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Hunt's Foods. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1955) Hunt's Tomato Catsup on Steak. Funny thing about steak! Some people never use catsup on it. Other folks wouldn't eat steak without it. To the former, won't you enjoy Hunt's spicy, tart-sweet catsup on other foods? To the latter, blessings on you... and Hunt - for the best! The company was founded in 1888, in Sebastopol, California, as the Hunt Bros. Fruit Packing Co. by Joseph and William Hunt. The brothers relocated to nearby Santa Rosa in 1890, and then to Hayward in 1895. This small canning operation grew rapidly, focused on canning the products of California's booming fruit and vegetable industries. By 1941, the plant shipped a hundred million cans of soup, fruits, vegetables, and juices annually. Besides canned tomato sauce, the Hunts brand appears on tomato paste, diced, whole, stewed, and crushed tomatoes, spaghetti sauce, ketchup, barbecue sauce, canned potatoes, peaches and their Family Favorites line of canned recipe helpers. It also is the brand name appearing on Manwich brand sloppy joes products as well as Hunt's Snack Pack Pudding. Reddi-wip whipped cream was originally also under the Hunt's banner. In May 2010, Hunt's ketchup temporarily removed high fructose corn syrup from its ingredients. The new ingredients are "tomatoes, sugar, vinegar, salt and other seasonings". Sold in 1990 to agribusiness giant ConAgra Foods. Enjoy these vintage ads for Hunt's Foods while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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