Where is Quaker Oats Corporate office Headquarters

Quaker Oats Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 555 West Monroe Street
    Chicago, IL 60661
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 312-821-1000
  • Fax Number: 312-222-7653
  • Email: support@quakeroats.com
  • Number of Employees: 11858
  • Established: September 4, 1877
  • Founder: Henry Parsons Crowell
  • Key People: Robbert Rietbroek

Quaker Oats Headquarters Location & Directions

Quaker Oats Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Robbert E. Rietbroek

Senior VP & GM of Quaker Foods North America

Marianne O’ Shea Ph.D.

Senior Director of R&D Nutrition

About Quaker Oats, History and Headquarters Information

Quaker oats does world wide marketing for food and beverages. They are best known for Oats. The headquarters of Quaker Oats is situated in Chicago. It was founded in 1877 as Quaker Mills by Henry PArsons Crowell.Though the company primarily manufacture breakfast cereals, during the second world was they also did the artillery manufacturing through Comhusker Ordance plant. The industrialisation of the company began in the early 20th century beginning with its launch in Ontario, Canada.

            The company manufactures a variety of brands namely granola, corn bran, instant oat  meal, puffed rice, puffed wheat, bumpers, shredded wheat, vitaman, etc.Apart from cereals, they also sell breakfast foods namely oatmeal, syrups and mixes, and cookies. Their snacks like rice snacks, soy crisps, mini delights and yogurt bars are popular among mutiple nationalities. Apart from food they also manufacture beverages namely tropicana fruit juice, mil chillers and refreshing drinks.

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  • Connie says:

    Served my husband some Quick Oats this morning. Box was purchased from Sam’s Club last week. When he was eating the cereal, he found a piece of plastic in the cereal. It was part of a circular object and about 2 1/2 centimeters long.

     
  • Rod says:

    Simply Granola, very good with minor thought: the raisins are too hard, like rocks. You need to do something to soften them or replace with Craisins which tend to be softer.
    PS We enjoy many of your products!

     
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