First made by Borden, it was spun off independently in 1999. The company was acquired in 2003 by Berwind Corporation, a privately held investment firm which also owns WellPet and the National Pen Company.
While Elmer's Glue-All uses a bull as a mascot, it does not in fact contain any animal products. The glue is based on an emulsion of polyvinyl acetate, derived from petrochemical sources. However, previous glues produced by Borden, such as the 1932 Casco Glue (Borden's first non-food product) were based on casein, a protein found in milk.
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