Food & History: October 15

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Food & History: October 15 1895  Henry D. Perky receives the US for Shredded Wheat. 1959  Super Celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse born in Fall River, […]

Food & History: October 10

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Food & History: October 10 1796  The traditional date of the creation of the metric system. 1892  Earle Dickson born, he invented Band-Aids for his […]

Food & History: October 8

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Food & History: October 8 1901  The “Domino” sugar trademark registered. 1906  Harry G. Day born. He helped introduce fluoride into toothpaste. 1945  Patent for […]

Food & History: October 5

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Food & History: October 5 1983  Earl Silas Tupper dies, the inventor of Tupperware containers. 2007  Topps, one of the largest makers of frozen hamburgers, […]

Food & History: October 1

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Food & History: October 1 1907  The Plaza Hotel opens at the corner of Central Park South and Fifth Avenue in New York City. 1924  […]

Food & History: September 28

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Food & History: September 28 1725  Irish brewer Arthur Guinness born. 1895  French scientist Louis Pasteur dies.  He developed the process for killing these organisms […]

Food & History: September 25

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Food & History: September 25 1985  William Cumming Rose dies, the American biochemist who established the importance of the 8 essential amino acids in human […]

Food & History: September 24

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Food & History: September 24 2013  Burger King introduces ‘Satisfries’, a crinkle-cut french fry with 20% fewer calories than regular fries. Most franchises opted not […]

Food & History: September 15

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Food & History: September 15 1885 Constantin Fahlberg receives a patent for the artificial sweetener Saccharin (Sweet’n Low). 1981  The USDA announces that ketchup could […]

Food & History: September 14

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Food & History: September 14 2006  US FDA reports an outbreak of E. Coli suspected from fresh spinach. More than 200 people fell ill in 22 […]

Sunscreen Ban

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Aruba to Ban Sunscreen With Oxybenzone Last week the government of Aruba announced sunscreens containing oxybenzone will be banned on the island as of 2019 because […]

Food & History: September 10

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Food & History: September 10 2001  The first case of mad cow disease reported in a dairy cow in Japan. Please follow and like us:

Food & History: August 11

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Food & History: August 11 1858  Christiaan Eijkman born.  He was a Dutch physician who discovered that beriberi was caused by a poor diet and […]

Food & History: August 7

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Food & History: August 7 1932  Jenny Craig born, founder of chain weight loss centers. 1991  The world’s largest Burger King opened in Budapest. 2013  […]

Food & History: August 4

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Food & History: August 4 1693  Dom Perignon discovers the process for making champagne. He is quoted as saying “Come quickly, I am tasting the stars!”. It […]

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