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A wheel-chart (pie-chart), the seven sectors of which show seven different types of food which need to be combined in a balanced diet. Colour lithograph, 1943.

United States. Department of Agriculture.
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[1943]
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The sectors of the wheel are: Group one: green and yellow vegetables; Group two: oranges, tomatoes and grapefruit; Group three: potatoes and other vegetables and fruits; Group four: milk and milk products; Group five: meat, poultry, fish or eggs; Group six: bread, flour and cereals; Group seven: butter and fortified margarine

Publication/Creation

[Washington, D.C.?] : U.S. Department of Agriculture, [1943] ([Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Government Printing Office)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 71 x 55.7 cm

Lettering

For health--eat some food from each group--every day! In addition to the basic 7--eat any other foods you want. U.S. Government chart. U.S. Department of Agriculture

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 679444i

Lettering note

Bears G.P.O. reference no.: 1943-O-525965

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