Act II is a brand of popcorn in the United States and Canada that is based on the look and taste of movie theatre popcorn. It is made and distributed by ConAgra Foods. ...more on Wikipedia about "Act II"
Andy Capp's is a brand of flavoured corn and potato snack made to look like french fries. It is made and distributed by ConAgra Foods. The product was created in 1971 and licensed the name and likeness of the comic strip character Andy Capp, and until recent years, the strip was featured on the back of packages. It was originally made by Goodmark Foods, which was acquired by ConAgra Foods in 1998. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andy Capp's fries"
Armour and Company was an American slaughterhouse and meatpacking company founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1867 by the Armour brothers led by Philip Danforth Armour ( 1832– 1901). By 1880 the company was Chicago's most important business and helped make the city and its Union Stock Yards the center of the American meatpacking industry. ...more on Wikipedia about "Armour and Company"
Banquet Foods was a company that sold food products - primarily frozen chicken - and still exists as the brand name on many prepared chicken products sold by ConAgra Foods. Banquet was founded in 1966 through the merger of Bright Foods of Turlock, California and FM Stamper of St. Louis, Missouri. In 1970, the company was purchased by RCA, which in turn sold it to ConAgra in 1980. ...more on Wikipedia about "Banquet Foods"
Big Mama Sausage and Tijuana Mama are brand names of smoked snack sausages, originally owned by Goodmark Foods, but acquired by ConAgra in 1998 when they purchased Goodmark. ...more on Wikipedia about "Big Mama Sausage"
Blue Bonnet is a brand of margarine and other bread spreads and baking fats, owned by ConAgra Foods. ...more on Wikipedia about "Blue Bonnet (brand)"
Butterball is a brand of turkey and other poultry products produced by ConAgra Foods, Inc. The brand has existed for over fifty years and has been the top-selling brand of turkey in the United States for over forty years. Contrary to popular belief Butterball does not inject their turkeys with butter. The Butterball name comes from the breed of turkey they use which is white with large breasts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Butterball"
Hector Boiardi (b. Piacenza, Italy, October 22, 1897; d. Parma, Ohio, June 1985), better known as "Chef Boyardee" was an Italian-born chef who became famous for his eponymous franchise of food products. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chef Boyardee"
ConAgra Foods, Inc. is one of North America's largest packaged foods companies. ConAgra's products are available in supermarkets, as well as restaurants and food service establishments. ...more on Wikipedia about "ConAgra Foods, Inc."
Cook's Ham is a brand of ConAgra Foods, Inc., used to sell smoked and prepared ham. It was founded as Cook Family Foods in 1983, and was an independent firm until acquired by ConAgra in October 1988. Cook's ham is produced at facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska, Grayson, Kentucky and Kansas City, Missouri. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cook's Ham"
County Line is a brand of cheese owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc. and marketed primarily to delicatessens. It was founded in 1920 by Fred Marolf, Sr. in Indiana and remained private until it was acquired by ConAgra in 1990. ...more on Wikipedia about "County Line (brand)"
Dennison's is a brand of canned chili sold by ConAgra Foods, Inc. The Dennison's label appears on beanless chilis, as well as vegetarian, turkey and reduced fat chilis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dennison's"
Eckrich is a prepared meat brand owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc.. It sells smoked sausages, cold cuts, hot dogs, corn dogs, Vienna sausages, breakfast sausages and bacon under the Eckrich brand name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eckrich"
Egg Beaters is a product sold in the United States by ConAgra Foods as a substitute for whole chicken eggs. It is composed of egg whites separated from their yolks and fortified with vitamins and other nutrients. By eliminating the yolk, Egg Beaters has significantly less food energy than whole eggs as well as no fat or cholesterol. ...more on Wikipedia about "Egg Beaters"
Healthy Choice is the name of a brand of refrigerated and frozen foods owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc. According to ConAgra's official corporate history, it came into being after ConAgra CEO Charles "Mike" Harper suffered a heart attack in 1985. Forced to dramatically alter his diet, he came up with the idea of a line of healthier frozen foods. ...more on Wikipedia about "Healthy Choice"
Hebrew National is a brand of kosher hot dogs and sausages made by ConAgra Foods, Inc.. It was founded in 1905 as Hebrew National Kosher Sausage Factory, Inc. by Jewish Romanian immigrant butcher Isadore Pines (born Pinckowitz). In 1965, Hebrew National came up with the slogan that they've used ever since: We Answer to a Higher Authority - a reference to Jewish dietary laws and a claim to higher quality that was able to appeal to both Jewish and non-Jewish markets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hebrew National"
Hunt's is the name of a brand of preserved tomato products owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc. It was founded as the Hunt Brothers Fruit Packing Company in 1890 in Santa Rosa, California by Joseph and William Hunt. This small canning operation grew rapidly, focused on canning the products of California's booming fruit and vegetable industries. In 1943, Hunt's was taken over by Val Vita Food Products - a competing firm founded in the early 1930s, The merged firm kept the Hunt's name and incorporated as Hunt Foods, Inc. The new management decided to focus the company on canned tomato products, particularly prepared tomato sauce. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hunt's"
Hunt's Snack Pack is a brand of individually packaged single-serving snacks, specifically, shelf-stable pudding and gels. The product line was introduced in 1968. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hunt's Snack Pack"
Kid Cuisine is a brand of pre-packaged frozen dinners for children, marketed by ConAgra Foods, Inc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kid Cuisine"
Knott's Berry Farm is a theme park in Buena Park, California, and a manufacturer of food specialty products (primarily jams and preserves) based in Placentia, California. In addition, Knott's also operates three Soak City USA water parks in Southern California, and was the originator of the Camp Snoopy theme park in Minnesota's Mall of America. The theme park is operated by Cedar Fair L.P., and the food products are now part of ConAgra Foods. Knott's slogan is "America's 1st Theme Park". ...more on Wikipedia about "Knott's Berry Farm"
Manwich is a brand name canned sloppy joe product produced by ConAgra Foods, Inc. and Hunt's introduced in 1969. The can contains seasoned tomato sauce that is added to cooked ground beef in a skillet. It is marketed as a quick and easy one-pan meal for the whole family. ...more on Wikipedia about "Manwich"
Marie Callender's is a chain of about 160 restaurants located in the western United States. The type of cuisine served is mainly American, although many of the dishes are slanted towards styles of preparation that resemble Italian, Mexican, French, Cajun, and Chinese. Several different soups and sandwiches are available, as complete meals or à la carte. The eatery is also known as Marie Callender's Pies, and indeed pies are the signature item on the dessert menu: there are over thirty varieties available. They can be purchased as whole pies to go, or by-the-slice to eat on the premises. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marie Callender's"
Orville Redenbacher's is a brand of popcorn founded by Orville Redenbacher in 1971. It was sold to Hunt-Wesson in 1976, which was bought out by its current owner, ConAgra Foods, in 1990. ...more on Wikipedia about "Orville Redenbacher's"
Peter Pan is a brand of peanut butter produced by ConAgra Foods and named after the J.M. Barrie character. The peanut butter debuted in 1920. It was originally produced by Swift & Company who originally called it E.K Pond. In 1928 they changed the name to "Peter Pan". Peter Pan was originally packaged in a tin can with a turn key and re-closable lid but switched to glass during World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peter Pan (peanut butter)"
Slim Jim is a popular brand of beef snack made by ConAgra Foods, Inc. Known for their "snappy" texture, salty taste, and implausibly silly marketing techniques aimed at teenagers, they have become very popular in the United States. Over 500 million of them are produced each year in over 18 varieties, including original, Tabasco sauce flavored, and a "chopped and formed jerky". ...more on Wikipedia about "Slim Jim" Can you feel it? shortopedia.
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