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Image: P. 54, Signs of the Times (advertising trade magazine), May 1939

“…one of the highest points of outdoor circulation in the United States.” They should know.

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Also, on this day in 1914 John James McLaughlin died (born March 2, 1865). Canadian chemist and pharmacist, founder of Canada Dry soft drink brand. 37 more words

Today In Food History

Today in Food History

Also, on this day in 1818 George Palmer was born. Palmer, of Huntley and Palmer biscuit manufacturers, introduced the first biscuit tins.

In 1907 John James McLaughlin of Ontario, Canada is awarded a trademark for Canada Dry Ginger Ale, “the champagne of ginger ales.” 50 more words

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Matcha Spell 01: Green Tea Combination Drink Found!

Do you like green tea? Green tea is my favorite flavor, especially matcha, and I always look for green tea flavor food or drinks. Today, I want to show you what I have found! 123 more words

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Chubby Bounty Hunter 012 | Bleachy Peachy Chubby (Snack-sized Chubby Canada Dry Peach Soda)

In CHUBBY BOUNTY HUNTER 012, I make a big mistake. As part two of a 2-part Snack-sized Chubby, I try Canada Dry Peach soda. It is a vile cleaning product of a beverage. 30 more words


A Not-so-Shortcut to Donuts

It was just another typical Thursday night.

My dear friend Ryan and I were packing up the dingy old jungle-car, as we had for so long and fondly called it, for another of our weekly road-trips. 1,040 more words


Soda Pop Backstory - WIF Consumer Corner

Origin Stories of

Famous Soft Drinks

from contributor ROBERT GRIMMINCK

 Whether you call it soda, pop, or soda pop, carbonated water with lots of sugar in it has been a staple of the beverage world since… 3,097 more words

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