PAINTED ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS - Index of Brands

Food: snacks and sweets

Meat
Bourret
Bouillon KUB
Loste
Maggi
Mullol
Olida

Cheese
Chambourcy
La vache qui rit
Port-Salut
Fromage Vignottes
Cookies
Brossard
Gamesa
Geslot-Voreux
LU
Dulces Mallorquina
Bica Pazo
Biscuits Pernot
Raja
Victoria
Chocolate
Chocolat d'Aiguebelle
Cémoi
Chocolat Menier
Chocolat Moreuil
Chocolat Poulain
Suchard

Ice Cream
Dairy Day
Go Cool
Havmor
Holanda
Vadilal
Sweets and snacks
Canteperdrix nouga
Mars
Ruffles chips
Sabritas chips

Other
Pâtes Arrighi
Soubry
Basmati Rice
Maizena
Biscottes Darry
Heudebert
Biscottes ???
Pans Company

Gdansk (Poland), IX.1999;
pict. A. Anselin
Ruffles
Faliste Chipsy (=undulated chips)

Ruffles is a Pepsico brand.

Tule (Mexico), V.2004;
pict. M. Chartier
Sabritas
is a line of potato snacks with a very good slogan A que no puedes comer sólo una or You can not eat only one once you have the package open.

Chondoresk (Armenia), 19.VIII.2002;
pict. A. Anselin

(RN75, France), XI.2000; pict. M. Chartier


Nouga
Canteperdrix D'Maffre
SISTERON

(Mexico), V.2004; pict. M. Chartier

Helados Holanda® goes back to 1927 when Francisco Alatorre opens an ice-cream parlour in Mexico City. People loved it and soon more outlets were needed. The brand was regis­tered as a trade mark at the end of 1938. Thanks to its franchising system Holanda became a great success and almost omnipresent in Mexico. The brand joined the Unilever family in 1997.

As the logo is of the year 2000 type, this must be a recent painting.

Bangalore (India), 16.IV.2010; pict. M. Tailly

Dairy Day is a rather young brand launched in 2003 by some people with a year long experience in the ice cream industry. The Dairy Classic Ice Creams company offers more than one hunderd varieties in all major South Indian cities.

Gujarat (India), 10.XI.2013;
pict. H. De Meyer

Havmor Ice Cream
since 1944

Both times with a Mango Dolly

Gujarat (India), 10.XI.2013;
pict. H. De Meyer

It was in 1944 Karachi (Pakistan) that Satish Chona started an ice cream shop in order to supplement his family's income. The brand gained some popularity but in 1947 — India and Pakistan were split — he was forced to move to India. He settled in Ahmedabad eventually and started business again with a handcart at the railway station.

Gujarat (India), 10.XI.2013;
pict. H. De Meyer

Go Cool Ice Cream

Gujarat (India), 10.XI.2013;
pict. H. De Meyer

Go Cool is a brand of Dharnendra Industries born in 1986 under the name of Dharnendra Icecream. Apart from ice cream the company is also into milk products, mineral water, castor oil and more.

Gujarat (India), 20.XI.2013; pict. H. De Meyer

Vadilal Ice Cream

It was in 1907 Ahmedabad that Vadilal Gandhi began a soda fountain. His son started a small outlet in 1927 and it was his heirs who grew the company big and ventured also into processed food, chemicals and more.
Just how Google has become synonymous with Search these days, Vadilal is synonymous with ice creams in India. says the brand's website (XII.2013).

Gujarat (India), 10.XI.2013; pict. H. De Meyer
Gujarat (India), 10.XI.2013; pict. H. De Meyer

Gujarat (India), 10.XI.2013; pict. H. De Meyer
Gujarat (India), 20.XI.2013; pict. H. De Meyer

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