Consumerism in 19th-century Britain - Deepstash

Consumerism in 19th-century Britain

In the late 19th-Century Britain, a variety of food became accessible to people who previously lived on bread and potatoes.

The improvement in food variety did not extend durable items to the people. The stores mainly served the urban middle-class, but the display of tempting products was greatly expanded.

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