Benjamin Eisenstadt was the designer of the modern sugar packet and developer of Sweet'N Low. He was the founder of the Cumberland Packing Corporation and a notable philanthropist.
|Born:||December 7, 1906, New York City|
|Died:||April 8, 1996, New York City|
About Benjamin Eisenstadt
Inventor of the Sweet'N Low artificial sweetener. He also founded the Cumberland Packing Corporation.
Benjamin Eisenstadt Before Fame
He co-owned a cafeteria business in close proximity to the Brooklyn Naval Yards.
Achievement of Benjamin Eisenstadt
His logo for the sweetener, with Sweet'N Low superimposed over a musical staff, was U.S. Trademark Registration No. 1,000,000.
Benjamin Eisenstadt Family Life
He married Betty Gellman in October 1931.
Associations of Benjamin Eisenstadt
His Sweet'N Low was pitched by Regis Philbin in several TV ads.
Information related to Benjamin Eisenstadt
- History of sugar
- Jewish American philanthropists
- Brooklyn College alumni