Triscuit was invented in 1900, patented in 1902, and introduced for sale the following year. At the time, they were made at Niagara Falls, New York along with the related Shredded Wheat. Early packaging and advertisements touted the use of electricity, supplied by the nearby hydroelectric generators, to bake the crackers.
Triscuit introduced a modified version of the 2013 logo.
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