Food of the Seventies

The food in this section are not STRICTLY 70s only food. We have food that were widely available for purchase DURING the 70s. This section was recently redesigned, so if you have any problems please let ChuckyG know.

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Carnation Breakfast Squares, Comment by Tracy on August 18, 2019 - Report this comment
I would buy cases upon cases of these as a way of traveling back through time. If I could get my hands on these, my brother would worship the ground I walked on.
Bat Juice, Comment by Rob Lambert on August 17, 2019 - Report this comment
Bat Juice soda was a regional product made in Tacoma, Washington by the Silver Springs Beverage Co. Sold in 10oz non-returnable bottles. 1973-76 was estimated production dateline. This came out years after the "Batman" TV cult craze. Distributed mainly in Oregon, Idaho and Washington State.
Ozark BBQ Potato Chips, Comment by Tapeworm on August 16, 2019 - Report this comment
Once I opened a bag of them and found a human toe. A HUUUUMAAAAAN TOOOOOOOOOOE!!!!!!!!
Bat Juice, Comment by Tapeworm on August 16, 2019 - Report this comment
It was made from real bats. They put dead bats in a giant juice squeezer and crushed out all the liquid. Then they cooked it or something, and made it fizzy. It was made from REEEAAALLL BAAAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTSSSS!
Prontos, Comment by Rob Lambert on August 14, 2019 - Report this comment
Prontos by Frito-Lay, 1975-83. In a "Welcome Back, Kotter" comic book, the 1077 CBS fall Saturday lineup. "The Skate Birds" with "Mystery Island" (Dr. Strange and Pops the robot) and "3 Robonic Stooges" cartoons. "Space Academy" with Jonathon Harris, his second series after "Lost In Space" (his first was "Uncle Croc's Block" with Charles Nelson Reilly). 1977 also had forgettable shows like "Wacko" and "What's New, Mister Magoo?" By then, the "Bugs Bunny-Road Runner Hour" was so chopped up (simulated violence) that they were no longer funny to watch.

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