Keep Calm and Carry On chocolate bars featured in Good Housekeeping!
Did you see our Keep Calm and Carry On chocolate bars in Good Housekeeping Magazine just in time for Valentines Day? I am thrilled to see the Keep Calm chocolate featured in Good Housekeeping which has been touting great products since May 2, 1885.
Did you know?
-Good Housekeeping magazine advocated for pure food as early as 1905, helping to lead to the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act.
-The advertising of cigarettes was prohibited in Good Housekeeping magazine in 1952, 12 years before the Surgeon General's warning labels were required on cigarette packs.
-During the 1930s, Good Housekeeping endorsed the Ludlow Amendment, which sought to require that any declaration of war, except in the event of an invasion, be ratified by a direct vote of the citizenry.
Keep Calm and Carry On Chocolate History
All of our Keep Calm and Carry On items come with a card telling the history of the WWII poster in the UK but the chocolates also tell the history of chocolate. It's interesting to learn about how chocolate was given to British troops in WWII. Chocolate is also helpful for the rest of us muddling thru winter and the ups and downs of daily life.
Be calm and give Keep Calm and Carry On candy bars to your favorite chocoholic. Keep Calm and Carry On is a good message for family, friends or lovers (both tried-and-true or budding relationships.) "All you need is love..." & CHOCOLATE! to keep calm and carry on.