Coca-Cola was originally advertised as a brain tonic to relieve headaches and exhaustion. At the time, the US was in the midst of an anti-alcohol movement
Nutella has often been criticized for using palm oil, the brand insists only 100% sustainable palm oil that can be traced back to the mills mainly in Malaysia is used.
By 1896 Heinz sold more than 60 different products and began exporting globally from 1907. In 2020, it was estimated around 15 million people in the UK alone used Heinz ketchup.
In 1995 Pringles went international, which more flavors, so consumers were treated to everything from prawn cocktail and serrano ham to seaweed and even blueberry.
when they were first introduced in the UK in 1937 it was to replace the much-loved Chocolate Crisp. It could no longer be produced in wartime due to milk shortages,
The first Pepsi was created by pharmacist Caleb Bradham in a bid to replicate the recent success of Coca-Cola. He named his new drink Brad's Drink and sold it out of his pharmacy in 1893.
Doritos tortilla chips have been around since 1964 when Frito-Lay’s marketing vice president discovered the snack at Disneyland in California.
The world's favorite coffee, as described by Nescafé itself, was first launched in Switzerland in 1938 after Nestlé was challenged to help preserve the surplus coffee beans in Brazil.
Cadbury received its Royal Warrant from Queen Victoria in 1854, but the company went into decline until the introduction of chocolate Easter eggs and better-quality cocoa beans.
The sweet energy drink known for its hefty caffeine content was launched in 1987 in Austria, taking inspiration from a Thai drink Krating Daeng,