producing and selling natural foods, the company was established in 1988 and was taken by Unilever in 2016.

20. Equilibra

In 2018, Unilever announced their acquisition of Italian personal care brand Equilibra with 75% stakes in the business. 

FAQ’s

How many companies are owned by Unilever?

Unilever owns more than 400 brands and companies.

Is Unilever bigger than P&G?

According to the market cap, P&G is bigger than Unilever. 

Is Dove Unilever?

Dove and Sunsilk are some of the brands that come under Unilever. 

Is Unilever the biggest company in the world?

The biggest consumer brands are Maggi, Colgate, and Coca-Cola.

Who is the CEO of Unilever?

The current CEO is Alan Jope.