Brunanter Tobacco Company, doing business as TobacCorp, was a former tobacco company of Brunant. It was founded in 1910 by Gerard Waagenstein as Waagenstein & Sons Tobacco Company. From 1931 onwards, the company planted, harvested, and manufactured tobacco by themselves. Occasionally, they also imported from their European and Cuban farms. In the Brunant v. TobacCorp case the company was shut down, but all assets still remained with majority stockholder Michell Waagenstein, who later transferred the assets to Waagenstein Holdings.