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Nestle Klim Hi-Calcium Milk (1998) - Taiwanese Ad
Nestle Klim Hi-Calcium Milk (1998) - Taiwanese Ad
Published: 2017/02/01
Channel: PastMeetsPresent
Klim Nestle Dry Milk
Klim Nestle Dry Milk
Published: 2017/02/05
Channel: Travel Jay
Nestlé Klim  Women of Strength
Nestlé Klim Women of Strength
Published: 2016/04/02
Channel: Avinash Namadhari
Nestle KLIM Activation by Asiatica Communications
Nestle KLIM Activation by Asiatica Communications
Published: 2014/09/24
Channel: Asiatica Communications
Comercial Nestlé Klim 3+ FortiLearn Colombia 2017
Comercial Nestlé Klim 3+ FortiLearn Colombia 2017
Published: 2017/05/08
Channel: PublicidadEnLineaCol
Nestle Cereals adv
Nestle Cereals adv
Published: 2016/11/11
Channel: Olga Shchelokova
Milk ... klim?
Milk ... klim?
Published: 2015/02/22
Channel: 吉川敬
#HoyPorLaAlimentación - KLIM®
#HoyPorLaAlimentación - KLIM®
Published: 2013/10/16
Channel: Nestlé Colombia
Milk Powder Burfi Recipe | Easy Burfi Recipe | Diwali Sweets Recipe | How to Make Milk Powder Burfi
Milk Powder Burfi Recipe | Easy Burfi Recipe | Diwali Sweets Recipe | How to Make Milk Powder Burfi
Published: 2016/10/15
Channel: Nehas Cookhouse
Nestle TVC Klim Rev Final TVC 2 July 30
Nestle TVC Klim Rev Final TVC 2 July 30
Published: 2016/05/18
Channel: David Mc
Nestlé Nutrition Institute (South Asia) - What is New?
Nestlé Nutrition Institute (South Asia) - What is New?
Published: 2013/11/13
Channel: NNISouthAsia
Nestlé KLIM Milk
Nestlé KLIM Milk
Published: 2013/01/15
Channel: Klim Arabia
#CadaMamáEsUnaRecetaÚnica - KLIM®
#CadaMamáEsUnaRecetaÚnica - KLIM®
Published: 2013/08/20
Channel: Nestlé Colombia
KLIM AVENA PLUS
KLIM AVENA PLUS
Published: 2016/08/05
Channel: Shakiell Food Stylist
Nestlé presenta a los SuperBebés
Nestlé presenta a los SuperBebés
Published: 2015/08/06
Channel: Comienzo Sano Vida Sana
KLIM® RECUERDOS
KLIM® RECUERDOS
Published: 2016/05/09
Channel: Nestlé Centroamérica
Klim Avena Plus con sabores a canela y vainilla Nestlé
Klim Avena Plus con sabores a canela y vainilla Nestlé
Published: 2014/10/01
Channel: VideosDeTodo4
Consejos de la chef NESTLÉ® - Recetas KLIM®
Consejos de la chef NESTLÉ® - Recetas KLIM®
Published: 2013/10/16
Channel: Nestlé Colombia
César Iván Alarcón-YoyoMania Nestlé-Equipo KLIM
César Iván Alarcón-YoyoMania Nestlé-Equipo KLIM
Published: 2015/08/16
Channel: Cesar Alarcon
KLIM® 1+ FORTIPROTECT® con Prebio 1.
KLIM® 1+ FORTIPROTECT® con Prebio 1.
Published: 2011/06/02
Channel: KLIMColombia
Klim
Klim
Published: 2011/07/01
Channel: Murdoc
Nestle KLIM Gesture Game by Asiatica Communications
Nestle KLIM Gesture Game by Asiatica Communications
Published: 2014/09/24
Channel: Asiatica Communications
Trineo KLIM ®
Trineo KLIM ®
Published: 2013/12/23
Channel: KLIMColombia
Trineo KLIM ®
Trineo KLIM ®
Published: 2013/12/23
Channel: KLIMColombia
Nestle Brand Activation Summer 2015
Nestle Brand Activation Summer 2015
Published: 2016/05/26
Channel: FotografulTAU theSTUDIO
Nestle Klim Fortificida
Nestle Klim Fortificida
Published: 2017/01/23
Channel: Europe Beherschen
Trineo KLIM ®
Trineo KLIM ®
Published: 2013/12/23
Channel: KLIMColombia
KLIM BURFEE (INDIAN FUDGE) - Indian Sweetmeats
KLIM BURFEE (INDIAN FUDGE) - Indian Sweetmeats
Published: 2011/12/15
Channel: proudlyindian007za
Animatic Klim Jardin 35s
Animatic Klim Jardin 35s
Published: 2014/07/11
Channel: Michael Reyes
Batido de mora con banano - KLIM® 1+ FORTIPROTECT®.
Batido de mora con banano - KLIM® 1+ FORTIPROTECT®.
Published: 2016/09/20
Channel: KLIMColombia
Making Tools From Milk Tins | Revealed: The Great Escape | Yesterday
Making Tools From Milk Tins | Revealed: The Great Escape | Yesterday
Published: 2016/03/17
Channel: UKTV
Trineo KLIM ®
Trineo KLIM ®
Published: 2013/12/23
Channel: KLIMColombia
KLIM® Forticrece Deslactosada
KLIM® Forticrece Deslactosada
Published: 2017/08/31
Channel: Nestlé Centroamérica
Leche Klim 123
Leche Klim 123
Published: 2009/04/09
Channel: Monica Castro Betancourt
Reseña Lanzamiento Campaña Nesquik & Klim
Reseña Lanzamiento Campaña Nesquik & Klim
Published: 2012/06/14
Channel: HuellasFootprints
Klim te regala un recipiente GRATIS Escoge bienestar escoge Nestlé
Klim te regala un recipiente GRATIS Escoge bienestar escoge Nestlé
Published: 2014/03/25
Channel: RapiGangas2
¡Únete al equipo KLIM®!
¡Únete al equipo KLIM®!
Published: 2015/08/13
Channel: Nestlé Colombia
KLIM® 1+ FORTIPROTECT® - Alimento Lácteo.
KLIM® 1+ FORTIPROTECT® - Alimento Lácteo.
Published: 2015/08/11
Channel: KLIMColombia
KLIM® AVENA PLUS
KLIM® AVENA PLUS
Published: 2016/05/23
Channel: Nestlé Centroamérica
Arroz con Leche -  LA LECHERA® Colombia
Arroz con Leche - LA LECHERA® Colombia
Published: 2016/11/04
Channel: LA LECHERA Colombia
Higher Milk Powder Prices
Higher Milk Powder Prices
Published: 2013/06/24
Channel: Formosa EnglishNews
KLIM   Event Milk
KLIM Event Milk
Published: 2016/08/20
Channel: Stuentilvenstre
La canción de Martín Comercial tierno de Klim
La canción de Martín Comercial tierno de Klim
Published: 2014/06/20
Channel: VideosDeTodo
KLIM Forticrece - Promoción vasos Animal Planet
KLIM Forticrece - Promoción vasos Animal Planet
Published: 2017/07/22
Channel: Nestlé Centroamérica
Dana as the KLIM Woman of Strength
Dana as the KLIM Woman of Strength
Published: 2013/03/20
Channel: Dana Dajani
Dry MilkNestle Klim Fortificida
Dry MilkNestle Klim Fortificida
Published: 2017/01/23
Channel: Travel Jay
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Published: 2015/07/02
Channel: tony roux
Taiwan Bans Nestle Products
Taiwan Bans Nestle Products
Published: 2008/10/04
Channel: NTDTV
klim
klim
Published: 2008/12/25
Channel: karenhsu1974
Nestle a+milk
Nestle a+milk
Published: 2012/10/27
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Klim advertisement in 1920

Klim (stylized as KLIM) is a brand of powdered milk sold by Nestlé, which acquired it in 1998 from Borden. Klim is sold worldwide, Early ads featured the slogan "Spell it backwards."[1][2]

History[edit]

Klim was developed as a dehydrated whole-milk powder for use in the tropics, where ordinary milk tended to spoil quickly. It soon became a staple of scientific explorers, geologists, soldiers, and other jungle travelers who needed a lightweight dry ration that would keep for several days in high heat and humidity, even when decanted from its container.

In 1920 Klim was a product of Merrell-Soule Company of Syracuse, New York[3][4] which in 1907 had improved the spray-drying method patented by Robert Stauf in 1901 by starting with condensed milk instead of regular milk.[5] In 1927 Borden acquired Merrell-Soule gaining the Klim brand and None Such Mincemeat, both already made popular worldwide.[6]

During World War II, Klim was initially adopted as part of the U.S. Army Jungle ration.[7] As one officer noted, "That quite dense milk powder kept safely for years if its stout can was unopened, and for at least a week in jungle heat if taken out and kept in a waterproof bag".[7] Klim was later issued by the Red Cross to prisoners of war, particularly those held in German prison camps, in order to increase caloric intake.

According to British author J. G. Ballard, Klim was included in American relief supplies dropped over Shanghai, China, and the surrounding countryside following the Japanese surrender in August 1945. As a teenager, Ballard had been interned for two years and five months in the Lunghua Civilian Assembly Center. The cans of powdered milk, along with tinned SPAM, chocolate bars, and cartons of Lucky Strike cigarettes, are mentioned in Ballard's novel, Empire of the Sun, and his autobiography, Miracles of Life.

Klim was also found in other theatres – for example in the Burma Campaign, where troops retreating from the Japanese invasion found tins of Klim in deserted villages. These proved very useful and provided much needed sustenance.

Klim cans were approximately four inches in diameter and three inches deep. The metal in the cans could be fashioned into a variety of different tools and other useful items such as scoops and candle holders. Klim cans were instrumental in the escape attempt from Stalag Luft III. In the book Under The Wire, William Ash and Brendan Foley tell how World War II prisoners of war removed the bottoms from the tins and hooked them together to form airtight pipes to provide air while digging escape tunnels. Scavenged Klim cans were used in the construction of the extensive ventilation ducting in three tunnels that lead out of the prison camp. One former prisoner at Stalag Luft III, Charles Huppert, told how prisoners became expert at turning tin cans into tools. Huppert said, "We used Klim tins for everything that we made, because you could cut the ends out, and have a large piece of tin to work with. You can straighten that out flat, and make a ... join them together in a locked joint, such as this, and take your wooden mallet and hammer them down. Then you take your backside of a knife and bear down on that, with a lot of pressure on both sides of that crimp, so that the tin will not separate, in order to make the tools that are used in the tunnels: the digging tools, the funnels, and the lamps to give light."[8]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The school lunch: its organization and management in Philadelphia, By Emma Smedley]
  2. ^ JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, Volume 76
  3. ^ Advertiser (1920-06-05). "Try a KLIM SHAKE at the Soda Fountain" (JPEG). The Saturday Evening Post. Retrieved 2009-07-13. 
  4. ^ Advertiser (1920-04-10). "The Producer and Her Finest Product". The Saturday Evening Post. 
  5. ^ Coulter, S. T. (1956). "Dry Milk Manufacture" (PDF). Journal of Dairy Science. 39 (6). pp. 843–846. Retrieved 2009-07-13. 
  6. ^ Unknown. "Borden, Inc. -- Company History" (HTML). Funding Universe. Retrieved 2009-07-13. 
  7. ^ a b Kearny, Cresson H., Jungle Snafus...And Remedies, Oregon Institute (1996), p. 289
  8. ^ NOVA transcript of Great Escapes, PBS Airdate: November 16, 2004

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