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General Mills Change in Organic Revenue %

: -6.00% (As of May. 2021)
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Organic revenue is revenue generated from within a company that is a direct result of the firm's existing operations. Change in Organic Revenue % provides management and investors with the level of revenue change that was generated from the sale of a company's products and services.

General Mills's Change in Organic Revenue % for the quarter that ended in May. 2021 was -6.00% , which is lower than 7.00% for the pervious quarter ended in Feb. 2021.

General Mills's Change in Organic Revenue % for the annual that ended in May. 2021 was 4.00% , which is the same as 4.00% for the pervious year ended in May. 2020.


General Mills Change in Organic Revenue % Historical Data

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General Mills  (NYSE:GIS) Change in Organic Revenue % Explanation

Organic revenue is the product of the internal processes of a company and are generated solely within the firm minus cost of goods sold (COGS). It’s similar to the gross income. Organic revenue provides management and investors with the level of revenue that was generated from the sale of a company's products and services.

If the change in organic revenue is positive, then the company generates increases in organic revenue, which is typically referred to as organic growth. Once an acquisition is fully integrated into a company's existing operations, sales from the acquired unit or business would then be counted as organic sales.

Organic revenue is important because it doesn't include taxes and other one-off items that may skew a company's profit in a given year. The changing of the organic revenue also reflects the company’s core business profitability is increasing, especially when an acquisition happened. It is a more reliable index than gross income at that time because the performance of newly acquired businesses may change in the future.


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