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Question 1: Originally, the company had added ________ as an absorbing agent to ensure that its table salt poured freely; calcium silicate is now used instead for the same purpose.
Magnesium oxideMagnesium carbonateMagnesium peroxideMagnesium hydroxide

Question 2: Acquired in 1954,[4] the company's main facility, the second-largest solar saline operation in ________, is in Matthew Town, Inagua, The Bahamas.
South AmericaAmericas (terminology)North AmericaAmericas

Question 3: The company began in ________, Illinois in 1848 as a small sales agency.
Elmhurst, IllinoisBlue Island, IllinoisBurr Ridge, IllinoisChicago

Question 4: Morton Salt is the sponsor of the Morton Arboretum, a 1,700-acre (6.9 km2) botanical garden in ________.
Lisle, IllinoisBatavia, IllinoisNaperville, IllinoisWoodridge, Illinois

Question 5: Morton Salt is a ________ company producing salt for food, water conditioning, industrial, agricultural, and road/highway use.
PhilippinesCanadaUnited StatesAlaska

Question 6: Prior to their acquisition in 1999, their corporate headquarters was 100 N Riverside Plaza (later the headquarters of ________).
Caterpillar Inc.McDonald'sKraft FoodsBoeing

Question 7: [5] The sale, completed by October 2009, was in conjunction with the ________'s takeover of Rohm and Haas.
PlasticDow Chemical CompanyPetrochemicalDuPont

Question 8: The founder of the Morton Salt company, Joy Morton, was the son of J. Sterling Morton,[4] who was the founder of ________.
Arbor DayFather's DayChristmasNew Year's Day

Question 9: Based in Chicago Loop, ________,[2] the business is North America's leading producer and marketer of salt.
Elmhurst, IllinoisBlue Island, IllinoisChicagoBurr Ridge, Illinois


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