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Credit card introduced in the UK in 1972
Chocolate bar originally manufactured by Rowntree-Mackintosh, now part of NestlÃ©.
1953--written by Paul Margulies
A play on the "World Wide Web"
On January 9, 2007 Apple Computer, Inc. changed their name to "Apple Inc."
Progress through technology
English beer, originally from Manchester, brewed for more than 200 years
Chocolate bar advertised by a sexual temptress on a tropical beach
Hair dye. "Does she or doesn't she? ...only her hairdresser knows for sure"
Duracell Batteries, 1990s
P & G dishwashing liquid first went on sale in the UK in 1960
Ford Motor Company, 1990s
...if you can be balanced while leaning far to the right.
Chocolate bar made by Cadbury - most popular in the UK, but also sold in the US
Safety razor manufacturer, purchased by Proctor & Gamble in 2005.
The Hoover vacuum cleaner, 1926
Caffeinated soft drink in Scotland - has .002% ammonium ferric citrate listed in the ingredients
Sold as Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes in the US.
Soft drink made by Coca-Cola and sold only in the UK and Ireland -- Once, a brand name of a home hair permanent wave solution in the US
Candy with a malt honeycomb center, made by Mars and most popular in the UK and Ireland
2010s "There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's MasterCard."
Also Treets and Minstrels
Sold in jars and distributed by Beechams until the company was sold to Cadbury/Schweppes
TV channel owned by Viacom.
Starburst was known as Opal Fruits in the UK and Ireland until 1998
Popular brand of tea in the UK
Playtex Cross-Your-Heart bra
1970s or 1980s on until the early 1990s, revived around 2002 or 2003
UK-based grocery and general merchandising retail chain
Eventually renamed as "Extra Strong Mints". So-named for the building in which they were made on St. Peter Street, in Forest Gate, London.
UK tropical fruit juice drink made by Gerber Foods Soft Drinks under the name Libby's
Slogan was later on "The Breakfast of Champions", including in the 1990s
2nd most read publication in the World, second only to the Bible.
Black tea produced by Taylors of Harrogate in the UK
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