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1898–1914 1914–1947 1947–1958 1966–1991; 1970–2016 (Japan) 1991–present
1898–1914 1914–1947 1947–1958 1966–1991; 1970–2016 (Japan) 1991–present

Nabisco (originally an abbreviation of National Biscuit Company) is a brand of cookies and snacks. Headquartered in East Hanover, New Jersey, the company is a subsidiary of Mondelez International.

National Biscuit Company


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The octagonal shape of the early Nabisco logo was taken from a Uneeda Biscuit, the company's first flagship product. The "IN-ER SEAL" was a reference to the sealed sleeves that held the crackers, innovative for the time.


Not to be confused with NBC.

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The Nabisco logo moved to the top left corner of its packages in 1958. The words "NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY" regularly appeared beneath the logo throughout the 50s.

1966–1991; 1970–2016 (Japan)

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This logo was used in Japan until 2016.

1991–present; 2016-present (Japan)

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In 1991, Nabisco started to use a modernized logo which the font become more tightened and rounded. This logo is used until 2006 in many Asian countries, which would be replaced by the pre-2012 Kraft Foods logo until 2013. 

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