Pacific Coast Biscuit Company formed in 1899 was the first and only U.S. baking company to trademark the swastika, but why would they do that?
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company started using a red swastika as their trademark in 1907. The true meaning of a swastika is "wholesomeness or perfection, a sense of goodness," and was often used by other companies.

A swastika was chosen by the company with no ill intentions -- it just so happened to have been used by a political party in Germany that did evil things.

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