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Medium: Acrylic & latex on wood.
The Chicken Dinner Bar had been a product of the Sperry Candy
Company, which was acquired by Pearson’s in 1962. The bar,
introduced during The Great Depression, was so called in reference
to President Herbert Hoover’s promise of “a chicken
in every pot”. The bar did not contain chicken or other
poultry products, but was, rather, a chocolate-covered nut roll.
Pearson’s discontinued the bar’s production after
the acquisition. Early TV commercials sang "Chick - Chick
- Chick - Chick - Chicken Dinner" similar to, and in the
cadence of a rooster crowing.
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