Alcoa (the Aluminum Company of America) in 1962, introduced pull-top aluminum cans for carbonated and alcoholic beverages.
In 1941 the H.J. Heinz Company of Pittsburgh, PA, USA, developed the self-heating can. Continue reading
Lu Yu published in China in 780, a treatise on tea and it’s uses called The Classic of Tea. Continue reading
In 1857, less than a year after the wedding, Isabella began writing for one of her husband's publications, The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine. Continue reading
Inventor Carl Gustaf Patrik de Laval of Stockholm, Sweden, received an American patent for a centrifugal cream separator with a continuous flow on October 4, 1881.
Pablum was and is a mass-produced cereal food for infants, created in 1928 by Alan Brown, a Canadian Paediatrician at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Continue reading
Beeton's Book of Household Management, received recipes after recipes, Continue reading
The first brewery in the Western Hemisphere was in 1786 located in what is now Montreal, Quebec. Continue reading