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  2. List of Mondelez International brands - Wikipedia

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    List of Mondelez International brands Add languages Article Talk Read Edit View history This list of Mondelez International brands (formerly Kraft Foods Inc.) includes brand-name products that are developed, owned, licensed, or distributed by Mondelez International. The company's core businesses are snack foods and confectionery.

  3. Mondelez International - Wikipedia

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    Mondelez International, Inc. ( / ˌmoʊndəˈliːz / MOHN-də-LEEZ ), [3] styled as Mondelēz International, is an American multinational confectionery, food, holding and beverage and snack food company based in Chicago. [4] Mondelez has an annual revenue of about $26 billion and operates in approximately 160 countries. [5]

  4. Mark Clouse - Wikipedia

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    Since January 22, 2019, he has been the president and CEO of Campbell Soup Company. Prior to that, he was the CEO of Pinnacle Foods from May 2016 through its acquisition by Conagra in late October 2018. He had previously spent two decades at Kraft Foods and its successor Mondelez International, where he held a variety of leadership positions.

  5. Category:Mondelez International brands - Wikipedia

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    Tang (drink mix) Tangy Fruits. Tatranky. Teddy Grahams. Terry's. Terry's All Gold. Terry's Chocolate Orange. Time Out (chocolate bar) Toblerone.

  6. Oreo boycott - Wikipedia

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    (Redirected from Oreo Boycott) Oreo boycott (also known as the Nabisco boycott and Mondelez boycott) is a boycott of the Oreo cookie and other Nabisco -manufactured products, including Chips Ahoy! and Cheese Nips. The boycott was prompted by the Mondelez company's decision to close its American factories and move production to Mexico. [1]

  7. JDE Peet's - Wikipedia

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    The company has its origins in De Witte Os, a general grocery shop that Egbert Douwes established in 1753 in Joure, Frisia, the Netherlands. In 1780, the company was transferred to his eldest son Douwe Egberts. It developed into a company dealing in coffee, tea, and tobacco.

  8. Descartes Systems Group - Wikipedia

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    The company operates the Global Logistics Network, an extensive electronic messaging system used by freight companies, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, customs brokers, government agencies, and other interested parties to exchange logistics and customs information.