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Question 1: McCormick Canada acquired the French's dry seasoning line in 1997, and McCormick stock began selling on the ________ in 1999.
Market trendAmerican Stock ExchangeStock marketNew York Stock Exchange

Question 2: McCormick's 1994 acquisitions included Grupo Pesa of Mexico, Tuko Oy of ________, Butto of Switzerland, and Minipack of Southampton, United Kingdom.

Question 3: Zatarain's: Zatarain's is the leading ________-style food brand marketed nationally in the U.S.
Baton Rouge, LouisianaLouisianaNew Orleans metropolitan areaNew Orleans

Question 4: McCormick & Company (NYSEMKC) is the global leader in the manufacture, marketing, and distribution of ________, herbs, and flavorings for the retail, commercial, and industrial markets.
Black pepperBouquet garniSpiceAfghan spice rub

Question 5: The company began in 1889 in Baltimore, ________, United States.

Question 6: Food Service: McCormick Food Service offers a full line of ________, seasonings and other food products to broadline foodservice distributors and membership warehouse clubs.
Bouquet garniSpiceAfghan spice rubHerb

Question 7: McCormick acquired A. Schilling & Company of ________ in 1947; established in 1881, it was a coffee, spice and extract house that enabled McCormick to begin coast-to-coast distribution in the U.S.
San FranciscoLos AngelesSan Jose, CaliforniaOakland, California

Question 8: The company celebrated its centennial in 1989 with events primarily for employees and those responsible for its success, and arranged for the musical group ________ to give a series of performances across the U.S.
Josiah BartletUnited StatesJapanUp with People

Question 9: Setco, a plastic bottles producer in ________, and Stange, a specialty flavorings and colorings company of Chicago, were purchased as subsidiaries in 1981.
Long Beach, CaliforniaCulver City, CaliforniaSanta Monica, CaliforniaAvalon, California

Question 10: It manufactures and sells spices, herbs, extracts, proprietary seasoning blends, ________, and marinades.
Dip (food)SaladJapanese cuisineSauce


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