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  2. NABISCO | Mondelēz International Foodservice

    NABISCO Entertainment Assorted Crackers 4/40OZ. Buy Now. NABISCO TOASTED CHIPS - VEGGIE SINGLE SERVE 60/1.75OZ. Buy Now. NABISCO Graham Cracker Crumbs 1/25LB. Buy Now. NABISCO Graham Cracker Crumbs 2/5LB. Buy Now. NABISCO Graham Crackers 3CT 150/.75 OZ.

  3. Nabisco | American company | Britannica

    Better known as Nabisco, it went on to introduce a number of popular consumer brands such as Oreo cookies (1912) and Ritz crackers (1934). After being acquired by R.J. Reynolds in 1985 and becoming part of RJR Nabisco, Nabisco was sold in 2000 to Philip Morris Companies (renamed Altria Group, Inc.), which was the parent company of Kraft Foods. Nabisco’s brands were thereafter marketed by Kraft.

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  5. Nabisco - Wikipedia

    Nabisco ( / nəˈbɪskoʊ /, abbreviated from the earlier name National Biscuit Company) is an American manufacturer of cookies and snacks headquartered in East Hanover, New Jersey. The company is a subsidiary of Illinois -based Mondelēz International. [2]

  6. Nabisco Brands History and Timeline - ThoughtCo

    In 1898, the New York Biscuit Company and the American Biscuit and Manufacturing Company merged over 100 bakeries into the National Biscuit Company, later called Nabisco. Founders Adolphus Green and William Moore, orchestrated the merger and the company quickly rose to first place in the manufacturing and marketing of cookies and crackers in America.

  7. Our Brands | Mondelēz International, Inc.

    Our brands are as diverse and rich in heritage as the more than 150 countries in which we market our products. Types 5 Star 7Days Alpen Gold Barni belVita Bournvita Cadbury Cadbury Dairy Milk Chips Ahoy! Clorets Club Social Côte d'Or Daim Enjoy Life Foods Freia Halls Honey Maid Hu Kinh Do Lacta LU Marabou Maynards Bassett's Milka Oreo

  8. Nabisco factory in New Jersey closing after 63 years

    The Nabisco factory in Fair Lawn, NJ, closed on July 16, 2021, after 63 years. Christopher Sadowski Friday was the last day for residents of a New Jersey town to smell the sweet aroma of freshly...

  9. Nabisco Workers End Weekslong Strike After Reaching New ...

    A weekslong strike by Nabisco employees in five states ended on Saturday, as their union announced that its members had overwhelmingly approved a four-year contract with the parent company of the...

  10. Nabisco Products: Cookies, Crackers, & Snacks in Bulk

    Additionally, their production facility in Chicago is one of the largest bakeries in the world and produces a wide range of well-known snacks, including Oreos, Ritz Crackers, and Wheat Thins. Read more. Whether you’re searching for snack packs for your office break room or saltine crackers to provide with orders of soup at your restaurant, Nabisco manufactures all the crackers and snacks you need.

  11. Nutter Butter - Wikipedia

    Nutter Butter is an American sandwich cookie brand, first introduced in 1969 and currently owned by Nabisco, which is a subsidiary of Mondelez International. It is claimed to be the best-selling U.S. peanut butter sandwich cookie, with around a billion estimated to be eaten every year. Brand history