Eagle Brand

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Eagle Family Foods Incorporated and its brands/products were acquired by The J.M. Smucker Company in May 2007.

The company's name is derived from the product created by Gail Borden and sold under Borden, Inc., from 1856 to 1997. The company was created in 1997 by employees of Borden Milk Products, which sold its condensed milk line.

As part of the 2007 acquisition, sales of Eagle Brand products in Canada transitioned to The Smucker Company's Canadian subsidiary, Smucker Foods of Canada.

Eagle Family Foods has made several acquisitions and changes to their product line:

  • Mott's acquired the Realemon and Realime brands from Eagle.[1] - 2001
  • Cremora and Cremora Royale creamers sold to Dean Foods [2] - 2003

Products[edit]

  • Eagle Brand Condensed Milk
  • Eagle Brand Low Fat Condensed Milk
  • Eagle Brand Signature Premium Dessert Kits
  • Borden Eggnog
  • Kava neutralized coffee [3]
  • None Such mincemeat[4]

Facilities[edit]

  • El Paso, Texas - evaporated and condensed milk
  • Seneca, Missouri - evaporated and condensed milk

Closed facilities

These facilities produced Eagle Brand products under Borden Milk:

  • Ingersoll, Ontario - Ingersoll Dairy originally supplied Borden's Eagle Brand Condensed Milk
  • Toronto, Ontario - supplied Borden's Eagle Brand Condensed Milk in Ontario
  • Montreal, Quebec - supplied Borden's Eagle Brand Condensed Milk in Canada
  • Chester, South Carolina - supplied Cremora and Cremora Royale worldwide (except South Africa)

Rivals[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mott's acquires Realemon, reallime
  2. ^ Dean Specialty Foods Group, LLC
  3. ^ Kava Coffee website
  4. ^ None Such website
  5. ^ Photo of a Highlander can

External links[edit]

Official website