Aaron L. Brody

Since the dawn of humankind on this planet, food has been the most basic need. Not until the solidification of the Industrial Revolution fewer than two centuries ago was agriculture organized to permit many people to depart the hunt-and-harvest survival mode and begin an era of expansion. To deliver the bounty to those who benefited from the abandonment of dependence on fields and waters, invention of a new discipline of food preservation and protection was required. And invent it we did, with t…

Built in 1946, the “Wood Model” was the first Tetra Pak model to demonstrate company founder Ruben Rausing’s idea of the filling concept. The company’s aseptic packaging technology was a boon to European recovery in the years after World War II.

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