Mrs. Butterworth's is an American brand of syrups and pancake mixes owned by
Pinnacle ... The reduction parallels the history of the same company's Log Cabin
Syrup. Originally containing two...
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Mrs. Butterworth is neither black nor white; she is in fact an anthropomorphised
syrup bottle. As a fictional, non-human character, she has no race. Nevertheless
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Dec 3, 2009 ... A vintage 1978 television ad for Mrs. Butterworth and her delicious syrup.
Estate item 1145 - 1960 to 1971 Aunt Jemima or Mrs. Butterworth's ... Further
History: The Davis Milling Company was renamed Aunt Jemima Mills in 1913.
Jun 19, 2012 ... The following brands feature fictitious people: Betty Crocker, Mrs. Butterworth,
Aunt Jemima, and Ronald McDonald. Some real people behind ...
Click for Mrs. Butterworth Web Site Mrs. Butterworth - The grandma-shaped bottle
with its label doubling as an apron that holds the golden goodness of Mrs.
Aug 4, 2009 ... Mrs. Butterworth is represented in commercials by a talking syrup ... The
company, Pinnacle Foods, makes no claim of any historical basis for ...
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