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Quaker The Quaker Oats Company was founded in 1901 with the merger of three oat milling operations in the Mid-Western United States. Since then, the company has expanded operations to include a number of grocery sectors. In addition to hot and cold breakfast cereals, their products include Quaker Oats, Quaker Rice Cakes, Chewy Granola Bars, Rice-A-Roni rice dishes and Aunt Jemima syrups and frozen producs.

In August 2001, Quaker merged with PepsiCo, Inc. Today, PepsiCo, along with it's Quaker Division, markets more than 500 products to over 200 countries.

King Vitaman
Cereal Spotlight:
King Vitaman Cereal
Introduced in 1970
In development, this product was called King Vitamin. The name was changed when a federal regulatory agency disallowed the use of the name "vitamin" for a product that wasn't a vitamin. The second to last letter was changed to an "a" and King Vitaman was named... Read More

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