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The National Biscuit Company was founded in 1889 by William Moore and the mergers of 8 bakeries in New York City, New York. Its industry is food processing and its headquarters is in East Hanover, New Jersey. It merged with Standard Brands, Inc. in 1981. It merged with the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in 1985. The ready-to-eat cold cereals were acquired by Kraft Foods in 1993. In 2000, Nabisco was acquired by Philip Morris Companies, Inc. and merged it with Kraft Foods. In 2012, its parent changed to Mondelēz International.

ACQUISITIONS

COMPANY NAMES

  • New York Biscuit Company (1889-1898)
  • National Biscuit Company (1898-1971)
  • Nabisco, Inc. (1971-1981)
  • Nabisco Brands, Inc. (1981-1985)
  • RJR Nabisco, Inc. (1985-1999)
  • Nabisco Holdings Corporation (1999-present)

PRODUCTS

  • "Adora" Sugar Wafers
  • "Athena" Sugar Wafers
  • "Festino" Sugar Wafers
  • "Harlequin" Sugar Wafers
  • "Kennedy's Oysterettes"
  • "Nabisco" Sugar Wafers
  • "Premium" Saltine Crackers (1898-present)
  • "Ramona" Sugar Wafers
  • "Ritz" Crackers (1934-present)
  • Shredded Wheat (1928-present)
  • "Uneeda" Biscuits

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