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Found at Wishbook's flickr photo stream.
Posted at 06:06 AM in Advertising from the 1940s, Vintage Ads, Vintage Food Advertising | Permalink
If I'm correct, the usual method of "making" cocoa in those days involved making a paste of cocoa powder and sugar with a little milk, and then mixing it into the hot milk. Kraft's method may have been easier.
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