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  1. Charles William Post (October 26, 1854 – May 9, 1914) was an American innovator, breakfast cereal and foods manufacturer and a pioneer in the prepared-food industry. He was the founder of what is now Post Consumer Brands .

  2. Charles William Post, conocido por sus iniciales C. W. Post (Springfield, Illinois, 26 de octubre de 1854 – 9 de mayo de 1914) fue un empresario estadounidense. Pionero en la fabricación de cereales y alimentos para el desayuno, fue el fundador de Post Consumer Brands.

  3. 9 de may. de 2024 · C.W. Post (born October 26, 1854, Springfield, Illinois, U.S.—died May 9, 1914, Santa Barbara, California) was an American manufacturer noted for his development of breakfast cereals. Post grew up in Illinois.

  4. › history › encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-mapsPost, William Charles |

    Charles William Post (1854 – 1914) was a trailblazer in the manufacture and marketing of breakfast cereal products. During the early twentieth century he used his wealth to influence a variety of campaigns that held his interest, including anti-union activism.

  5. 2 de ago. de 2019 · Among the most successful was C. W. Post, a one-time patient at the Battle Creek Sanitarium who adapted Kellogg’s cereal recipe into his own mass-produced version, Grape-Nuts, to tremendous...

  6. A pioneer in the manufacture and mass marketing of breakfast cereals and other consumer products, Charles William Post (1854-1914) attempted to use his wealth to affect various aspects of early 20th-century American life.

  7. Making history in breakfast and beyond. In 2015, Post Foods and MOM Brands became one food consumer packaged goods company: Post Consumer Brands®. Uncover key moments that contributed to Post®’s impact on the cereal and pet food industries.