Food


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Bounty

Bounty
Food - Confectionery

New... far and away the richest chocolate thrill. Bounty, with milkier, juicier coconut than even south-sea islanders ever knew. Bounty, smothered thick will full-cream milk chocolate. Two big chunky bars for 6d. Enjoy one today!

Views: 10,005    Year: 1954     1 Comment

Sharps Toffee

Sharps Toffee
Food - Confectionery

Sharps - the word for Toffee.

Views: 7,366    Year: 1954

Chivers Olde English Marmalade

Chivers Olde English Marmalade
Food - Jams, Spreads etc

Zero hour - over the gate and down the straight. But watch him - he's clever. He never goes without his toast and Olde English - Chivers Olde English Marmalade.

Views: 8,517    Year: 1954

Murraymints

Murraymints
Food - Confectionery

There was he - waiting at the church. She was finishing her Murraymint! Murraymints the too-good-to-hurry mints. There is no way of doing justice in words to the pleasure of Murraymints...

Views: 8,887    Year: 1954

Robertson's Mincemeat

Robertson's Mincemeat
Food - Baking

Christmas is coming! that's why mother buys Robertson's Mincemeat for super mince pies!

Views: 7,845    Year: 1954

Chivers Jellies

Chivers Jellies
Food - Desserts, Jelly etc

Father Christmases, or Fathers, or Grandfathers - in fact, everyone deserves a treat at Christmas and what could be more delicious that Chivers Jellies. Chivers Jellies contain real fruit juice.

Views: 7,539    Year: 1954

Penguin

Penguin
Food - Biscuits

biggest milk chocolate treat for 3¬?d. Milk Chocolate Penguin.

Views: 6,760    Year: 1954

Jaffajuce

Jaffajuce
Food - Soft Drinks

To the benefit of all parties - Gold Cup Jaffajuce sweetened orange - it's 80% Real Orange Juice sweetened with pure sugar.

Views: 6,943    Year: 1954     2 Comments

Hovis

Hovis
Food - Bread

..and Hovis and butter for tea.. Susan is certainly interested in how to serve the tea. But more interested still in what there is to eat. Tea in Susan's language is not so much a drink as a meal. For her, tea isn't tea at all, unless there's Hovis and butter as well...

Views: 8,211    Year: 1954

Nestle's Chocolate

Nestle's Chocolate
Food - Confectionery

Nestle's a very good name for milk chocolate. "It's gorgeous... it's heavenly... it's fabulously creamy" say teenage enthusiasts with sighs of delight! "It's very good milk chocolate," say Nestle's with becoming modesty. There may be some in your shop today, so watch out for that tempting red and gold wrapper.

Views: 8,144    Year: 1954

Fox's Glacier Mints

Fox's Glacier Mints
Food - Confectionery

The finest peppermint in the world. Fox's Glacier Mints.

Views: 10,387    Year: 1954

Welgar Shredded Wheat

Welgar Shredded Wheat
Food - Cereals

"I'm dog-tired till I've had my Welgar Shredded Wheat!" - What a difference it makes in the morning - and in the whole day - when you wake up to Welgar Shredded Wheat! Just the sight of this crisp, sunny cereal brightens you up - makes you feel better immediately...

Views: 7,166    Year: 1954

Blue Bird Toffees

Blue Bird Toffees
Food - Confectionery

A little bird told me - you like Blue Bird Toffees. Take the Home Sweet Home!

Views: 6,853    Year: 1954

OXO

OXO
Food - Baking

Joints, chops, cutlets, casseroles and pies... all need lots of beefy OXO gravy! Beefy OXO gravy improves the meal - gives extra flavour, extra goodness, and makes it so much more satisfying.

Views: 7,353    Year: 1954

Rose's Lime Juice

Rose's Lime Juice
Food - Soft Drinks

What the overheated should know about lime juice. Lime Juice is the pure juice of the world's most refreshing tropical fruit. No thirst on earth can resist its quenching powers. No mere British heatwave can get you down when lime juice is close at hand. Rose's Lime Juice makes thirst worth while.

Views: 6,987    Year: 1954

Wrigley's Chewing Gum

Wrigley's Chewing Gum
Food - Confectionery

Freshen your taste! Chew Wrigley's. Helps brighten teeth - sweetens breath, Aids your digestion, Enjoy chewing daily, Keep a packet handy. Refreshing - Delicious.

Views: 7,600    Year: 1954

Payne's Poppets

Payne's Poppets
Food - Confectionery

Millions Love Poppets! The 'Family Favourites' - Luscious milky brazils says Arthur...

Views: 9,635    Year: 1954

Welgar Shredded Wheat

Welgar Shredded Wheat
Food - Cereals

"I'm in cold storage until I've had my Welgar Shredded Wheat and hot milk" - Feel that glorious glow spread through you as you enjoy delicious Welgar Shredded Wheat and steaming hot milk! It's the nourishment you need for winter weather...

Views: 13,475    Year: 1954     8 Comments

Wrigley's Chewing Gum

Wrigley's Chewing Gum
Food - Confectionery

After Every Meal! Enjoy Wrigley's. Chewing aids your digestion - Sweetens breath - Helps keep your teeth clean. Healthful - Delicious.

Views: 7,986    Year: 1954

Welgar Shredded Wheat

Welgar Shredded Wheat
Food - Cereals

"I feel quite limp till I've had my Welgar Shredded Wheat!" It's true - there's nothing like Welgar Shredded Wheat for ending that "washed out" feeling in the morning...

Views: 7,310    Year: 1954

Rose's Lime Juice

Rose's Lime Juice
Food - Soft Drinks

What Sun-worshippers know about lime juice. Lime Juice is the pure juice of the world's most refreshing tropical fruit. It not only draws the most obstinate thirst, it puts back the only good thing the sun takes out of you - pep...

Views: 6,174    Year: 1954

HP Sauce

HP Sauce
Food - Sauces, Condiments etc

Everything goes with HP Sauce.

Views: 11,268    Year: 1954

Maltesers

Maltesers
Food - Confectionery

Crisp to crunch. More to crunch. Everyone's sweet on Maltesers. Full-cream milk chocolate coating! Munchy malt coneycomb centres!

Views: 9,951    Year: 1954

Meddocream

Meddocream
Food - Ice Cream, Lollies etc

Meddocream's new double treat! Double Flavour Ice Cream now with a Double Top Cone - and only 3d!

Views: 5,882    Year: 1954

Twiglets

Twiglets
Food - Biscuits

P-s-s-t! Are you a Nibbler? Everyone's getting that nibbling habit now that Peek Frean Twiglets are here. And no wonder - these crisp, crunchy biscuits have such a thrilling savoury flavour...

Views: 8,357    Year: 1954