Mondelēz International brings powerhouse brands that offer quality, convenience and truly delicious taste to consumers all over the world.
5Star launched in 1969, 5Star is a golden classic with a savory caramel filling covered with hard chocolate. 5Star Crunchy was introduced in 2005 and 5Star Fruit & Nut, was launched in 2008.
Alpen Gold is one of the leading chocolate brands in Russia. Combining premium chocolate with irresistible ingredients like nuts, raisins and liqueur, Alpen Gold satisfies chocolate cravings with a delicious taste. Alpen Gold is available in chocolate bars, boxed chocolates and creamy, mouth-watering pralines.
Markets: Poland, Russia, Ukraine
Barni is a soft biscuit with tasty filling in kid’s favorite bear shape. Product was originally launched in France in 1996 and appeared on the Russian market in 2007. Barni biscuits are made of quality ingredients, with no added preservatives or colorants. They’re approved for kids’ nutrition from the age of 3 years old and can contribute to healthy kid’s snacking if consumed together with fruit and milk product.
Markets: Russia, Ukraine, Poland
Our belVita Breakfast Biscuits are delicious and specially designed for breakfast. These breakfast biscuits provide energy for the whole morning. Try them with a fruit, a yogurt and an hot beverage: a delicious and balanced breakfast.
Markets: Belgium, France, Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States
Bis biscuit wafers were introduced in Brazil in 1942 under the Lacta brand umbrella – and has been a leading brand for many years. Its two traditional flavors are milk chocolate and white chocolate, and newer versions such as MiniBis, Bis Extra and Bis BIG formats are aimed at people on the go.
Bubbaloo was the first bubble gum with a liquid center. The brand made its debut in Central and Latin America in the mid 1980s and now is sold in more than 25 countries and three different continents.
Markets: India, Mexico, Portugal, Spain
Cadbury was founded in 1824 when John Cadbury opened a grocer’s shop at 93 Bull Street, Birmingham, England. Among other things, he sold cocoa and drinking chocolate, which he prepared himself using a pestle and mortar. Now, the brand offers a host of delicious chocolates and drinks, including the Cadbury Egg, Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates, Flake, Wispa, Twirl and Eclairs chocolates, and Cadbury Bourneville drinking chocolate.
Cadbury Creme Egg
The Cadbury Creme Egg has been a seasonal Easter icon worldwide since 1975. More than 300 million are made each year. The Cadbury Creme Egg is available annually from New Year’s Day to Easter Day.
Markets: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States
Cadbury Dairy Milk
Cadbury Dairy Milk is a milk chocolate bar made with fresh liquid milk – a glass and a half for every half pound of chocolate to be precise. It quickly became the market leader in the UK after it was launched in the early 1900s. Dairy Milk bars are now enjoyed in 33 countries and available in more than 23 varieties, like Fruit & Nut, WholeNut, Snack, Caramello and Breakaway.
Markets: Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom
Eclairs take you on a delicious journey through a layer of pure caramel to a heart of rich Cadbury chocolate. Eclairs were created in the early 1960s by the London confectionery firm James Pascall. Cadbury acquired the company in 1965 and Elcairs quickly became Cadbury’s number-two brand, gaining a UK Royal Warrant in 1990. The two classic ingredients of toffee and chocolate combine to create a truly unique experience. Today, people enjoy Eclairs in dozens of countries – from the UK to China to India, where they are known as Cadbury Choclairs.
Markets: United Kingdom, Australia, India, South Africa, China, Egypt
Carte Noire is the leading premium coffee brand in France. The brand also is steadily building a super-premium position in other markets.
Markets: France, Ireland, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom
Cheese Nips are naturally flavored cheddar baked snack crackers made with real cheddar cheese. Cheese Nips are a wholesome cheese cracker and a good source of calcium.
Markets: United States, Canada
Chiclets is the original crunchy candy coated chewing gum that is “fun to chew”. Chiclets is one of America’s oldest chewing gums. Chiclets appeal remains as it has since its inception, providing consumers with a fresh, high quality product in popular and delicious flavors in a distinctive form.
Chips Ahoy! cookies are packed with chocolate chips baked into every bite. They're available in original, chewy, chunky, candy blasts and reduced-fat varieties.
Related Links: Chips Ahoy!, Chips Ahoy! Venezuela
Markets: Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, Mexico, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, United States, Venezuela
Christie is an iconic biscuit brand in Canada, founded by William Christie in 1853. The Christie business became part of Nabisco in 1928 and its name, in the distinctive triangle trademark, remains on Nabisco’s cookies and crackers in Canada. Its long history includes other local biscuit favorites including Dad's, David, Harnois, and Peek Freans brands of cookies and crackers.
Club Social is the number one cracker in Brazil and a favorite throughout Latin America. With a buttered and lightly salty taste, Club Social also includes varieties that help consumers add more fiber to their diet. The newest addition to the Club Social family is Club Social chips in Argentina, available in original, parmesano, and cream and onion flavors.
Markets: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela
Since its introduction in 1883, Côte d'Or has been a standard for lovers of premium chocolate. The boldness of the cacao beans in the hands of Belgium’s legendary chocolatier explains why this classic Belgian brand has such a loyal following and a strong reputation in the chocolate world. Côte d'Or is Belgium’s favorite chocolate brand.
Related Links: Côte d'Or Belgium, Côte d'Or France, Côte d'Or Germany, Côte d'Or Netherlands, Côte d'Or Spain, Côte d'Or United Kingdom
Markets: Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Middle East, Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States
Dentyne gum was introduced in New York in 1899 as the first gum to aid in oral hygiene. The brand’s name is actually combination of the words “dental” and “hygiene.”
Markets: Canada, United States
Dirol is one of the leading chewing gum brands in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. Dirol is known for its wide variety of flavors and bright burst of taste, creating sparks of positivity in everyday life.
Markets: Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Baltics
Cadbury Flake chocolate bars are unlike any other chocolate bar. In fact no two Flake bars are alike. Each bar contains many thin rolled layers of chocolate, with a crumbly and flakey texture.
Markets: Australia, Egypt, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom
Gevalia is an exquisitely smooth, rich, never bitter coffee experience that has been perfected by Swedes since 1853. From traditional to flavored, the Gevalia brand offers more than 50 varieties of premium coffee and 20 choices of tea, each delivering a unique taste experience. Gevalia coffee is made from the finest Arabica beans containing rich flavors that offer an unparalleled coffee experience. Previously available online only, Gevalia now offers its top ten varieties in US coffee supermarket aisles nationwide. A coffee that tastes so good, it is served at the Royal Court of Sweden.
Related Links: Gevalia, Gevalia Sweden
Markets: Denmark, Finland, Sweden, United States
Grand Mere is a delicious, rich coffee and a market leader in France.
Green & Black's
Since 1991, Green & Black’s has featured high-quality cocoa made from sustainable organic farming practices. Green & Black’s is the leading premium block chocolate brand in the UK and the range of products now extends to gift chocolates, ice cream, biscuits and hot beverages.
Markets: Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States
Halls accounts for more than 50 percent of cough-drop sales worldwide and is the leading sugar confectionery brand in the world. In the northern hemisphere, Halls is sold as a cold relief product. In hotter and drier countries, however, Halls is used as a refreshing candy. Halls products are available in more than 26 flavors.
Related Links: Halls
Markets: Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Thailand, Ukraine, United States
Hollywood gum is the leading chewing gum in France, but it has universal appeal with a large variety of products.
Jacobs is one of our billion-dollar brands and traces its beginnings to 1895 in Germany. That’s when 26-year-old Johan Jacobs opened a specialty coffee shop in Bremen. Jacobs coffee is now sold throughout Europe and the Middle East, and is a market leader in Austria, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Ukraine. Available in roast and ground, whole beans, soluble crystals, coffee pods and flavored mixes, Jacobs continues to set the industry standard for delicious coffee.
Related Links: Jacobs Austria, Jacobs Germany, Jacobs Hungary, Jacobs Latvia, Jacobs Lithuania, Jacobs Switzerland
Markets: Austria, Baltics, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine
Kenco coffee is one of the UK’s leading coffee brands. Its origins date back to 1923, when a cooperative of Kenyan coffee growers set up the Kenya Coffee Company to distribute high quality beans to Britain. New to Kenco is a range of three single-origin coffees from Brazil, Colombia and Costa Rica. They all are certified by the Rainforest Alliance, an independent, not-for-profit organization and international leader in sustainable farming practices.
Markets: Ireland, United Kingdom
Kent is the gifting and offering candy and chocolate brand of Turkey; mainly consumed during bayram seasons in Turkey for more than 50 years. Kent is offering candy and chocolate products both in bulk and packed formats and main consumption motivations are sharing and gifting. Kent is Turkey’s oldest and pioneer Gifting and Offering brand with strong leadership and brand equity.
Lacta is the number-one branded chocolate in Brazil. For 100 years, Lacta has been the category leader in tablets, pralines and bite-sized products, with varieties that include Bis chocolate wafers, Sonho de Valsa pralines and Lacta white chocolate.
Related Links: Lacta Brazil, Lacta Greece
LU biscuits, founded in 1850 by Monsieur LeFevre and Mademoiselle Utile, is one of the greatest success stories in the French food industry. It began with a small family operation in France that grew to become a market leader. LU biscuits are available in 100 countries and include such childhood favorites as Le Petite Ecolier. Other international brands under the LU name include Petit Dejuener, Mikado, Pepito (Mini Stars), Cracotte, Ourson and Tuc.
Marabou has been the definitive chocolate brand in Sweden since it was launched in 1916. One of our largest regional chocolate brands, Marabou takes its name from the Marabou stork, which was the trademark for its sister company, Freia.
Markets: Denmark, Finland, Sweden
Mikado launched in France in 1983, Mikado biscuit sticks are a popular product across Europe. They’re ultra-thin crunchy biscuit sticks, dipped in delicious chocolate with one end left plain. Mikado biscuit sticks come in regular size or pocket-size packages and in many flavors, including milk chocolate, dark chocolate and white chocolate.
Markets: Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Milka is the leading European chocolate and one of the company’s billion-dollar brands. Milka’s unique lilac-colored packaging and the famous lilac cow symbolize its Alpine heritage.
Related Links: Milka, Milka Austria, Milka Belgium, Milka Germany, Milka Hungary, Milka Netherlands, Milka Poland, Milka Romania, Milka Spain, Milka Turkey
Markets: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United States
Nabisco is one of the company’s billion-dollar brands. Its roots date back to 1898 when the United States Baking Company, the New York Biscuit Company and the American Biscuit & Manufacturing Company formed to become the National Biscuit Company. The name Nabisco first appeared on a new sugar wafer product in 1901, but the corporate name did not change from National Biscuit Company to Nabisco, Inc. until 1971. We acquired the Nabisco business in December 2000. Today, Nabisco’s brands include some of the best-known cookies and crackers in the world, including Chips Ahoy!, Oreo and Ritz.
Related Links: Snackworks
Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs
Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs are a great choice for those who want to snack and stay on track with their balanced eating routine. The 100 Calorie Packs line of delicious, pre-portioned, single-serve packages features new versions of many well-known classics, each containing 100 calories per pack. Today, there are 12 varieties, including Chips Ahoy! Thin Crisps, Oreo Thin Crisps, Lorna Doone Shortbread Cookie Crisps, Ritz Snack Mix, Planters Peanut Butter Cookie Crisps, Cheese Nips Thin Crisps, Wheat Thins Multigrain Chips, Ritz Chips, Honey Maid Cinnamon Thin Crisps, Mini Teddy Grahams Cinnamon Cubs, Alpha-Bits Mini Cookies and Barnum’s Animals Choco Crackers.
Markets: United States
Newtons are a popular, wholesome snack made with real fruit. The brand was named after the city of Newton, a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts, and has been enjoyed for more than 100 years. In addition to the original Fig Newtons, other varieties include strawberry and raspberry. We also offer Newtons Fruit Thins and Fruit Crisps.
Markets: Canada, Puerto Rico, United States
Nilla wafers have been a favorite for more than 40 years. Great for preparing simple and easy desserts or just snacking, Nilla wafers offer simple goodness that is easy to dress up. Varieties include original, reduced-fat and mini.
Onko coffee, launched in 1950, provides a delicious taste and aroma in classic, natural mild, gentle (for sensitive stomachs) and decaffeinated varieties. For consumers with richer tastes, Onko also offers coffee mixes in cappuccino flavors.
Oreo, milk’s favorite cookie, was first introduced in 1912, and now this creme-filled sandwich cookie is a favorite of consumers around the globe. Today, Oreo is available in many flavors and varieties, such as chocolate covered, wafers, pie crusts and soft snack cakes.
Related Links: Oreo
Markets: Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela
Philadelphia (also known as "Philly") is the world's most popular cream cheese. Available in regular, light, at-free and flavored varieties, Philadelphia cheese comes in regular and snack sizes.
Markets: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Premium saltine crackers come in six varieties, including unsalted tops, original, fat-free, low-sodium, soup & oyster and multi-grain. They’re perfect for soups and snacking.
Related Links: Nabiscoworld
Prince biscuits are crisp, delicious cookies available in more than eight countries, including Algeria, Austria, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Netherlands and Spain. Truly a royal treat, Prince biscuits come in crème-filled sandwiches, rolls and chocolate-covered varieties.
Ritz crackers have a one-of-kind, buttery, flaky taste and will melt in your mouth. They're perfect topped with cheese or peanut butter, in soups or enjoyed all by themselves.
Related Links: Ritz
Markets: Australia, Canada, China, Ecuador, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States
Sonho de Valsa
Sonho de Valsa is the most famous bonbon in Brazil, stuffed with a sweet cashew cream and covered with milk chocolate. Founded in 1938, the brand became an icon and a symbol of love, that completes 75 years in 2013. The bonbon, which in 2011 received a new sealed package that keeps it fresh for longer, is 100% Brazilian, manufactured in our plant in Curitiba. Every year Mondelēz Brazil sells more than 1 billion bonbons in the country, reaching about 62% of the market with Sonho de Valsa and Ouro Branco brands.
Stimorol is the market leading chewing gum brand in Northern Europe, as well as 40 other markets from Greenland to Fiji.
Related Links: Stimorol
Markets: Belgium, Denmark, Holland, Sweden, Switzerland
Stride Gum was launched in 2006 to give gum chewers a fun, unique and long lasting chewing experience. Stride comes in the following flavors: Spearmint, Sweet Peppermint, Winterblue, Nonstop Mint, Whitemint, Mintacular, Spark Kinetic Mint, Spark Kinetic Fruit and Fearless Fruit.
Related Links: Stride Gum
Suchard is a delicate, rich chocolate created by Philippe Suchard in Switzerland in 1825. Today, the Suchard name still carries the reputation for outstanding quality and excellence. The popular chocolate brand offers a variety of sizes and flavors, including bitter dark chocolate tablets, creamy and fruit filled chocolate tablets and pralines, like Suchard Papillon and Suchard Rocher. All Suchard Sensations chocolate tablets made with 70 percent and 86 percent cocoa, and contain at least 30 percent cocoa from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms.
Markets: Australia, France, Switzerland
Tang, available in more than 30 countries, is the leading brand in our powdered beverage portfolio. This fresh, fruit-flavored drink is available in a variety of flavors -- based on local consumers’ preferences -- and is fortified with minerals and vitamins. It is available both as a powdered beverage and in ready-to-drink bottles.
Related Links: Tang
Markets: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Mexico, Middle East, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Turkey, United States, Venezuela
Tassimo, our proprietary hot beverage system, uses “smart” technology that allows consumers to make delicious coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cappuccino, espresso and lattes – one cup at a time.
Related Links: Tassimo
Markets: Austria, France, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom
The Natural Confectionery Company
Inspired by trends in the European market, Sunrise Confectioners Pty. Ltd. in Australia founded The Natural Confectionery Company as a small range of delicious jelly products with no artificial colors and no artificial flavors. Cadbury acquired The Natural Confectionery Company in 2003 and soon expanded the brand to overseas markets, starting with Ireland. All The Natural Confectionery Company soft, chewy and sour candy products contain no artificial colors or flavors ... but lots of interesting shapes.
Markets: Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom
Tiger is a range of biscuits, filled with vitamins and minerals. Tiger contains Enermaxx, a combination of nine vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, D & E) and six minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Phosphorus, Zinc & iodine). Tiger Biskuat is available in ‘Original’, ‘Chocolate’ and ‘Susu’ flavors.
Toblerone is a Swiss chocolate bar made with honey and almond nougat and is instantly recognized by its triangular shape. Created in 1908 by Theodor Tobler, Toblerone it’s available around the world.
Related Links: Toblerone Germany, Toblerone Switzerland
Markets: Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, Middle East, Netherlands, Philippines, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Trakinas creme-filled sandwich cookies feature playful faces that add fun to each bite. Brazil’s favorite sandwich cookie, Trakinas come in a variety of flavors and some are fortified with vitamins and calcium.
Related Links: Trakinas
Markets: Argentina, Brazil, China
Trident is the number one chewing gum brand in the world. It was also the world’s first (and if you ask us, the best) sugar-free chewing gum.
Related Links: Trident
Markets: Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Spain, United States
Triscuit crackers are made with 100 percent whole grain, are low in saturated fat and a good source of dietary fiber. Triscuit varieties include original, reduced fat, cheddar, cracked pepper & olive oil, fire roasted tomato & olive oil, garden herb, deli-style rye, roasted garlic, thin crisps, and rosemary & olive oil.
Related Links: Triscuit
TUC biscuits history begins in 1958 in Belgium. Mr. Parein, who owned a small confectionery company in Belgium, decided to visit the U.S. to learn the secret of America’s delicious lightly salted crackers. While returning to his native Belgium, Mr. Parein was already considering possible names for a new cracker product he would produce. It’s said he decided to use the initials T.U.C. after seeing the name "Trade Union Corporation" in a newspaper. TUC biscuits are rich in grains and are baked, rather than fried – and their light and crispy texture lends a unique taste.
Markets: European Union, Eastern Europe, China, Russia, Ukraine, South Africa, Egypt, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
Wheat Thins are thin, crispy wheat crackers with great taste and a big crunch. They come in a variety of exciting flavors, including sundried tomato & basil, multigrain and parmesan basil. The brand now includes Wheat Thins Toasted Chips made with whole grain, no trans-fat and 60 percent less fat per serving than the leading potato chips.
Related Links: Wheat Thins