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The National Biscuit Company is known today by the popular name of Nabisco.
Edmond Jaques Eckel was commissioned by the National Biscuit Company to design their New Cracker Bakery in 1924. The building was completed the following year, standing seven stories tall and coming in at a cost of two million dollars.