Life Savers™️ have been manufactured by the following parent companies, varying by product and country:

United States 

Queen Victoria Chocolate Co., Ohio - This is the name of Clarence Crane's chocolates; he later sold them as Mary Garden chocolates, the latter being a vocalist of some renown.)

Mint Products Co., NYC - This is the name of the company started by Edward Noble and J. Roy Allen.

Life Savers, Inc. (starting in 1920, per Modern)

Beech-Nut Life Savers

Planters

Nestlé (Australia)

Nabisco

This buyer is quite ironic--amazing that one of their former employees invented a product that was quite iconic for Nabisco. When Clarence Crane left Allegheny College in Pennsylvania (in about 1894), "he took a job as a traveling salesman, selling cookies for the National Biscuit Company [later known as Nabisco], based out of Akron [Ohio]. (Esposito)

RJ Reynolds Nabisco

Kraft

E. R. Squibb Beech-Nut

Wm. Wrigley, Jr. Company

Mars Wrigley Confectionery

Spangler

Australia 

Allen's

Nestlé

Darrel Lea

MacRobertson’s Steam Confectionery Works

Canada

Wrigley Canada, Toronto, Ont.

Hershey Canada

Beta Brands

Jacob Suchard

Mexico

Dulcera Lady Baltimore

Matre Mexico

New Zealand 

Nestle'

Quadrant Private Equity 

South Africa

?

United Kingdom

James Pascal Ltd., Mitcham, Surrey, London, UK

Rowntree's (United Kingdom)

Venezuela 

Royal Productos Alimenticios

Others,

which we are gradually adding after researching hundreds of labels.

Source

Esposito, G. "Clarence Crane," Trumbull County History, retrieved from https://www.trumbullcountyhistory.com/crane-clarence-1875-1931/

Modern Packaging 1951-12: Volume 25, Issue 4. Digitized from IA1643112-05. pp. 92-98, 180-185.

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Life Savers™️ is a trademarked name currently owned in the US by Mars Wrigley Confectionery, having been owned and/or licensed by many previous companies, varying by country.

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