National Geographic : 1922 Jun
If the Pilgrim Fathers Could Have Found Post Toasties! The value of parched corn as a food was learned 300 years ago, and this knowledge helped to sustain a settlement on "the stern and rock bound coast." Today, any grocery store sells, and any table, however humble, may have, a food produced from corn, which the Pilgrim Fathers would have prized as delicious beyond all description Post Toasties, crisp and savory flakes of toasted corn-famed around the world as a food delicacy. Post Toasties represent the perfection of corn-flakes processing. Their flavor, crispness and texture are universally recognized as superior. A bowl of Post Toasties, with cream or milk, at breakfast or lunch, is a feast of real American privilege. The Pilgrim Father was three hundred years away from Post Toasties-you are as near as your nearest grocer. And if you specify Post Toasties by name in ordering, you are sure of the superior corn flakes. POST TOASTIES -always in good taste Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich.