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Part of the reason sugar was such a selling point of pre-sugared cereals is that it was rationed during the war, and continued to be rationed quite a bit after. It was a luxury good, and in a way a touchstone that said that WWII was well and truly over.
This trope should be called "Apart From This Complete Breakfast".
Wait, what? How did bacon "get its start" by being marketed as part of a complete breakfast?
Wasn't bacon around for hundreds of years prior to even the 'concept' of "marketing"?
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