I remember this

Nestle Strawberry Quik powder flavoring for your milk. It came with a little plastic scoop.


The text and images used on the Fab and Rocket Lollies are iconic artwork as it has "zoom" making it out as if the noise is coming from the rocket. The image of the woman is also looking very as her hair is in a style.

I remember my mother having these and she let me try one, it was just like a square of fudge! Nice..

My mom used to eat these. Not sure she ever lost any weight with them. Sometimes we would sneak one b/c it was just like chocolate candy!

Anyone remember these? £1.20 for one of these with my ice cream chap I was robbed!

Screwball Ice-cream

Screwball ice cream: vanilla ice cream with colored gumball in the bottom of the plastic cup. This was my favorite ice cream truck treat!

dip dab retro sweets

Barratt Sherbet Dip Dab 10 Packs: sherbet dib dab , pack of sherbet with a lolly

MOTHERS PRIDE IN THE 60'S. The packaging has changed but Mother's Pride bread is still made by British Bakeries (part of Premier Foods) who also make Hovis and Nimble.

Mothers Pride sliced white bread wrapped in waxed paper - - oh I wish the bread still came in this waxed paper, it kept it so fresh. Mothers Pride bread was lovely too - toast with loads of Lurpak :)

Trebor Fruit Salads Black Jacks used to be 4 for a penny

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Trebor Fruit Salads & Black Jacks used to be 4 for a penny at Yellows sweet shop on the corner !

Who remembers frozen milk on the doorstep ? That was one of my best memories

The days of having your milk delivered on your doorstep in winter! My wife remembers this happening

Chewing nuts. Sometimes hard to chew but I would eat them all anyway

chewing nuts & they were hard, always perplexed at the name; which was because they looked like nuts & because they had 'nuts' of toffee in them - always had more chocolate on them which was preferable to me

imps liquorice -disgusting!!!!!!

LUNIK Strong Liquorice Imps Sweets RED Tin 40g - Liquirizia Menozzi De Rosa

Loved these

Super mousse, kind of ice cream meets moose. A popular treat.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=corona pop

Corona Fizzy Pop Drinks Corona fizzy drinks were produced in the UK from the to the late At their peak Corona had 87 factories across the UK. Corona was sold to The Beechams and later to Britvic plc.