Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 1, 1934 · Page 33
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 33

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1934
Page 33
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GA/BTl'lS © © A scientifically bnfsctl, delicious bread with an abundance of ^Vitamin B' s . . . . ordinarily lacking in the daily diet. As the exclusive licensee of the Zucker- Columbia process, we are proud to offer for the first time in this community, "VITAMIN D" BREAD containing a. natural '^Vitamin D" extracted directly from pure cod liver oil--the riches t- tnown source of this vitamin. What does this mean to mothers? It means that one essential element generally lacking in the everyday diet-the bone-developing, rickets-preventing "Vitamin D"--can now he had in every loaf of "VITAMIN D" BREAD. It means that children and adults can receive a helpful amount of this important dietary element regularly hy eating our "VITAMIN D" BREAD. It means that growing children can now get the benefit of the bone-and-too th- developing qualities of cod liver oil-without having to take the oil itself. For every loaf contains the natxiral "Vitamin. D" equivalent of two teaspoonfuls of standard cod liver oil--the tasteless, odorless vital element, minus the oil. "VITAMIN D" BREAD tastes the same as our regular bread. Toasting or making into dessert forms will not diminish its "Vitamin D" content. This revolutionary step in bread-making, made possible- by a process developed by Dr. Theodore F. Zucker in. the labor- atories of Columbia University, makes "VITAMIN D" BREAD unlike any bread that you have ever eaten-- all the goodness of selected ingredients and modern baking facilities plus the exclusive and liberal addition of the natural "Vitamin D", so highly important to the well-being of children. Today, when vou buy bread for your family, buy "VITAMIN D" BREAD-- on sale every- zVIXiMIN * WO®. NATURES OWN* PFAFF BAKING CO.

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