Food of the Seventies, Hoodsie Cups

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Hoodsie Cups are still around today, but whatever happened to the little individually wrapped wooden spoons???
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Joblotjohn - January 25, 2016 - Report this comment
I remember Dixie Cups, same idea but I lived in the Midwest. I saw Hoodsie Cups when I moved to the northeast.
Rob Lambert - October 26, 2017 - Report this comment
The Hood Dairy Co. made the ice cream Hoodsie Cups (since 1947). Primarily a New England area product, city printed on (3oz.) cup was Suffield, Conn. Discontinuation of wood spoons was either economical or environmental.

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