Swiss Miss History
Anthony R. Sanna left Sicily when he was 13. It was the 1890s and he headed for New York alone on a ship. Armed with only a third-grade education when he arrived, he eventually became a national authority on dairy activities. His sons developed several dried milk and dairy products, based on their father's patents, and the government was a huge customer during World War II.
In the '50s, they added sugar and cocoa to their dry mixes and developed one of the first full-flavored dry cocoa mixes. Swiss Miss originally was served across America's skies to airline passengers. Frequent fliers took a liking to the cocoa, and when they began to look for it in grocery stores, the Sanna family was more than happy to accommodate them.
Swiss Miss Milk Chocolate
Sold as a case of 12/10 count boxes