Marmite wall calendar 2025. Are you a lover or Hater?

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Marmite wall calendar 2025. Are you a lover or Hater?

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Marmite wall calendar 2025. The calendar that asks the eternal question. Are you a lover or hater?

A3 (297 x 420 mm) 2025 wall calendar featuring Vintage Marmite Adverts.
Printed in full colour throughout on 150 gsm quality coated paper.
12 monthly pages plus front and back cover.
Wire bound with hook.
Cellophane wrapped.
Delivered in robust ‘do not bend’ envelopes.

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MARMITE CALENDAR 2025 CALENDAR
WHO ARE YOU?

THE CALENDAR THAT ASKS THE ETERNAL QUESTION.

Are you a lover or hater? 2025

A3 wall calendar. The product featured in this unique calendar has been loved and hated in all circles for more than 100 years, was actually discovered by chance by a German scientist, living in England, called Justus Liebig.

In the late 19th Century Liebig stumbled across the delicious/dubious realisation that brewer’s yeast could be concentrated then eaten. Yum yum or urgh urgh.

Not long after, in 1902, the Marmite Food Company was founded in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire – a place where the raw ingredients were readily available from the town’s many breweries.

The controversial condiment was named after a French cooking pot, because British Marmite was originally supplied in earthenware vessels of a similar shape.

Since the 1920s, Marmite has been sold in its distinctive brown bulbous glass jars, with a picture of a marmite pot printed on the red and yellow label a reminder of the origins of its name.

The jar is brown because exposure to light destroys some of the vitamin B’s that help make Marmite a health-giving product.

It is worth noting; the iconic jar is flat on every side, so when the jar is near on being empty, simply store it on one of the flat sides making it easy for you to scrape the last delicious dregs for yourself and share with friends to enjoy.
Alternatively scrape the last brown dregs and serve it to someone you dislike and who hates Marmite.

Love or hate what a unique & wonderful historical culinary condiment calendar to hang in your home displaying 100 years of British love and hate.

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