1978 Lyons Quick Brew advert.
Quickbrew tea, like fruit and veg, is rich in antioxidants, which are powerful substances that can help your body look after itself. Antioxidants help mop up the bad molecules which enter our body through pollution, tobacco, smoke or sunlight and can damage our cells over time. Tea has been helping your body mop up bad molecules for over a hundred years.
1978 advert for Green Giant Corn
In Canada, where an important part of the population speaks French, the company sells canned vegetables under the Le Sieur brand instead of Le Sueur because “sueur” means sweat in French and it was not good marketing introducing sweat in food advertising. Le Sieur means “the Sir” in French and thus was a more appropriate name.
The Green Giant brand is also licensed out by General Mills for fresh produce, which is managed by Potandon Produce (potatoes and onions specifically) and The Sholl Group II (all other fresh produce).
een Giant Corn
info gleaned from Wikipedia
Carling brands are currently owned by the Molson Coors Brewing Company. In South Africa it is distributed by SABMiller.
Carling Black Label is the name of a brand of Canadian lager in Australia, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom and South Africa. In Sweden it is known as Carling Premier.