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  • Food Companies
    • Ah Fudge!
        • Chocolate factory in Springfield, from various episodes.
        • Springfield Elementary field trip, which Bart misses because he forgot his permission slip. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
        • Company featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Booth at the Springfield County Fair. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
        • Candy store at the mall. (Season 19 episode He Loves to Fly and He D'oh's)
    • Akana International Ocean Meats
        • Company apparently in competition with Ruby's clams, prompting Ruby to ask Joel: "Do you work for Akana International Ocean Meats? Were you sent here to seduce me out of my inventory?" (Season 2 episode Suspicious Objects)
    • Allied Biscuit
        • Cracker factory that Luann Van Houten mentions, that was more successful than the cracker factory that Kirk managed, Southern Cracker. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Amalgamated Snack Foods
        • Food company that delivers food to Cheers (Season 9 episode 3 Rebecca Redux)
    • Angelo's Fish Company
        • Fake fish company making deliveries to The Huntley Club.
    • Banana Co.
        • Chief Wiggum shows off the comm room when the children tour the police station, pointing out the banana stickers on the radio, including real companies Chiquita and Del Monte, as well as fake companies Banana Co., Peel King and Gorilla's Choice. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Beacon Hill Meats
        • When cow's blood is detected on one of the victims of serial killer the Artist, Olivia investigates several meat packing plants. (Season 1 episode Inner Child)
    • Big & Healthy Meat Cp.
        • When cow's blood is detected on one of the victims of serial killer the Artist, Olivia investigates several meat packing plants. (Season 1 episode Inner Child)
    • Big Endian Eggs
        • Written on a truck during highway chase scene. Big Endian is one method of storing data in a computer system.
    • The Bone Boys
        • When Terry suggests to Boyle that they could sell the Boyle Bone Broth that Boyle gave him when his muscles were sore, Boyle brainstorms names for company, including "The Bone Boys", "More Bone, Less Moan" and "Workplace Bone Buds". Boyle even registers the domain name workplacebonebuds.com, which Terry's friend wants to buy when their investor backs out. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Boobiloo Baby Foods
        • Food company. "If you enjoy your ride, which will be swift and pleasurable, then you may care to experience some of the other elevators which have recently been installed in the offices of the Galactic tax department, Boobiloo Baby Foods and the Sirian State Mental Hospital, where many ex-Sirius Cybernetics Corporation executives will be delighted to welcome your visits, sympathy, and happy tales of the outside world."
    • Boyett Seafood
        • Seafood company where former marine and suspected killer Zack Gregoryis registered as an employee.
    • Brawndo, Inc.
        • Company that makes energy drink Brawndo, that the stupid future uses to water their crops.
    • Bulls-Eye
        • Burt Gummer's food brand from previous installment - Cactus Juice Marinade, Dehydrated Casserole, Prickly Pear Glaze. Only mentioned at the brand level in A Cold Day in Hell.
    • The Butter Baby Flapjack Company
        • Company that sponsored Abe when he attempted to climb The Murderhorn, the highest mountain in Springfield. (Season 9 episode King of the Hill)
    • Buxton Seeds
        • In the original timeline, Frank Sullivan dies in an Buxton Seeds warehouse fire. In the altered timeline, he survives. Also, Game 2 of the 1969 World Series.
    • Carolina Produce
        • Company name on one of the box cars attached to the freight train that Luke hops in Dennison River Bend after escaping from the Institute.
    • Casa Gaia Vineyard
        • Love's mother's new vineyard. (Season 3 episode W.O.M.B.)
    • Castle Port Brewery
        • Brewery near the scene of the pizza truck accident (Season 4 episode Crocodile)
    • Catawba Farm
        • Wendy's parents Harry and Rita Gullickson's farm near DuPray, where Tim and Wendy live with the rescued children.
    • Coho Vineyard
        • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.
    • Coho Winery
        • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.
    • Connie's Cabbage
        • Vendor at Pawnee farmer's market. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market) Yelp inspires Ron to compose strongly-worded letters about things he disapproves of, including Connie's cabbage. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Creamy Candy Company
        • Matthew taps Iris Clifford, an old lady selling candy bars door-to-door for the Creamy Candy Company, to play the role of his class' teacher at school. (Episode Top Dog)
    • Dallas Brewery
        • Brewery on Commerce Street, where the siblings arrive in early '60s Dallas, Texas. (Season 2 episode Right Back Where We Started)
    • Day-Old Delights
        • Food brand Homer mentions when Bart tells him that Marge is buying brand name groceries. (Season 19 episode He Loves to Fly and He D'oh's)
    • DeBelio Pasta Authentico
        • Italian food company truck in the background when Derek crashes his car in Rome.
    • Deltesio Seafoods
        • Alvin Sanders gets arrested for stealing shrimp, I mean prawn, from Deltesio Seafoods.
    • Desert Beverage
        • Vending machine restocking company where Ira works - the guy that Jimmy hires to steal the figurine from Neff Copiers. (Season 4 episode Talk)
    • Duff Brewery
        • Duff finds a new Duff spokesperson to replace Duffman - the Simpsons' dog, Santa's Little Helper. Now known as Suds McDuff. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
    • Duff Brewing Corporation
        • Duffman sues his company. Duffman vs. Duff Brewing Corporation "Duffman's pension has been mismanaged, oh yeah! "(Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • The Dusseldorf Gum Works
        • Candy plant where Uter says his father works. (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Duvane
        • Company that makes Cheddar Goblin, the Mandy version of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese.
    • Farmer Billy's Bacon Factory
        • Farmer Billy: Do you love that soo-weet smell of Farmer Billy's Bacon? Would you like to see how a pig goes from loving life to your fork and knife? Well, if you open up one of these packages and find a golden ticket, you get a tour of Farmer Billy's Bacon Factory!
    • Farmer Frank Inc.
        • Dan's sister Donna is Vice President. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 1)
    • Featherstone
        • Company name on the Treasury department's undercover van. "New York Bread Basket"
    • Frank's Underground BBQ
        • Frank is a backyard chef who randomly texts people from his list when a new batch of ribs is ready. (Season 3 episode Adam's Ribs)
    • Gardener's Delight
        • Douglas Lerpiss purchased a "Gardener's Delight" brand tomato from Food and Stuff grocery store in Snerling, Indiana, losing 12.268 points due to 1. the tomato being grown in pesticide-rich farmland, 2. the tomato being farmed by underpaid labor force and 3. the tomato being shipped from Mexico to Indiana using fuel-inefficient vehicles. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)
    • Gard'ner Tex
        • Barry Allen leaves a job interview at doggy daycare center Central Bark in Central City to save a cute girl from a car accident in which her car is crushed by a Gard'ner Tex organic farm foods truck when the driver is distracted by dropping his fast food burger from Burger Shop. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Gayeong Chicken
        • Company where Seong Gi-hun used to work. (Season 1 episode The Man with the Umbrella)
    • Gideon Meatpacking Plant
        • Building where Special Agent Peter Strahm is locked up in a room by Detective Mark Hoffman, along with the corpses of John Kramer, Amanda Young, Jeff Denlon and Dr. Lynn Denlon.
    • Goldfield Farms Dairy Products
        • The Swedes' van. (Season 2 episode Right Back Where We Started) Dairy brand in the store where Diego fights Alphonso. (Season 3 episode World’s Biggest Ball of Twine)
    • Gorilla's Choice
        • Chief Wiggum shows off the comm room when the children tour the police station, pointing out the banana stickers on the radio, including real companies Chiquita and Del Monte, as well as fake companies Banana Co., Peel King and Gorilla's Choice. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Grainco
        • Company name on old silo where Stargher keeps his victims.
    • Highway Beverage Company
        • Glenda calls the Highway Beverage Company, after which she and Tex quit the Tallman campaign to return to their own roadshow.
    • Home Soda Artisanal beverages
        • Beck's ex-boyfriend Benji's soft drink company. "Drink better by hand” (Pilot episode)
    • Howard Foods
        • The producer of the GLOW TV show is the heir to the Howard Foods business empire.
    • Hungry-Nomad
        • Food and beverage products in Saddam Hussein's refrigerator include: Real Mayonnaise, Olde Iraqi Beer, Falafel Helper, 2% Camel Milk, Aunt Jamal syrup, and a Hungry-Nomad Yankee Dog Roast packaged meal.
    • Itaidoshin Distillery
        • Maeve and the Mortician enter the Itaidoshin Distillery a factory called the Itaidoshin Distillery. "Itai doshin" is a Buddhist term that means "many in body, one in mind", foreshadowing the upcoming twist reveal that Dolores has copied her mind and placed it into many bodies. (Season 3 episode The Mother of Exiles)
    • Jolly Gummi Bears
        • Company at the Candy Industry Trade Show that makes gummi bears, gummi calves heads, gummi jaw breakers, and the rarest gummi of all, the gummi Venus de Milo, which Homer steals. "They hibernate in your colon" (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Kartoffel Pfannkuch
        • Name on the truck with the giant cylinder on it that almost squishes Mr. Potato Head, German for "Potato Pancake”.
    • King Bros Tuna Cannery
        • The abandoned factory Audrey and Nathan search looking for fugitive (Season 3 episode Burned)
    • Kolb Family Foods
        • Food company that makes ham products. At 60% less fat and 20% less price, the only thing Kolb Family's Family Pack Ham Packs don't have less of is flavor. Chang stars in the commercials with his catch phrase, "Haaaaaam, girl!" (Season 6 episode Intro to Recycled Cinema)
    • Koobler
        • Stand in for Food company Keebler. Homer muses that if Marge wins the Ovenfresh Bakeoff and becomes Auntie Ovenfresh, he'll get to meet all of the food personalities... Mr. Cashew, The Koobler dwarfs, Snip, Crinkle and Poof, Twinkle the Kidd. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Lagavulin Distillery
        • Ron takes Ben's advice and diversifies his portfolio by selling some of his gold and investing in a distillery. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
    • Li'l Jasper's frozen vegetables
        • Name on the truck that comes after the Griswolds in their Tartan Prancer.
    • Los Angeles Organic Produce
        • Truck trailer in the background when the police are chasing Charlie. (Season 4 episode The Beginning of the End)
    • Lush Valley Winery
        • When Bart and Lisa tour Cosmic Wars Ranch, Homer and Marge tour the winery across the street. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Marshmallows
        • Barney steals a jetpack, and crashes into the roof of the Pillow Factory, and then gets run over by a Marshmallows truck. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • Mason Meat Co.
        • When cow's blood is detected on one of the victims of serial killer the Artist, Olivia investigates several meat packing plants. (Season 1 episode Inner Child)
    • Matsumura Fishworks
        • One of the parent companies of Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese dish detergent with what looks like a picture of Homer on the box. (Season 8 episode In Marge We Trust)
    • The Meat Jerking Beef Boys
        • Jerky company the guys try to start (Season 3 episode The Meat Jerking Beef Boys)
    • Ming Tea Company
        • In order to maximize her financial gain, huntress Caroline Meredith negotiates a major sponsorship from the Ming Tea Company.
    • Miser's Choice
        • Food brand Homer mentions when Bart tells him that Marge is buying brand name groceries. (Season 19 episode He Loves to Fly and He D'oh's)
    • Moland Springs
        • Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt sits on the board of trustees for Morgan Springs, a bottled water company trying to acquire another bottled water company called Poland Creek. Following the merger, the company is to be named Moland Springs. (Season 6 episode The Gymnast)
    • Morgan Springs
        • Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt sits on the board of trustees for Morgan Springs, a bottled water company trying to acquire another bottled water company called Poland Creek. Following the merger, the company is to be named Moland Springs. (Season 6 episode The Gymnast)
    • Natural Life Food Company
        • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band, The 100% Natural Good-Time family-Band Solution, was underwritten by the Natural Life Food Company, a division of Chem Grow, an Allyn-Crane acquisition, and part of the Squimm Group. (Season 1)
    • Noble & Cooley
        • Company that makes frozen dinners for relief of constipation. (Host Steve Buscemi December 3, 2011 sketch Frozen Mexican Dinner)
    • Osaka Seafood Concern
        • Fish warehouse where the Simpson go to work to earn enough money to fly home. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Ovenfresh Industries
        • Sponsor of the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Palatonio Foods
        • Food manufacturing company on list of companies owned by Croft Holdings.
    • Peanut Factory
        • Bart's elephant Stampy goes on a rampage through town, busting into the Peanut Factory. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Peel King
        • Chief Wiggum shows off the comm room when the children tour the police station, pointing out the banana stickers on the radio, including real companies Chiquita and Del Monte, as well as fake companies Banana Co., Peel King and Gorilla's Choice. (Season 8 episode The Secret World of Lisa Simpson)
    • Pesticide Free Corn
        • Corn company truck from Gaitlin, Nebraska, from Stephen King's Children of the Corn. (Season 2 Episode Who, What, Where, Wendigo?)
    • Poland Creek
        • Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt sits on the board of trustees for Morgan Springs, a bottled water company trying to acquire another bottled water company called Poland Creek. Following the merger, the company is to be named Moland Springs. (Season 6 episode The Gymnast)
    • Ponderosa Ranch
        • Owned by Ben Cartwright and his sons Adam, Hoss, and Little Joe.
    • Poppin' Fresh
        • The Simpsons version of Pillsbury. High on ether, Mr. Burns hallucinates that Homer is the Poppin' Fresh brand mascot. (Season 7 episode Team Homer)
    • Radish King
        • California radishes - there are boxes of these in the truck outside the restaurant.
    • Revere Meat Co.
        • When cow's blood is detected on one of the victims of serial killer the Artist, Olivia investigates several meat packing plants. (Season 1 episode Inner Child)
    • Ross Creamed Corn
        • Local family business that Lionel Luthor buys and turns into LuthorCorp Fertilizer plant No. 3. (Pilot episode) Mentioned during exchange between Pete and Lionel Luthor in the caves. (Season 2 episode Exodus)
    • Ruby's Clams
        • Japopo's clam source, at least on the day that Sheila and Joel ate dinner there (Season 2 episode A Change of Heart)
    • Scammer & Z-Dog
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Schmall Woolen Mill Co.
        • Previous occupant of Molly's downtown real estate office. (Season 1 episode Local Color)
    • Schooner Tuna
        • Client of the ad agency where Caroline works. "The tuna with a heart"
    • Seth & Munchie's
        • Homer's mother's old hippie commune Groovy Grove Natural Farm's juice company, the largest organic juice company in Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • The Shannon Food Corporation
        • Sponsor of Julius Moomer's new production The Tragic Cycle, ghostwritten by William Shakespeare. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
    • Shotz Brewery
        • Brewery from Laverne & Shirley that Wayne and Garth visit on their way to the Alice Cooper concert in Milwaukee.
    • Slaughter House
        • After Homer complains about his family and his unfulfilled dreams on Taxicab Confessions, the Simpsons pack his bag and drive him out to the middle of nowhere, passing the Mental Institution, the Slaughter House and Santa's Village, before finally dropping him off at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Southern Cracker
        • Cracker factory where Kirk Van Houten works, until he gets fired for being single, because it's a family business. "The dryyyyyy cracker" (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • Starling Cannery
        • Where the man in the mask takes Laurel when he abducts her. (Season 2)
    • Sullivan's Trout Farm
        • Jeff: The postman found Kevin here. He said he was soaking wet and smelled like fish. I know it's not a lot to go on.
          Annie: Um, it's almost too much to go on. Look, Sullivan's trout farm is just 1/4 mile away. Who do you think you're dealing with, Winger?
          (Season 4 episode Advanced Documentary Filmmaking)
    • Table Time
        • Cracker factory that Luann Van Houten mentions, that was more successful than the cracker factory that Kirk managed, Southern Cracker. (Season 8 episode A Milhouse Divided)
    • The Tea Factory
        • Factory in Springfield. One of the big T's in Springfield shown when the Springfield Cat Burglar reveals that he hid all the money he stole under a big T in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Tessman Foods
        • Company Lisa works for that makes packaged bakery items that are shipped all over the Midwest.
    • Thai Food Factory
        • Bart and Principal Skinner's epic duel takes them into the Little Bangkok neighborhood, crashing into the Thai Food Factory, formerly Petco. (Season 18 episode Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em)
    • Three Cent Foods
        • Company that makes Frosted Kanamunch, the breakfast cereal at the grocery store where Phil works, reference to the classic Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man. (Season 2 episode Meet in the Middle)
    • Tri-State Industrial Food and Chemical Products, Inc.
        • The 18th floor cafeteria's parent company. (Season 9 episode Pop Goes the Question)
    • Trout World
        • Annie: Mr. Sullivan, how many employees do you have here?
          Mr. Sullivan: Employees? What do I look like, Trout World?
          (Season 4 episode Advanced Documentary Filmmaking)
    • Turtle Head Fishing Company
        • Fishery based in a factory in Callahan Point, Portland Island, and a warehouse in Pike Creek in Shoreside Vale.
    • Union Carbide
        • Marge serves the family genetically modified vegetables for dinner, all grown by the vegetable division of Union Carbide. (Season 3 episode Weekend at Burnsie's) From TV commercial that Marge watches on TiVo. According to Lisa, Proposition 87 lets big polluters off the hook. Cartoon frog: “So tell those idiots in the state capital to let Union Carbide do their thing. Paid for by Cartoon Frogs for Wetlands Destruction. (Season 19 episode Funeral for a Fiend)
    • Vendo-Spendo Company
        • The door opened, and Elton Parrakis walked in. He was immensely fat, and his lackluster blond hair was combed back in preposterous waves from his forehead to show a round baby face that held an element of perpetual puzzlement. He was wearing the blue and gold uniform of the Vendo-Spendo Company. He looked thoughtfully at Virginia Parrakis.
    • Victor Ice Company
        • Horse drawn carriage that drives by when Kirk and Spock arrive in the past. (Season 1 episode The City on the Edge of Forever)
    • Westview Dairy
        • Billboard visible downtown following Wanda's transformation of Westview. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • The Wholesome Family Cookie Company
        • Sponsor that complains after Frasier is caught having sex with his box live on the air. (Season 3 episode The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl)

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