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Vintage Pure Powdered Eggs Tin Ministry of Food WW2

Vintage Pure Powdered Eggs Tin Ministry of Food WW2

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Great dried eggs tin that is perfect for flowers, brushes or cutlery.
Produced in 1942 dried egg powder was the response of the government to a wartime shortage of fresh eggs. Dried egg powder became available in 1942 (fresh eggs were rationed in June 1942) and it was used to supplement the egg allowance while rationing was in place. Dried egg powder came from America. A tin of it contained the equivalent of a dozen eggs and was “extra to your regular egg ration”. Among others uses, dried eggs could be used to make scrambled eggs or in a cake mixture.

Measure 11cm x 7.5cm

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