Jordan’s and healthy cereals | The Foods that Make Billions
In the 1960's and '70's, healthy eating caught the eye of the British Jordan brothers who pounced on the new craze of granola.Tweet
Supermum and neo-traditionalism | Washes Whiter
The '80s embedded the idea of supermum who does it all, but despite progress away from traditional gender roles, a tendency to cling to a neo-traditionalism is expected in the '90s.
Role-reversal | Washes Whiter
In the '70s and '80s, advertisers tried to cash in on housewives having time for themselves away from the stresses of their daily tasks and eventually traditional role-reversal began.