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  3. Shreddies - Wikipedia

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    Manufacture. In Canada, production began in 1939 at Lewis Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ontario. Shreddies were produced under the Nabisco name until the brand in Canada was purchased in 1993 by Post Cereals, whose parent company in 1995 became Kraft General Foods, which sold Post to Ralcorp in 2008 and is now Post Foods Canada Corp., a unit of Post Holdings, which was spun off from Ralcorp in 2012.

  4. List of Mondelez International brands - Wikipedia

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    The Kraft frozen pizza division is now part of Nestle D.S.D. (direct store delivery). Touch of Butter: Butter: North America 1995 Sold to Nabisco Brands, Inc. Nabisco's butter business was sold to ConAgra Foods in 1999. It is now discontinued. Trolli U.S. Confectionery: North America 2000 2005 Sold to Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company

  5. Nabisco - Wikipedia

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    In 2000, Philip Morris Companies Inc. acquired Nabisco and merged it with Kraft Foods in one of the largest mergers in the food industry. In 2011, Kraft Foods announced that it was splitting into a grocery company and a snack food company. Nabisco became part of the snack-food business, which took the name Mondelēz International. [8]

  6. Cheese Nips - Wikipedia

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    View history Cheese Nips (originally stylized as " Cheese-Nips ") were a small cheese-flavored cracker [1] manufactured by Mondelez International under its brand, Nabisco, they were originally used to compete against Sunshine Biscuit's (now Kellogg's) Cheez-It crackers. They were the world's leading cracker.

  7. In a Biskit - Wikipedia

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    In Australia, Nabisco also produced Vegemite, bacon and nacho flavoured "biskits", as well as more traditional flavours such as barbecue, crispy potato and salt and vinegar. In a Biskit crackers were packaged in a 175–200 gram box or a "Multi-pack" containing 10 bags of 25 grams each.

  8. Nutter Butter - Wikipedia

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    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