“Does this cereal taste great? Who knows? But at least the box is cute.” — Crazy People (1990)
Do you know the difference between Quakers and Shakers?
In 1969, Quaker Oats owned Fisher-Price.
Quaker Oats paid for the production of the original Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
Quaker Oats is currently owned by PepsiCo.
The ad copy:
What the Quaker stands for
The Quaker on the outside of the Quaker Oats box guarantees the quality and purity of what is inside the box. He stands for an exclusive process — a different way of selecting and milling the oats — that brings it to your table clean and free from hulls.
Quaker Oats is easier to eat and to digest than any other rolled oats—a wholesome, satisfying food.
When you see the Quaker, therefore, remember that he is no mere trade-mark—he signifies, not only a different package, but a different food; a difference which has received world-wide recognition and approval.
Buy a package of Quaker Oats today, and you will realize, if you never have before,
What the Quaker Stands for —
The best and purest rolled oats made. Large package ten cents at all grocers.