In the decade following the war, more and more produce was being shipped around the world.
The experiences of having to provision armies in far flung places, though not a new concept, had speeded up the development of ‘ready-to-eat’ foods.
This supplement is dated around the early sixties and is quite interesting in its ‘bigging up’ of a product outside of the more normal advertising practices.
It takes on the feel of commercial television before commercial television was available!
For myself, I find the increase in the consumption of convenience foods against the decline in home cooking in this country to be quite worrying.
More to follow . . .