Dating old spice bottles

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The milestone event in the containerized preservation of food was the development of the hermetically sealed container by the French inventor M.

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An example is his response to Digg founder Kevin Rose’s tweet that he was sick below: To date, Old Spice has uploaded a total of 205 videos (and counting) on their Youtube channel, which has garnered an impressive 7.8 million channel views, 83.2 million upload views with almost 125,000 subscribers.

Naturally, there is an Old Spice Twitter account and Facebook page (its blog isn’t quite updated, unfortunately).

By now, almost everybody plugged into social media (including my friends Ivan Chew, Kevin Lim, Siva and Lucian) would have heard of how Old Spice, a heritage toiletry brand (used by one’s granddad) managed to reinvent itself through the Old Spice Man Youtube channel.

The idea was developed by marketing agency Wieden Kennedy and involved the shooting of real-time marketing videos while leveraging on social media networks.

A: Growing up, I recall the spice cabinet (which also doubled as the frosting and sprinkle storage area) in my own home as, well, overwhelming. For example, a bottle of curry powder that's been around a questionable amount of time probably won't make you sick … Many folks abide by a "six-month rule" when it comes to discarding most spices. I certainly can't afford to replace all of mine twice a year.