By Jacqueline H. Beckley,M. Michele Foley,Elizabeth J. Topp, et al.John Wiley & Sons, Inc.|Wiley||Wiley-BlackwellAdult NonfictionTechnologyLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 30.11.2009Street date: 28.02.2008Preview
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Raytheon licensed its technology to the Tappan Stove Company, which led to an unsuccessful 1955 marketing attempt for the home, a large wall unit microwave priced at $1,295 (Microwave Oven, 2004). Watching television became the leisure activity of choice, and a remote control device, appropriately called Lazy Bones, was invented by Zenith. Consumers spent more time in front of the television and less time in the kitchen. Convenient on-the-run foods for the troops were the driver for the food industry in the early ’40s, and the industry used those innovative technologies to develop convenient foods for mom, who still wore her high heels in the kitchen.
If it doesn’t taste How Did the Food Industry Get (fr om There) to Here? 25 good, dad will complain and spit it out, junior will dump it in the trash, and mom won’t buy it a second time. References Apgar, B. 1999, November 15. New cholesterol-lowering margarines: Are they better? html). Bellis, M. 2004. Twentieth century inventions, 1900–1925. , A part of The New York Times Co. htm). ———. The history of your toaster. , A part of The New York Times Co. htm). ———. Kraft Foods—The history of Kraft foods.
Feicht) Is the sushi we now see sold refrigerated in our local supermarkets free of pathogens? Is it free of spoilage microorganisms up to, and beyond, the printed “use by” date? A company interested in marketing and distributing sushi requires internal resources or access to an outside firm for the technical expertise to document stability and extend shelf life of its product lines. The messages illustrated by these examples include: r Small and entrepreneurial firms need to acquire technical expertise to ensure product safety and regulatory compliance.