Where is Nabisco Corporate office Headquarters

Nabisco Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 100 Deforest Ave, East Hanover, NJ 07936, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 973-503-2000
  • Fax Number: 973-682-6265
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 26000
  • Established: June 19, 1898
  • Founder: William Moore, Adolphus Green & John G. Zeller
  • Key People: Dirk Van de Put

Nabisco Headquarters Location & Directions

Nabisco Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Dirk Van de Put

CEO

Brian T. Gladden

CFO

Tim Cofer

Chief Operations Officer

About Nabisco, History and Headquarters Information

Nabisco was founded in the year 1898. The company has been active for almost 121 years now. The founders of the company were William Moore, Adolphus Green and John G Zeller. The company had opened its first corporate offices as the National Biscuit Company in the world's first skyscraper, known as the Home Insurance Building in the Chicago Loop, in the year 1898. The headquarters of the company is based in 100 Deforest Avenue. The name of the place is East Hanover, while the name of the state is New Jersey, USA. The pin code is 07936.

Nabisco is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of cookies and snacks, to its customers all around the globe. The company is currently a subsidiary of Mondelez International. The company has a 1800,000 square feet production facility in Chicago, USA and is the largest bakery in the world as well. The company employs more than 1,200 workers and also producing around 320 million pounds of snack foods annually as well. The current CEO of the company is Dirk Van De Put. As of the current date, the number of employees working in the company is more than 26000.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of snacks and cookies, that are manufactured, marketed and sold by the company itself.

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  • Carol says:

    Can’t believe you donated money to a group that openly claims to be Marxist, BLM. Hopefully when more people see the video I just saw documenting who donated, more people will be boycotting your products. No more Nabisco in my house and I will be spreading the word.

     
    • Patriot Jane says:

      Kudos to Carol and I SURELY will be doing the same. Not one non-copper penny of our family funds will be spent to help Marxism, Antifa, Communism, or ANY organization which acts or supports anything to divide this wonderful country. Blood was shed to BUILD her and protect our freedoms.

       
  • Mr. Keith says:

    Bowing to extortion by communist/racist organizations like blm? My money is not going to your efforts to destroy America. Take your products and stick them where the sun don’t shine.

     
  • Jeremy Castro says:

    Can’t believe you donated money to a group who is anti-American. Hope you go out of business.

     
  • Steve Starks says:

    The fact that you say you’re an American company, yet will give hundreds of thousands of dollars to a Communist and Marxist group called BLM is disgusting. Please don’t use America in your bio. Never again will I buy a fucking cookie from your company and will make sure anyone I know will not buy your crap again.

     
  • Richard O'Shea says:

    There is an old recipe for No-Bake Chocolate Pie with Nabisco Vanilla Wafers (Whole) used for the crust
    I can only remember a few ingredients:
    – melted chocolate chips
    – whipped cream
    – topped with crushed walnuts
    Any help with the remainder of the ingredients would be most appreciated

     
  • Jim Szalajeski says:

    I have been looking for several weeks for your Original Nabisco crackers (red box). All the 6 stores around this area have had empty shelves. I live in Folsom, LA. and shop in Covington, LA.

     
  • Norma Morris says:

    I am trying to get some definitive information about your product, Good Thins. Customer Service insists that all Good Thins are being manufactured and are available for distribution. This is contrary to what is available in all supermarkets where the only Good Thin cracker on the shelf for at least 2 months has been the Sea Salt product. Yesterday I found a Nabisco representative in one of our local stores and questioned her about this issue. She told me the entire line of Good Thins is changing with more emphasis on a gluten-free line. Many of the original flavors will be eliminated. Specifically the sweet potato flavor will be gone. This flavor cracker has been the star of the line. People bought multiple boxes at a time because the stores often ran out before the next shipment arrived. Good Thins were the rave of those people who are watching their weight – good taste, large serving size, low in sugars. You are missing a marketing opportunity if you don’t emphasis these points. Never saw one ad for Good Thins. So what can we expect next? I certainly would appreciate a response.

     
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