1900-1950- Many Americans were copying the fancy spreads Queen Victoria made. While this was going on, supposed health-food expert Dr. Kellogg was creating a meat alternative, corn flakes. C.W Post, a former patient, quickly rivaled him when Grape Nuts was introduced.
1911-1917- Right before, and during World War I , butter and eggs were in short supply, so Crisco offered an alternate to making caked during the war
1920-1950. They include dairy-free cheeses like Velveeta, canned foods, Jell-o, Kool-Aid, margarine, non-dairy whipped cream and frozen foods
1930- For the very first time, Margraine sales are higher than butter.
1937- Cottonseed oil consumption exceeds coconut oil for the first time, and continues in this pattern.
1940’s- Peanut butter is economical, popular, and a common food for soldiers during World War 2. Processed cheese is what Americans now eat. Traditional real cheese making has become less popular