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Avoid Fatigue: Eat a Lunch that Packs a Punch! 1943
Published by the War Food Administration
United States Department of Agriculture
Gift of George M. Smith 1943
During World War II, responsible food habits were promoted as a contribution to the war effort by the U.S. government.
The Eat to Beat the Devil series published in 1942 by Servel, Inc., makers of the gas refrigerator, fostered the idea of “eating for victory” and promoted good nutrition as an expression of patriotism.
Eat to Beat the Devil 1942
Published by Servel, Inc.
Purchased through the John F. Fulton Fund 2007