Food ephemera : Healthy eating. Box 7.
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Box file containing items of ephemera in acid free sleeves advertising health foods, health food and vegetarian restaurants, the first vitamin cafe, wholemeal bread and fruit juice from the 1920s. Includes a portrait of Eustace Miles. Companies include: Cheltenham Food Reform Depot, Energen Foods Co., the Food Reform Restaurant, Food Reform Company, Granose Foods Ltd., Health Service Supreme, Herbolite Ltd., International Health Association Ltd., J.A. Hoffels, Kellogg Company of Great Britain, New Health Society, Lyons Corner House, A. Nelson & Co. Ltd., E. & F. Newall, Ltd., Proctor & Gamble's Fibre-sure extra fibre drink and powder, the Pure Lemon Juice Company, Ltd., Quinnette Products and Vita Products Ltd., Healthy eating books from Hertfordshire library service, food allergy, calcium and bone health, diabetes, eggs, calorie content, food and mental health, balanced diet, breakfast, heart health, physical activity, obesity, malnutrition, quantity control, reference intakes, salt, dietary supplements, sweeteners, vegetarian diet, vitamins, minerals, probiotics, garlic, 10 cards in a series 'Making fruit & veg the easy choice. DOH five a day' (NHS) : sweetcorn, apples, tomatoes, peaches, bananas, pineapple, garlic, carrots, cauliflower and pears.