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By Joanne Mattern

During this identify, unwrap the lifetime of proficient Birds Eye frozen meals innovator, Clarence Birdseye! Readers will take pleasure in getting the news in this foodstuff Dude, starting together with his early life in Brooklyn, manhattan. scholars can stick with Cade's luck tale from his schooling at Montclair highschool to his profession as a fur dealer and existence in Labrador, Canada. Birdseye's kin and his retirement years also are highlighted. attractive textual content familiarizes readers with issues of curiosity together with Birdseye's innovations comparable to his patented speedy Freeze computer and improvement of the frozen meals industry. An exciting sidebar, a invaluable timeline, a word list, and an index, complement the old and colour images showcased during this inspiring biography. Checkerboard Library is an imprint of ABDO Publishing corporation.

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1908 Clarence graduated from Montclair High School in Montclair, New Jersey. 1915 Birdseye married Eleanor Gannett on August 21. 1916 Birdseye moved his wife and son to Labrador, Canada. Birdseye patented his method of flash freezing foods; he helped form the 1924 General Seafoods Company in Gloucester, Massachusetts. 1926 Birdseye invented the Quick Freeze Machine. Birdseye sold General Seafoods to Postum; General Seafoods became the Birds 1929 Eye Frosted Food Company and Postum became General Foods Corporation.

Patent - the exclusive right granted to a person to make or sell an invention. This right lasts for a certain period of time. World War I - from 1914 to 1918, fought in Europe. Great Britain, France, Russia, the United States, and their allies were on one side. Germany, Austria-Hungary, and their allies were on the other side. World War II - from 1939 to 1945, fought in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Great Britain, France, the United States, the Soviet Union, and their allies were on one side. Germany, Italy, Japan, and their allies were on the other side.

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