Operator: Good morning and welcome to today's ConAgra Foods' Fourth Quarter Earnings Conference Call. This program is being recorded. My name is Jessica Morgan and I'll be your conference facilitator. All audience lines are currently in a listen-only mode. However, our speakers will address your questions at the end of the presentation during the formal question-and-answer session.
At this time, I'd like to introduce your host for today's program, Gary Rodkin, Chief Executive Officer of ConAgra Foods. Please go ahead, Mr. Rodkin.
Gary Rodkin - CEO: Good morning. Welcome to our fourth quarter earnings call. Thanks for joining us today. I'm Gary Rodkin and I'm here with John Gehring, our CFO and Chris Klinefelter, VP of Investor Relations.
This morning we'll talk about our fiscal 2012 fourth quarter performance and our outlook for fiscal 2013 and then we'll open up the call for your questions. At that point, Andre Hawaux, President of Consumer Foods and Paul Maass, President of Commercial foods will join us.
Before we get started, Chris will say a few opening remarks.
Chris Klinefelter - VP, IR: Good morning. During today's remarks, we will make some forward-looking statements, and while we're making those statements in good faith and are confident about our Company's direction, we do not have any guarantee about the results that we will achieve. So if you would like to learn more about the risks and factors that could influence and affect our business, I'll refer you to the documents we file with the SEC, which include cautionary language.
Also, we'll be discussing some non-GAAP financial measures during the call today, and the reconciliations of those measures to the most directly comparable measures for Regulation G compliance can be found in either the earnings press release, the question-and-answer document or on our website under the Financial Reports and Filings link and then choosing non-GAAP Reconciliations.
For Regulation G purposes, I will clarify that we reported a loss of $0.21 per share for the fiscal fourth quarter. The loss is due to the year-end expense associated with the pension accounting change. After adjusting for items impacting comparability, fiscal fourth quarter earnings per share were $0.51, that's an increase of 9% of our comparable year ago amount. I'll also remind our listeners that the associated question-and-answer document, which is filed as an exhibit on our Form 8-K and on our website has commentary, explanatory details and financial tables intended to clarify the pension accounting change discussed in today's release. This will assist with any changes to historical models.
I will touch on this topic very briefly now and let John offer more detail in his comments, and then we'll also refer you to the supplemental information for help with financial models and other housekeeping related aspects. In a nutshell, we adopted changes in pension accounting to provide a clearer picture of the underlying operating results for our business. These changes impact current and prior periods.