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Author Topic: Victorian food brands still extant  (Read 168514 times)
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« Reply #1425 on: March 23, 2019, 11:59:14 pm »

He did not know and did not think. A very popular brand of cookies.

The brand of cookies "Anniversary" is issued since 1913.

"Jubilee" - a trademark of sugar cookies, produced in Russia since 1913.

For the first time cookies "Jubilee" was made in Moscow at the confectionery factory of the partnership "S. SIU and Co" ("SIU family and company"), founded by the French perfumer Adolf SIU.

The production of biscuits "Jubilee" was dedicated to the 300 anniversary of a dynasty of Russian tsars of the Romanov dynasty in 1913.



In 1920, after nationalization, the factory was renamed "Bolshevik".


The second birth of the brand dates back to 1967. Ironically, the revival of the brand was timed to the event that once put an end to the reign of the Romanov dynasty — the anniversary of the October revolution in 1967, because it was the anniversary of the house and was first released the famous cookies. The product was mainly exported, so it was scarce at home. For many years, its red and yellow packaging remained unchanged. 1967 is considered the year of the second birth of the brand, because then the cookie recipe was changed and the famous red-yellow packaging was developed, which was used by the factory for many decades.



This brand of cookies is available now.

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« Reply #1426 on: March 24, 2019, 04:22:48 pm »

Fascinating, I prefer the original packaging.
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« Reply #1427 on: April 17, 2019, 09:58:46 pm »

Fascinating, I prefer the original packaging.

Indeed. But what are the chences they'd do it again? Collector's version?
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« Reply #1428 on: April 18, 2019, 01:45:16 am »

For Western export they certainly should.
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« Reply #1429 on: April 18, 2019, 11:21:05 am »

Do you think cookies with the Russian tzar on the label will cause interest?
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« Reply #1430 on: April 18, 2019, 11:34:33 am »

Oh yes. I have bought similar - Those crazy Russians are not very good at exporting their character in goods and products. One recognisable 'brand' that Russia has is the Czar and the style prevalent at the period.
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« Reply #1431 on: April 24, 2019, 12:03:59 am »

If Mr Wilhelm is accepting booze on the US list?, then heres 2 more for the list:-

Hamm's Brewery 1865
Schaefer Brewing Company 1842

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« Reply #1432 on: April 25, 2019, 10:06:29 pm »

If Mr Wilhelm is accepting booze on the US list?, then heres 2 more for the list:-

Hamm's Brewery 1865
Schaefer Brewing Company 1842



Thank you Mr. Wells,

I do have some allowance for alcoholic beverages (beer) in the US list, but I tend not to actively look too much for Victorian alcohols. except for the Mexican and Japanese lists, because the latter are very short lists

If I understand correctly, Hamm's Brewery was established in 1865 in St. Paul, Minnesota, and it passed hands twice from Hamm's to Olympia Brewing Co. and finally to Stroh Brewing Company, before the company was shuttered finally. Pabst then bought the product brand, "Hamm's" alone, which the passed to Soth African Breweries (SAB Miller), whose American Continent division was then merged with MillerCoors. Only the Hamm's Premium, Golden Draft, and Special Light brand names remain.


Hamm's Draft Beer (Originally part of Hamm's Brewery founded 1865 St. Paul Minn. now owned by Miller Coors)

F&M Schaefer suffered a similar fate, however, it's much less complicated, and it remained within the Pabst label which itself was turned into "Pabst Blue Ribbon" a branch/division of Blue Ribbon Intermediate Holdings, LLC

Schaefer Beer (Originally part of F&M Schaefer, founded in Manhattan, New York, New York in 1848. Now a label of Pabst Blue Ribbon).

And that begs the question: What about Pabst? I'm not sure I have included that in the list. - then again, I've been purposefully avoiding alcohols in the American list - that will be a long list dominated by German names (beer) and British names (liquor)
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« Reply #1433 on: April 26, 2019, 06:12:56 pm »

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pabst_Blue_Ribbon

Pabst is from 1844.
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« Reply #1434 on: May 06, 2019, 03:33:59 am »

https://www.ispot.tv/ad/IPIm/dr-pepper-the-adventures-of-dr-pepper-cooler-from-the-future# 
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« Reply #1435 on: May 09, 2019, 05:22:28 pm »

Domino Sugar 1800s
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« Reply #1436 on: May 10, 2019, 11:55:28 pm »


A thousand apologies, I've been very busy lately. I can't believe that I'd miss that one, nut apparently I did? Very well known company but more associated with sugar cubes and 1950s Atomic Age sugar packaging.. Perhaps that is why it didn't come to mind.
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« Reply #1437 on: May 11, 2019, 02:33:16 am »

No need to apologise.
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« Reply #1438 on: May 12, 2019, 09:19:33 pm »

3 for the Euro list

Vioello Pasta 1879 (it is in Italian)
De Cecco Pasta 1886
Buitoni Pasta 1827
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« Reply #1439 on: June 06, 2019, 04:49:28 am »

UK/Empire list Tavener's Sweets 1904
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« Reply #1440 on: June 09, 2019, 06:01:45 am »

UK list:- McLalland Cheese 1850(?)
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« Reply #1441 on: June 09, 2019, 10:54:15 pm »

Bravo ! You're very active Mr. Wells! We just need Uncle Bert's seal of approval. The Euro list is a mess, because it's basically not compiled thought.

As an aside we have a lot of Italian brand exports, including DeCecco, sadly they're all recent imports, so can't include them in the US list.
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« Reply #1442 on: June 09, 2019, 11:28:22 pm »

I could give the European list a go.
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« Reply #1443 on: June 10, 2019, 12:37:11 am »

I'll update the Imperial list shortly.

Feel free to handle the Post-Brexit (Euro) list.  Grin
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« Reply #1444 on: August 14, 2019, 02:47:13 am »

UK/Empire:-
Baldwin's Sarsaparilla cordial 1844 (can't really find much info)

US:-
Barq's (caffeinated) Root Beer 1898 or 1900
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« Reply #1445 on: August 14, 2019, 07:07:51 am »


Thank you, Mr Wells!

Barq's was already written down, but I've neglected to add more brands to the list. I've been very busy working and trying to survive the heat at my job, so whichever few free hours I have have been dedicated to my boombox project.
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« Reply #1446 on: September 01, 2019, 08:54:07 am »

UK/Empire:-

Quicke's Cheese Est.1540
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« Reply #1447 on: September 02, 2019, 03:59:53 am »


Estd. 1540! This is Renaissance Era cheese! They do point to an interruption in farming between the late 1800s and the 1970s when the current iteration of the business was started.
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It was because of her that Henry VIII fell out with the Catholic church, dissolved the monasteries and reallocated their land. Some of that land – a particularly beautiful stretch near Newton St Cyres in Devon, to be precise - he allotted to a chap called Thomas Bidwell.

And when our distant ancestor Richard Quicke walked Thomas' daughter Elizabeth up the aisle of the local church, the Quicke family became established in this green and very pleasant corner of Devon.

The Quickes fell in love with the place and set to work, inspired by the family motto  'Petit ardua virtus' - 'strength seeks challenges'. Generation after generation, they toiled and tilled and tended, nurturing the ancient fields and woodlands, doing all they could to build a better farm, serve the village and create a beautiful place to live.

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20th Century

The two World Wars brought dire regulations on cheesemaking, with farmers only permitted to make 'National Cheese', a bland cheddar-style abomination that was enough to put anyone off cheese for life.

What exactly is this "National Cheese"?

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« Reply #1448 on: September 02, 2019, 05:28:49 am »

WWII (UK rationing) "National Chedder Cheese" (not to be confused with the US "Government Cheese")

Hopefully the above will help?.
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« Reply #1449 on: September 02, 2019, 10:26:42 pm »

WWII (UK rationing) "National Chedder Cheese" (not to be confused with the US "Government Cheese")

Hopefully the above will help?.

Thank you Mr wells. They both sound dreadful! A bit like saying "Bolivarian Revolutionary Cheese" from Venezuela!
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