U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company is the leading producer and marketer of moist smokeless tobacco in the world. The company's leading brands, Copenhagen and Skoal, each represent more than $1 billion at retail. Moist smokeless tobacco is one of the fastest growing segments in the consumer packaged goods category.
, born in 1822, was among the first-ever brands of moist smokeless tobacco on the market, and today remains the most authentic and best-selling premium product in the category, with retail sales exceeding $1 billion. Copenhagen
is available in original fine cut and long cut, as well as in Copenhagen Pouches
is also known for freshness, with a "made date" stamped on the bottom of every can, and for such distinguishing features as its traditional metal lid and fiberboard can.
Introduced in 1934, Skoal
is the number two premium moist smokeless tobacco brand in the U.S. Skoal
also comes in fine cut, long cut and two different pouch forms – Skoal Pouches
and Skoal Bandits
. Skoal guarantees freshness as exemplified through its distinctive FreshSnap can, which features a "Guaranteed Fresh Until" date on the bottom. Like all USSTC products, Skoal
is made from 100 percent American-grown tobacco.
competes in the discount category and comes in both long cut and fine cut. Red Seal
is known for offering real American value and has 25 percent more tobacco than leading brands.
is a value product for price-conscious adult consumers. Husky
comes in long cut and fine cut varieties.