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Delicious Propaganda: 12 Fascinating Government Food Posters
The Basic Seven, 1945
The USDA promoted seven food groups, known as the Basic Seven, during the war years (note the “U.S. Needs Strong” war emblem in the middle). This poster marked the beginning of USDA food guides that used a graphic format and illustrations of food to get the message across. “This graphic was one in a long series of switching the number of groups and organizing them in different ways,” Nestle says.
In a sign of the times, butter and margarine were their very own food group. “Obesity was not an issue,” says Nestle. (This section was removed from food group posters in 1956). And if the fruit and vegetable groupings seem strange, it’s because they were organized around their vitamin content. Oranges, tomatoes and grapefruits were grouped together because they all have vitamin C; vitamin A-rich green and yellow vegetables formed a separate group.
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