history of sweets
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Label, Club Cocoa, 1915-1920
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October 27, 2008 | 7 Comments
In the 19th century people first began to eat sweets in their modern form.
16th Century The Tudors eat sweet foods called sweetmeats, preserved fruit, gingerbread, sugared almonds and jelly. They also eat marzipan. 17th Century People start eating barley sugar, Pontefract cakes and ice cream.