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#26 2009-08-01 17:29:16

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Re: You either love it or you hate it!

MichaelCoulthard wrote:

Harbour wrote:

Pawill is good.

Harbour why did you change it from the whole brother thing?

wikipedia wrote:

Vegemite was registered as a trademark in Australia that same year. The registration was later transferred to Kraft, a US multinational, which has maintained an interest in Vegemite since the 1920s. In 1919, New Zealand company Sanitarium began manufacturing a version of Vegemite's biggest competitor, Marmite, and shipping it to Australia.

Following a nationwide competition with a prize of £50 to find a name for the new spread, the name Vegemite was selected out of a hat by Fred Walker's daughter, Sheilah. Vegemite first appeared on the market in 1923 with advertising emphasising the value of Vegemite to children's health but failed to sell very well. Faced with growing competition from Marmite, from 1928 to 1935 the product was renamed as Parwill in order to make use of the advertising slogan, "Marmite but Parwill", a convoluted pun on words ie: "Ma [mother] might [like the taste] but Pa [father] will." This attempt to expand market share was unsuccessful and the name was changed back to Vegemite, unfortunately as Parwill it had lost market share and did not recover.

I didn't put the "r" in but hey. tongue

The daughters name was "Sheilah" - LOL.


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#27 2009-08-01 18:14:37

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Re: You either love it or you hate it!

Harbour wrote:

MichaelCoulthard wrote:

Harbour wrote:

Pawill is good.

Harbour why did you change it from the whole brother thing?

wikipedia wrote:

Vegemite was registered as a trademark in Australia that same year. The registration was later transferred to Kraft, a US multinational, which has maintained an interest in Vegemite since the 1920s. In 1919, New Zealand company Sanitarium began manufacturing a version of Vegemite's biggest competitor, Marmite, and shipping it to Australia.

Following a nationwide competition with a prize of £50 to find a name for the new spread, the name Vegemite was selected out of a hat by Fred Walker's daughter, Sheilah. Vegemite first appeared on the market in 1923 with advertising emphasising the value of Vegemite to children's health but failed to sell very well. Faced with growing competition from Marmite, from 1928 to 1935 the product was renamed as Parwill in order to make use of the advertising slogan, "Marmite but Parwill", a convoluted pun on words ie: "Ma [mother] might [like the taste] but Pa [father] will." This attempt to expand market share was unsuccessful and the name was changed back to Vegemite, unfortunately as Parwill it had lost market share and did not recover.

I didn't put the "r" in but hey. tongue

The daughters name was "Sheilah" - LOL.

Ah...

Why did you change your forum title from the brother thing?


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#28 2009-08-01 18:19:41

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Re: You either love it or you hate it!

I dunno - Didn't like it after second thoughts. tongue


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#29 2021-01-07 02:25:04

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Re: You either love it or you hate it!

Entiendo que muchas mujeres suelen estar muy molestas cuando descubren que son estériles, pero afortunadamente clomid precio , que puede ayudar a muchas mujeres.

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