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Life Savers Candy. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1946) Five-Flavor Pack Life Savers. (1946) Life Savers Merry-Go-Round, (1951) Life Savers Stik-O-Pep. (1930) Life Savers Letter from D. B. Garith, Providence, Rhode Island. LifeSavers candy was first created in 1912 by Clarence Crane, a Cleveland, Ohio, candy maker and father of the famed poet Hart Crane. In 1913 they were selling the mints known as Pep-O-Mint Lifesavers. By 1919, six other flavors (Wint-O-Green, Cl-O-ve, Lic-O-Riche, Cinn-O-Mon, Vi-O-Let and Choc-O-Late) had been developed, and these remained the standard flavors until the late 1920s. In 1920, a new flavor called Malt-O-Milk was introduced. In 1921, the company began to produce solid fruit drops. In 1925, technology improved to allow a hole in the center of the fruit candies. In 1981, Nabisco Brands Inc. acquired Life Savers Candy from the E.R. Squibb Corporation. 2012: LifeSavers celebrates 100 years. Enjoy these vintage ads for Life Savers Candy while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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