At-A-Glance

Altria Today​
Altria Group is a Fortune 200* company headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. For more than 180 years, Altria's companies have built some of the best-known brands in the world – Marlboro, Copenhagen, Skoal and Black & Mild – that today lead their respective categories. Watch this video to learn how we do business at Altria today.​​​​

Altria Today​
Altria Group is a Fortune 200* company headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. For more than 180 years, Altria's companies have built some of the best-known brands in the world – Marlboro, Copenhagen, Skoal and Black & Mild – that today lead their respective categories. Watch this video to learn how we do business at Altria today.​​​​

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Our Family of Companies    

 

 

             

Altria's companies include some of the most enduring names in American business.
Leading cigarette manufacturer in the U.S. and has been for more than 30 years. Learn More
 
World's leading producer of moist smokeless tobacco. Learn More
 
Leading producer of one of the best-selling large machine-made cigars sold in the U.S. Learn More
 
Develops and markets innovative tobacco products for adult tobacco consumers. 
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Producer of premium wines. In 2015, its wines achieved more than 250 ratings of 90 or better. 
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Our Approach
          
Working to develop and market tobacco products that could be less harmful and talking with the FDA about them.

 
Providing a wider variety of tobacco products for adult consumers as their preferences evolve.

 
Taking a responsible approach that will allow us to continue to be the leader in the tobacco industry.
 
 
Our Focus​
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  • 9,000 employees coast to coast
  • Hundreds of thousands of retailers in all 50 states
  • U.S. farmers who work the fields
  • Adult consumers who choose our products
  • Communities where we live and work.  In 2015,
    • ​We donated $54.7 million in cash and in-kind contributions nationally.
    • Our employees contributed 47,000 hours of community service through volunteer activities.
    • More than 60 executives served on 100 non-profit boards.​
 
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