Milk-Bone

Milk-Bone is a brand of dog biscuit. It was created in 1908 by the F. H. Bennett Biscuit Company, which operated a bakery on the Lower East Side of New York City. Originally named Maltoid, the biscuit was a bone-shaped treat made from minerals, meat products, and milk. Sometime between 1915 and 1926 the biscuit was simply named "Milk-Bone", owing to the high composition of cow's milk. In 1931 the bakery was acquired by the National Biscuit Company (now Nabisco). The biscuit was the only Bennett product carried over after the acquisition.Over the next few decades, the Milk-Bone was expanded to include a number of different flavors, such as chicken and beef.
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  • 8 Ways to Use Hyperlapse Video from Instagram

    …, but targeted. The company appeals to their dog-loving customers by showing a fun outing with a pup. At the very end, you see the owner give the dog a Milk-Bone treat. Create a Hyperlapse story around how people use your products in daily life. Make your product part of the story, but perhaps not the main focus of the story. As you can see from…

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