1990Pom-Bear is introduced to the UK market for the first time. Initially imported from Germany by then brand owner, Wolf Bergstrasse, in 1992 the UK success of Pom-Bear leads to a new factory being built in Corby to manufacture the product.
1995A European merger brings together snack firms Wolf Bergstrasse and Convent to create Intersnack.
1996Union Snack founded in Tanfield, County Durham - the first company to introduce US-style traditional baked pretzels to the British market, using authentic USA techniques and equipment to launch the Penn State brand.
2007In January, Union Snack is purchased by German-based Intersnack. By now the Tanfield operation has achieved a turnover of £9M and employs 168 people.
2009Two new names join the Intersnack family in the UK - 80-year old family nut firm, Percy Dalton and Imperial Snacks, a specialist in spicy Asian snacks such as Bombay Mix.
2011The start of an exciting new stage for Intersnack with a new vision for growth and development. Richard Robinson joins Intersnack as managing director.
2012New flavours for Pom-Bear then Penn State is relaunched to become the ‘home of Classic American Snacks.’ During the year, a number of talented new people join Intersnack.