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Advertising card for Kellogg's Krumbles

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dc.coverage.temporal Battle Creek. Michigan, circa ??? en_US
dc.identifier.other LPC-024-026-004 en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://dspace.willardlibrary.org/xmlui/handle/123456789/11724
dc.description Color advertising card for Kellogg's Krumbles, showing a box of the cereal and a little girl eating them. Caption on front: Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co., Battle Creek, Mich Toronto, Can. Children like Krumbles and it Builds them up Caption on back: Krumbles is the new whole wheat food, produced by the Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Company. It is the only cereal made from Durum Wheat, which is considerably more nutritious than any other wheat. Durum wheat is particularly rich in protein, phosphates, and mineral salts, the foods that build muscle and brain - rich in starch, the great energy food, and rich in bran, with its valuable laxative properties. Krumbles is the whole of the Durum wheat, cooked, "krumbled" and delicately toasted. Its fascinating flavor is created by an original and exclusive method of the Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Company, which brings out the full richness of the wheat - a flavor never known before in all the thousands of years people have been eating wheat. There is nothing more nourishing for growing children and invalids than a dish of Krumbles with milk or cream. The flavor of Krumbles with its strength-giving properties makes it the idea all the year round cereal. Delicious with berries or fruit. Go easy with the sugar - the more you chew Krumbles, the sweeter it tastes. In the Waxtite package Look for this Signature W. K. Kellogg en_US
dc.format.medium color card en_US
dc.language.iso En en_US
dc.subject Industries - Kellogg Company en_US
dc.subject Kellogg Real Photos, Misc., Kellogg Advertising, Kellogg Ranch, Kellogg Gull Lake, Kellogg Bird Sanctuary en_US
dc.title Advertising card for Kellogg's Krumbles en_US
dc.type Image en_US

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