Aaron L. Brody

Before there was processing and packaging, people lived on the land and grew their own food, which was not always safe or tasty or available, but that was before an itinerant peddler schlepped packaged food from farms and kitchens to remote areas to complement fresh harvests (packages for food were hardly uncommon during the late 19th century). Then came general stores that stocked a limited assortment of bulk packaged foods delivered by the occasional visit by horse-driven drays. As populations…

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  1. Food Processing & Packaging