D.F. Stauffer Biscuit's products include packaged animal crackers, assorted flavored cookies, and vanilla wafers. It also makes unsweetened crackers for soup. Boasting some 15 oven lines at a handful of production sites, the company can bake more than 250 tons of its products every day. Stauffer's cookies are available worldwide. The company's website allows customers to buy products, and even play games online. A hand icon identifies the animal-cracker offerings, ensuring that shoppers know what kind of animal they're munching on. Baking up edible critters since 1871, D.F. Stauffer Biscuit Company is a subsidiary of Japanese candy and snack foods company
The animal crackers maker operates under Meiji Seika Kaisha's food segment, which contributed about 89% of its parent's fiscal 2013 revenue.
At its York, Pennsylvania, production facility, Stauffer makes more than 170,000 pounds of animal crackers each day.
Based in Pennsylvania with production plants in New York, Pennsylvania, and California, D.F. Stauffer Biscuit Company sells its crackers and cookies worldwide.
Sales and Marketing
While Stauffer peddles its own products to customer directly online, the company distributes its food items through Union Supply, Bee Line Wholesalers, Diller Potato Chips, and Evans Distributors, among many others. It also relies on
As part of its marketing efforts, Stauffer teamed up with
It offers seasonal items, as well, for Halloween and Christmas.
360 S BELMONT ST
York, PA 17403-2616
Phone: 1 (717) 815-4600
Employer Type: Privately Owned
President: Taka Kataoka
Controller: Ichiro Kawano
COO: Jim Wilson
Employees (This Location): 500
Employees (All Locations): 650