Foods of the 19th and 20th Century
The following is a list of some of the foods introduced to the market in the 19th and 20th century, by decade.
1870. The first US food trademark is issued to William Underwood & Co., for deviled ham. Nestle Infant Milk Food, Margerine, B&M Baked Beans, Heinz ketchup, Log Cabin syrup, Aunt Jemima pancake flour, Tootsie Rolls, Cracker Jacks, Coca Cola
1900 Hershey Chocolate Bars, Hills Bros. Ground Vacuum Packed Coffee, Barnum's Animal Crackers by Nabisco, Pepsi Cola, Campbell's Pork and Beans, Dr. Pepper, French's Mustard, Ovaltine, Kellogg's Corn Flakes, Hershey Kisses, Crisco Oil, Sanitas cornflakes by Kellogg.
1910 Hellman's Blue Ribbon Mayonnaise, Oreos, Peppermint Life Savers, Kellogg's 40% Bran Flakes, Clark Bar, Marshmallow Fluff, Moon Pie, Sun Maid Raisins, Diamond Walnuts, Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce, Hellman’s Macaroni, Prince Macaroni, Oreo Biscuits, Lorna Doone cookies, Quaker’s Puffed Rice and Puffed Wheat, Peppermint Life Savers, Mazola corn oil.
1920 Baby Ruth Candy Bar, Wonder Bread, Yoo-Hoo Chocolate Drink, Reese's Peanut Butter Cup , Welch's Grape Jelly, Popsicles, Wheaties, Hostess Cakes, Kool-Aid, Peter Pan Peanut Butter, Velveeta Cheese, Nathan’s Famous Frankfurters, “Mr. Peanut”, Orange Crush soda, Starkist Seafood, Clark Bars.
1930 Hostess Twinkies, Snickers Candy Bar, Fritos Corn Chips, Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup, Ritz Crackers, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner, Spam, Lay's Potato Chips.
1940 M&Ms, Dannon Yogurt, La Choy Canned Chinese Foods, Minute Maid Frozen Orange Juice, Cheetos, V8 Juice, Pillsbury and General Mills cake mixes, Sara Lee Cheesecake.
1950 Sugar Pops, Swanson and Sons Frozen Turkey TV dinner, Mrs. Paul's Frozen Fish Sticks, Eggo Frozen Waffles, Butterball Turkey, Imperial Margarine, Sweet 'N Low, Tang. Fast food chains are born: Kentucky Fried Chicken in Salt Lake City, Burger King in Miami, and Little Caesars in Michigan.
1960 Diet Rite, Tab and Diet Pepsi, Pop-Tarts, Cool Whip, Shake 'N Bake, Gatorade, Pringles Potato Chips, High-fructose corn syrup.
1970 Hamburger Helper, Orville Redenbacher Gourmet Popping Corn, Quaker Oats 100% Natural granola, Snapple fruit juices, Miller Lite, Famous Amos Chocolate Chip cookies, Perrier.
1980 Fruit Roll-Ups, Lean Cuisine frozen dinners, Scramblers, New Coke, Campbell's Special Request soups, Snapple bottled iced tea.
1990 Harvest Burger, Progresso Healthy Classics soups, SnackWell's cookies and crackers, Fruitopia drinks, Lay's Baked Potato Crisps, Frito-Lay WOW! fat-free potato chips.
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