Instead of something political or argumentative, let’s do some remembering.
Log Cabin syrup came in a can shaped like a log cabin, fruits and vegetables were in a #2 can instead of a 303, everything was in glass bottles and jars instead of plastic, and the largest carton of milk was a half gallon.
How about baby food in a can, Cheerios were Cheerioats, and Nabisco shredded wheat had a picture of Niagara Falls?
Or when the frozen-food case was 6-feet by 3-feet with mostly ice cream in it?
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And when we didn’t have detergents, only soaps like White King, Rinso and Duz?
In those days, dish soap was Ivory Flakes and Ivory Snow. You washed clothes on a winger machine and hung clothes, including diapers, on a line. The leading bath soap was Life Buoy (it stopped B. O.), gas pumps had a 10 gallon bowl at the top and the gas, which was 19 cents or 20 cents a gallon, fed into your tank by gravity.
Oh yes, a Coca Cola bottle was only 6 ounces; Pepsi and RC Cola were 12 ounces and sold for 5 cents plus a 2 cent deposit for the bottle.