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1970s [[W. and R. Jacob and Co|W. and R. Jacob]] in Dublin merged with [[Boland's Bakery|Boland's Biscuits]] to form [[Irish Biscuits]], and moved to Tallaght, Ireland.
1970s [[W. and R. Jacob and Co|W. and R. Jacob]] in Dublin merged with [[Boland's Bakery|Boland's Biscuits]] to form [[Irish Biscuits]], and moved to Tallaght, Ireland.


Became a subsidiary of [[Danone]]
2004 [[Danone]] sold its [[Irish Biscuits]] and [[W. and R. Jacob and Co|Jacobs Biscuits]] brands to [[United Biscuits]]<ref>The Times, September 22, 2004</ref>


== See Also ==
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 12:40, 1 February 2020

1970s W. and R. Jacob in Dublin merged with Boland's Biscuits to form Irish Biscuits, and moved to Tallaght, Ireland.

Became a subsidiary of Danone

2004 Danone sold its Irish Biscuits and Jacobs Biscuits brands to United Biscuits[1]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, September 22, 2004