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Why use eggs for custard, particularly in these days of War-scarcity and dearness? BIRD’S Custard differs from egg custard only in its form of nutriment. The refined albumen in which BIRD’S Custard is so rich, produces a natural digestible Custard which never disagrees. Bird Nutritious CustardNO is as delicate and refined as cream for serving with all kinds of stewed fruit. With this and every form of boiled pudding, it is delicious, and goes far to replace the War-time lack of sweetening.-Sold in pkts, boxes and large tins. I I’ , 1, ,