Where Are Eggo Waffles Made?

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Eggo Waffles are synonymous with our childhoods. They’ve been around since 1953. Originally called “Froffles”, the name was changed to “Eggo” in 1955 after much feedback about their waffles having an ‘eggy’ taste. The Kellog Company bought the brand in in 1968 and introduced the “L’eggo my Eggo” slogan.

Eggo Waffles aren’t slowing down anytime soon. In 2009, there was a huge demand for Eggos due to two of their factories closing because of flooding and maintenance.

Eggo Waffles come in dozens of flavors, here is a list of many of their past and present flavors:

  • Blueberry Waffles
  • Buttermilk Waffles
  • Chocolate Chip Waffles
  • Cinnamon Toast Waffles
  • Drizzlers
    • Blueberry Topping Waffles
    • Strawberry Topping Waffles
  • FiberPlus Chocolate Chip Waffles
  • French Toast Waffles
  • Homestyle Mini Waffles
  • Granola Chocolate Chip Waffles
  • Granola Mixed Berry Waffles
  • Nutri-Grain
    • Blueberry Waffles
    • Honey Oat Waffles
    • Low Fat Whole Wheat Waffles
    • Whole Wheat Waffles
  • Protein Original Waffles
  • Strawberry Waffles
  • Thick & Fluffy
    • Cinnamon Brown Sugar Waffles
    • Mixed Berry Waffles
    • Original Waffles
  • Wafflers
    • Strawberry Strudel Waffles
    • Brown Sugar Cinnamon Roll Waffles
  • Eggo Seasons
    • S’mores Waffles
    • Pumpkin Spice Waffles

Eggo also distributes pancakes, french toast, and muffin tops. For a full line of their products, head to their website.

Where are Eggo waffles made?


The Eggo waffles plant is located in Rossville, Tennesse.


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