The Dutch company Naamloze Vennootschap Margarine Unie (English: Margarine Union Limited) grew in the 1920s through mergers of several margarine companies, among which Centra and Schicht and above all the companies of Antonius Johannes Jurgens and Samuel van den Bergh. Formed in 1927 in Rotterdam, it operated until 1930 when it merged with a British company, Lever Brothers, to form the multinational Unilever.
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