Shredded Wheat WWII Advertisement

From Nabisco

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Published July 30, 1942

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  1. Interesting that “whole” wheat was being promoted, and also the prompt at the end to be sure to include “Nabisco”. BTW, it stands for National Biscuit Company 🙂 I’ve heard people order wheat toast at a breakfast cafe. They’re referring to whole-wheat toast as opposed to white bread toast.

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