This old hardboard box once held a product called Nukraft. The spreadable cheese contained milk-sugar and mineral salts and was claimed to be “Especially Good for Children” The cheese was made by Kraft-Phenix Chees Co. the same company that made Velveeta. The cardboard box, similar to ones used today for brie, was patented by the Smith-Lewis Fibre Can Corp, licensee of the National Paper Can Co. I believe this is from the late 1920’s – 1930’s.
It measures about 4 ½” in diameter by 1 ¼” high and it is in good condition with minimal wear and soiling. Some of the inner paper liner of the lid is torn and tattered.
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