If you’ve ever wondered what eating what like way back in history, well the WWII 1943 Food Wheel can answer all your burning questions. If you thought that perhaps they used a bit more butter, you’d be correct. Not only was butter a heavily used ingredient in the WW1-WWII era, but it had its very own food group!
According to the WWII 1943 Food Wheel, butter was a food group that was instrumental to any healthy lifestyle in the 1940s. With all the ‘I can’t believe its not butter’ and other margarine products that exist today, society sure has come a long way from 1940s nutritional thinking.
Along with the butter nutritional category, the WWII 1943 Food Wheel features six other categories, and has center text that reads "U.S needs us strong. Eat the basic 7 every day."
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