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TUC

TUC may refer to:

  • TUC (cracker)

TUC can stand for:

  • Technical University of Crete
  • IATA code for Teniente General Benjamín Matienzo International Airport (Tucumán, Argentina)
  • Trades Union Congress, a federation of trade unions in England and Wales
  • Trades Union Congress of Ghana
  • Transvaal University College
  • Third Unitarian Church
  • Time of Useful Consciousness
  • Code of Tung Chung Station, Hong Kong; MTR station code TUC
  • Aden Trade Union Congress
  • Tucana (constellation), standard astronomical abbreviation

TUC (cracker)

TUC is a brand of snack biscuit originating in Belgium, available in Europe, Asia, North America and North Africa. The salted savoury snack biscuits are octagonal in shape (like a rectangle with the corners cut off) and are golden yellow in colour. TUC crackers for Europe's English speaking markets are made by Jacob Fruitfield Food Group, part of the Valeo Foods Group, and they have a taste somewhat comparable to Ritz in the UK. In mainland Europe they are marketed by Mondelēz International

TUC crackers are now used in a new Milka chocolate bar, which has the original milka chocolate with mini TUC crackers on top of it and on the reverse side.