American Meat Institute Magazine Ads Package
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American Meat Institute! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 20 Magazine Ads in this package.
Products include: (1943) American Meat Industry 5-in-1 Ration. Provides a day's meal for five men. Contains such products as roast beef, ham and eggs, sliced bacon, meat and vegetable stew, fancy meat stew, sausage and egg powder, spaghetti and meat balls, corned beef. (1946) American Meat Institute. Meat at Christmas. Hang up the Christmas Holly, Ring out the Christmas Bells, Carve up the Christmas Roast. Accepted by The American Medical Association Council on Foods and Nutrition. 1945E The Great American Pork Chop. Makes it fun to get the proteins you need. (1950) American Meat Industry Packer. Meat packers largely depend on two things to earn a profit - top efficiency and fast turnover of a lot of dollars in buying livestock and selling it as meat and by-products. (1950) VIP Pig. The initials stand for the Very Important Porker, and, from wherever you sit, the pig is a very important critter indeed. (1950) American Meat Livestock Production. Where Meat is grown and Where Meat is eaten. (1987) James Garner Beef Kabobs. Recipe. Beef. Real Food For Real People. Beef Industry Council and Beef Board. (1950) American Meat Production. When Mama says "Come and get it," it doesn't mean the same thing at every table in every land. In Joe Stalin's bailiwick it means mostly beet soup and black bread - and that's all, Comrade! If Ivan Ivanovitch wants to keep up with the American Joneses and could find 11 pounds of a meat a week for his family of four, he'd have to work almost 35 hours to pay for it. (1950) American Meat Production in the West. Anytime Daniel Boone got hungry, he just up and shot the nearest wild critter that had meat on it. (1950) American Meat Packing Companies. 59 million pigs born on America's farms last spring are coming to market. (1950) American Meat Prices. 1000 lbs Steer = 600 lbs Beef = 540 lbs. Retail Cuts. (1957) Rib Roast. Why the Meat we like so well does us so much good. (1945) Merry Christmas From The Meat Industry. (1944) American Meat Industry Ground Beef. For hamburger or loaf has the right kind of proteins - and that's good eating flavor. (1944) A War Meat Meal. Appetizing Variety in Cold Cuts. (1944) American Meat Industry Pork Sausage. For breakfast, lunch or dinner. (1945) Meat Mankind's No 1 Protein Source. (1949) Nourishing Meat for Tempting Meals. Pork, Beef, lamb, Veal, Variety Meats, Sausage. And More!
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