The food products manufactured by Nabisco include Oreo cookies, Honey Maid graham crackers, and Triscuit snack crackers. It is also the manufacturer of Ginger Snaps, Teddy Grahams, and Barnum’s Animals. In addition to Easy Cheese processed cheese, Toblerone and Sour Patch Kids chocolates, and Halls cough suppressant pills are also available. Other products include Certs breath mints and Bubblicious gum.
Chips Ahoy cookies, Ritz crackers, and Cheese Nips snacks are all manufactured by Nabisco. It manufactures Trident and Dentyne chewing gum, Wheat Thins crackers, Mallomars, and Swedish fish candy. Nabisco also produces Kraft Handi-Snacks, Nutter Butter cookies, and Stoned Wheat Thins wheat crackers.
Mondelez International, Nabisco’s parent firm, is significantly less well-known than Nabisco itself. Nabisco’s goods are manufactured in a 1,800,000-square-foot facility in Chicago, Illinois, which employs 1,500 people and is the largest bakery in the world. Each year, more than 320 million pounds of snacks leave the factory.
The company’s origins date back to 1792, when a Massachusetts company known as Pearson & Sons began producing a biscuit known as pilot bread that was suitable for long maritime voyages. Nearly a century later, William Moore purchased the bakery and renamed it the New York Biscuit Company. In 1901, the company began producing sugar wafers under the brand name Nabisco.