|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
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.
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)
This logo was used in Japan until 2016.
1991–present; 2016-present (Japan)
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.