It turns out that grocery chains are a wealth of trademarks. Most of them have multiple store brands, and many have even had different brands for the same product over the years. Last week’s Kroger Kwick Krisp Bacon had some classic 1930′s style commercial art — very geometric. On this Meat Monday, we look at some of the other store brands used for bacon.
A&P Super-Right Bacon
American Stores/Acme Lancaster Brand Bacon
Frankford Quaker Shop n Bag Bacon
Winn-Dixie Streaky Bacon
HEB Ranch Country Brand Bacon
Foodtown Circle-F Bacon
Kroger Country Club Bacon
Kroger Serve’n'Save Bacon
Piggly Wiggly Super-Taste Bacon
Piggly Wiggly Golden Best Bacon
Super Tru Bacon (independent stores)
In our third and final installment of salami brands, we explore the stranger side of advertising meat.
Did they seriously use this image for their advertising because the cartoon chef’s nose looks a lot like a salami?
Can’t sleep, the clowns might eat me…Oh, wait, the roles are reversed! Now you can eat the evil clowns! Mwahahahaha!
Salami for the fit, the sexy, the fun…salami for your athletic life: Sport Salami.
This makes me think two things simultaneously – the founder of this business was so proud of his wares that he put his face on all of them, and that this logo still looks creepy.