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{{Company|image1 = Https i.forbesimg.com media lists companies ingredion 416x416.jpg|industry = Sweeteners, starches and ingredients|founded = February 7, 1906|founder(s) = Edward T. Bedford|headquarters = *New York City, NY. (1906-1967)
 
{{Company|image1 = Https i.forbesimg.com media lists companies ingredion 416x416.jpg|industry = Sweeteners, starches and ingredients|founded = February 7, 1906|founder(s) = Edward T. Bedford|headquarters = *New York City, NY. (1906-1967)
 
*Englewood Cliffs, NJ. (1967-1997)
 
*Englewood Cliffs, NJ. (1967-1997)
*Westchester, Illinois (1997-present)|image2 = 1467769836321513.jpg|caption2 = Ingredion headquarters in Westchester, IL.}}The '''Corn Products Refining Company '''was founded on February 7, 1906 by E. T. Bedford in New York City, New York following a consolidation of the [[New York Glucose Company]], [[Corn Products Company]] and [[Warner Sugar Refining Company]]. Its industry is sweeteners, starches and ingredients and its headquarters were in New York City, New York (1902-1967), Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (1967-1997) and Chicago (Westchester), Illinois (1997-present).
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*Westchester, Illinois (1997-present)|image2 = 1467769836321513.jpg|caption2 = Ingredion headquarters in Westchester, IL.}}The '''Corn Products Refining Company '''was founded on February 7, 1906 by E. T. Bedford in New York City, New York following a consolidation of the [[New York Glucose Company]], [[Corn Products Company]] and [[Warner Sugar Refining Company]]. Its industry is sweeteners, starches and ingredients and its headquarters were in New York City, New York (1902-1967), Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (1967-1997) and Chicago (Westchester), Illinois (1997-present).
   
 
In 1959, the company merged with [[Best Foods, Inc.]] In 1997, the company spun off its corn refining business, retaining the Corn Products International name, while the remainder of the business was renamed Bestfoods.
 
In 1959, the company merged with [[Best Foods, Inc.]] In 1997, the company spun off its corn refining business, retaining the Corn Products International name, while the remainder of the business was renamed Bestfoods.
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* Karo Corn Syrup
 
* Karo Corn Syrup
 
* Linit Laundry Starch (1922-1973)
 
* Linit Laundry Starch (1922-1973)
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* Mazola Oil (1911-1997)
   
 
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File:Karo.JPG|''The Saturday Evening Post'' (Jan. 15, 1910)
 
File:Karo.JPG|''The Saturday Evening Post'' (Jan. 15, 1910)
 
karo2.JPG|''The Saturday Evening Post'' (Dec. 17, 1910)
 
karo2.JPG|''The Saturday Evening Post'' (Dec. 17, 1910)
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mazola.JPG|''The Ladies' Home Journal'' (January 1921)
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Revision as of 18:02, 10 August 2020

The Corn Products Refining Company was founded on February 7, 1906 by E. T. Bedford in New York City, New York following a consolidation of the New York Glucose Company, Corn Products Company and Warner Sugar Refining Company. Its industry is sweeteners, starches and ingredients and its headquarters were in New York City, New York (1902-1967), Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (1967-1997) and Chicago (Westchester), Illinois (1997-present).

In 1959, the company merged with Best Foods, Inc. In 1997, the company spun off its corn refining business, retaining the Corn Products International name, while the remainder of the business was renamed Bestfoods.

SUBSIDIARIES

COMPANY NAMES

Corn Products Refining Company (1906-1959)

Corn Products Company (1959-1969)

CPC International, Inc. (1969-1998)

Corn Products International, Inc. (1998-2012)

Ingredion, Inc. (2012-present)

PRODUCTS

  • Karo Corn Syrup
  • Linit Laundry Starch (1922-1973)
  • Mazola Oil (1911-1997)

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