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Andrews Liver Salts

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Andrews Liver Salt dates back to 1894, when provision importer Mr Scott and Mr Turner decided there was a future for the health-giving properties of their tonic. The name Andrews was adopted for the product as the Scott and Turner offices was close to St Andrew’s Church, in Newgate Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

The trademark Andrews Liver Salt was registered in 1909 and the product was soon exported all over the world.

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