Advert For Goodall's Household Specialities
Medium: Print on paper
This is the reverse of the leaflet.
Puddings were very popular in the 19th century, much more so than today and many believed that desserts could not be too rich or too sweet. Many households still made their own puddings but products like Goddard’s Blanc mange and custard powders would have been very popular with those that could afford to buy them as they were cheap, easy to make, and would have saved lots of time. Refrigeration was still difficult at this time, fridges were not a common feature in the home until after the First World War, so dried and powdered food was used regularly as these could be stored easily.