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.

Are you an 70s food expert or just totally baffled by a leftover 70s food item in your possession? We have a page for Unknown 70s Food when you can send in your pictures, or help others identify their unknown food items.

I also have a page about this for the 80s and 90s.

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Spoon Candy, Comment by Tom S. of Claremont on August 01, 2021 - Report this comment
Someone just asked me what it was & I responded, "Spoon Candy was a delicious, dessert that appeared briefly in America in the early (or mid?) 1970s, then God decided it was too good for Earth's humans and moved it to a restaurant in Heaven. Those of us who enjoyed this pudding --topped by liquid chocolate that hardened in the fridge-- will conclude our first Heavenly meal with, 'I'd like the spoon Candy, please.'"
Teddy Bear Ice Cream Bars or Brownie Bars, Comment by Doris Glover on July 31, 2021 - Report this comment
Absolutley loved "Jets" - they were orange sherbert covered with chocolate on a stick; grew up in Southern Ontario, St. Catharines to be exact in the 60's. They were the best.
Different Kinds Of Pepsi, Comment by Rob Lambert on July 30, 2021 - Report this comment
From the prime time TV vault, the commercial variant of a helicopter unloading a Pepsi vending machine on a beach. Bikini-clad girls grab all the Diet Pepsi bottles. This aired during "Hootenanny" on ABC (12/14/63). Lucky Strike cigarettes, One A Day vitamins, Alka Seltzer, Beech Nut gum and Philco TV sets among other sponsors. Network promos for "The Fugitive" and "Patty Duke Show." Episode includes one of Glenn Yarborough's last appearances with the Limelighters folk group. Host Jack Linkletter interviews Woody Allen. The British Invasion and a repetitive troupe of performers (backlash from the Pete Seeger/Communism issue) spelled out "Hootenanny's" end after 16 months.


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