CHICAGO — Supply-chain challenges, including transportation and labor shortages, dampened growth at Mondelez International, Inc. in the company’s third quarter. While cautioning that these challenges are likely to persist and have an impact on fourth-quarter results, Mondelez still raised net sales guidance for 2021 and held its net income outlook steady.

Net income at Mondelez in the three months ended Sept. 30 was $1.25 billion, or 90¢ per share on the common stock, up 15% from $1.12 billion, or 78¢ per share, a year earlier. Sales were $7.18 billion, up 8% from $6.67 billion.

“We delivered strong revenue and earnings growth in the third quarter with broad strength across both developed and emerging markets,” said Dirk Van de Put, chairman and chief executive officer. “Demand for our categories and brands remains vibrant and volume growth is solid as we implement pricing to reflect higher inflation. We expect elevated…

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