70-Year-Old Fruitcake Hits Auction Block

This Kroger product was first purchased when FDR was president.
1:30 | 12/22/11

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I mean we find. -- Larry cheneys made some interesting finding his years of liquidating a state add to the list this seventy year old fruitcake found with the note dated 1971. Says this fruitcake. He is one of six purchased by the -- -- during Christmas week of 1941. During his thirty years of life the cake has traveled thousands of miles. It has been subjected to all types of climate conditions in stocks. We're moving again wish to return the -- to its original. Makers Grover company. The note is signed by EF helping of Cincinnati it turns out his Kroger store didn't want an old fruitcake but store manager frank Bates just couldn't throw it away. He decided to. -- -- -- -- Francs on -- 86 year old dad get rid of some things the fruitcake among them. Larry cheneys Claremont county company elite estates group is putting it back on the market. Ones on our website. And on your heart's content. Freer art 100% -- whatever you've been on this thing would -- here. The debate now to eat or not to 81941. -- it was a current product was made by growers in the old vacuum packed with wrong. So you know that Little -- -- right. Well I don't know we thought about it either either advertising like this are strongest ought to that -- -- -- acting weird stuff.

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