Fortune just released its annual Fortune 500 list, a ranking of the top companies in the U.S. in terms of total fiscal revenue, and there are 36 Illinois-based companies on this year’s list.

It’s the same number of companies that Illinois had in Fortune’s 2016 list. The state’s top company, Walgreens, jumped two spots on the list from 19 to 17. The drug store giant did $117 billion in revenue last year, up from $103 billion the year before.

There are two newcomers to Illinois’ Fortune 500 club. TreeHouse Foods, the food processing company, clocked in at No. 427, up from No. 686 in 2016. Its revenue nearly doubled in that time, jumping from $3.2 billion to $6.18 billion. Conagra is also new to the Illinois list as it relocated to the state last year.

Falling off the list is Telephone & Data Systems, a telecomunications company that was No. 496 in 2016 but fell to No. 504 this year. Also off the Illinois Fortune 500 list is Baxalta, which was acquired last year by Shire.

Here’s the full 2017 list of Illinois Fortune 500 companies, along with yearly revenue and how many spots they rose or fell from last year.

17. Walgreens Boots Alliance–$117 billion (+2)

24. Boeing–$94 billion (no change)

33. State Farm–$76 billion (+2)

45. Archer Daniels Midland–$62 billion (+4)

74. Caterpillar–$38 billion (-15)

83. United Continental Holdings–$36 billion (-3)

84. Allstate–$36 billion (-3)

89. Exelon–$31 billion (+6)

105. Deere–$26 billion (-8)

109. Mondelez International–$25 billion (-15)

111. AbbVie–$25 billion (+12)

112. McDonald’s–$24 billion (-3)

124. US Foods Holding–$22 billion (-2)

127. Sears Holding–$22 billion (-16)

135. Abbott Laboratories–$20 billion (+3)

197. Conagra Brands–$14 billion (-21)

199. CDW–$13 billion (+21)

202. Illinois Tool Works–$13 billion (+9)

277. Discover Financial Services–$10 billion (+6)

281. Baxter International–$10 billion (+5)

282. W.W. Grainger–$10 billion (+3)

304. LKQ–$9 billion (+65)

322. Tenneco–$8 billion (+12)

337. Navistar International–$8 billion (-56)

338. Univar–$8 billion (-23)

359. Anixter International–$7 billion (+32)

388. R.R. Donnelley & Sons–$6 billion (-133)

391. Jones Lang LaSalle–$6 billion (+45)

392. Dover–$6 billion (-15)

427. TreeHouse Foods–$6 billion (+259)

433. Motorola Solutions–$6 billion (+18)

439. Old Republic International–$5 billion (+3)

450. Packaging Corp. of America–$5 billion (-4)

456. Ingredion–$5 billion (no change)

462. Arthur J. Gallagher–$5 billion (+9)

487. Essendant–$5 billion (-10)