What happened to Keebler cookies?

What happened to Keebler cookies?

On April 1, 2019, Kellogg announced that it was selling Keebler cookies and other related brands to Ferrero SpA for $1.3 billion. The acquisition is a part of Ferrero’s strategy to buy brands which have been neglected within broader food companies’ portfolios.

What are jingles cookies?

What Are Jingles? Jingles are shortbread cookies flavored with pure anise extract and a touch of nutmeg. They used to show up in stores around November, sprinkled with red and green for the season!

What company made jingles cookies?

Kelloggs Keebler
Kelloggs Keebler Jingles Cookies, 11 oz.

Did Keebler go out of business?

BATTLE CREEK, Mich., July 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Kellogg Company (NYSE: K) announced today that it has closed the sale of Keebler cookies and other selected businesses to the Ferrero Group and its related companies.

Is Keebler still in business?

“We really started the minute we closed on the sale of the business, taking this beloved, iconic 150-year-old master brand Keebler and really reinvigorating it and bringing it to life,” Natalie Hagstrom, general manager of cookies at Ferrara, told Food Business News.

Who makes Salerno butter cookies?

Salerno’s new parent is Parmalat, a $6 billion-plus, Italy-based food and dairy giant that has been an active acquirer. Salerno, founded in 1933 as Salerno-Megowen Biscuit Co., for a long spell was an aggressive independent and a household name with consumers.

Does Kellogg’s still own Keebler?

Kellogg Co. plans to sell part of its North America snacking business, including the Keebler brand, to Ferrero Group for $1.3 billion.

Is Keebler part of Nabisco?

Today, Keebler sells about one of every four cookies or crackers consumed in the country. Still, it remains second to Nabisco Holdings Corp., which makes Oreo, Chips Ahoy, Newtons and Ritz crackers.