How did Quaker Oats get its name?

Answer Akron, Ohio, was the birthplace of Quaker Oats. It began with the founding of German Mills American Cereal Co. by Ferninand Schumacher in 1850. Schumacher was known as "The Oatmeal King."The Quaker... Read More »

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Difference in Quaker's Quick Oats and Old-fashioned Oats?

Oats provide plenty of nutritional benefits in a convenient, whole grain package. Oatmeal consists of oats cooked in some form of liquid until they soften. Eating oatmeal for breakfast or lunch kee... Read More »

Who invented quaker oats?

The Quaker Oats Company was founded in 1901 by Henry Parsons Crowell, Ferdinand Schumacher, George Douglas and John Stuart. They selected a man dressed in Quaker clothing to represent the ideas of ... Read More »

What company owns Quaker Oats?

Pepsico has owned Quaker Oats since 2001. Quaker Oats, one of the world's largest cereal manufacturers, has been in business for more than 130 years. The company's popular Quick Oats were introduce... Read More »

Can I cook Quaker quick oats in a steamer?

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