Joaquim Trias i Vila founded the company.
On June 4th, Joaquim Trias i Vila moved into the house at number 45, Carrer del Centre, and began to make and sell cakes and biscuits.
After registering the trademark (on July 11th 1910), Joaquim Trias started to sell his biscuits in metal tins.
Trias produced its first advertisement for the Agricultural and Forestry Congress of Catalonia and the Balearics, which was held that year in Santa Coloma de Farners.
Trias begins to market for the first time, their products carton.
On June 4th 1944, Joaquim Trias i Vila was granted the registered trademark "Els Vellets" (The Old-Timers).
Trias launches its first biscuit tin, decorated with a Catalan tiles motif.
First TEULES® Boxes appear on shelves.
Trias inaugurated its new 4,500 m2 biscuit factory. The company is still based at the same location today.
Trias launches The Especial 8 biscuit box, an assortment of the best 8 Trias biscuits.
The Trias Biscuit Museum was opened within the Trias biscuit factory.
The Trias Biscuit Museum was awarded the Bonaplata Prize in recognition of this initiative to help preserve Catalonia’s Industrial Heritage.
Trias celebrated its 100th anniversary. The President of the Catalan Government inaugurated the newly-renovated Trias Museum and shared with staff, clients and suppliers a centenary celebratory lunch.