Cans

Cans

History of ذرت شیرین 400 گرم

در سال 1809 میلادی فردی به نام نیکلاس آپرت (Nicolas Appert ) یا همان «پدر کنسرو» توانست بهترین روش برای تهیه کنسرو یا به عبارت دیگری غذای آماده خوردن (Meals, Ready-to-Eat = MREs ) را به دولت فرانسه داد که هم غذا به صورت بسته بندی بود و هم قابل نگهداری برای مدت طولانی بود که همان روش استریلیزاسیون بود که این فرد صنعت کنسروسازی را بنا نهاد. اما صنعت ساخت قوطی کنسرو در سال 1810 میلادی توسط مردی انگلیسی به نام پتر دوراند پایه گذاری شد او از پادشاه جورج سوم دستوری مبنی بر گسترش آن صنعت دریافت کرد، بنابراین شروع به کار نمود و تمام شبانه روز خود را معطوف به این دستور کرد. او پس از تحقیقات فراوان و مهاجرت به آمریکا توانست قوطی کنسروی با ورقه نازکی از آهن را بسازد و آن را به صنعت کنسرو سازی در سال 1818 میلادی معرفی کند. این صنعت نوظهور در ابتدا فقط برای تامین تدارک و تعذیه سربازان و لشکریان متولد شده بود اما امروزه به یکی از بسته بندی های پرطرفدار در منازل تبدیل شده است.

History of Sliced Mushrooms 400g

The canning process dates back to the late 18th century in France when the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, concerned about keeping his armies fed, offered a cash prize to whoever could develop a reliable method of food preservation. Nicholas Appert conceived the idea of preserving food in bottles. After 15 years of experimentation, he realized if food is sufficiently heated and sealed in an airtight container, it will not spoil. An Englishman, Peter Durand, took the process one step further and developed a method of sealing food in unbreakable tin containers. As more and more of the world was explored, and as provisioning armies took on greater importance, the demand for canned foods grew.

History of عدسی 400 گرم

The canning process dates back to the late 18th century in France when the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, concerned about keeping his armies fed, offered a cash prize to whoever could develop a reliable method of food preservation. Nicholas Appert conceived the idea of preserving food in bottles. After 15 years of experimentation, he realized if food is sufficiently heated and sealed in an airtight container, it will not spoil. An Englishman, Peter Durand, took the process one step further and developed a method of sealing food in unbreakable tin containers. As more and more of the world was explored, and as provisioning armies took on greater importance, the demand for canned foods grew.

History of Green Peas 400g

The canning process dates back to the late 18th century in France when the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, concerned about keeping his armies fed, offered a cash prize to whoever could develop a reliable method of food preservation. Nicholas Appert conceived the idea of preserving food in bottles. After 15 years of experimentation, he realized if food is sufficiently heated and sealed in an airtight container, it will not spoil. An Englishman, Peter Durand, took the process one step further and developed a method of sealing food in unbreakable tin containers. As more and more of the world was explored, and as provisioning armies took on greater importance, the demand for canned foods grew.

History of Baked Beans with Sauce 400g

The canning process dates back to the late 18th century in France when the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, concerned about keeping his armies fed, offered a cash prize to whoever could develop a reliable method of food preservation. Nicholas Appert conceived the idea of preserving food in bottles. After 15 years of experimentation, he realized if food is sufficiently heated and sealed in an airtight container, it will not spoil. An Englishman, Peter Durand, took the process one step further and developed a method of sealing food in unbreakable tin containers. As more and more of the world was explored, and as provisioning armies took on greater importance, the demand for canned foods grew.

History of Baked Beans with Chili 400g

The canning process dates back to the late 18th century in France when the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, concerned about keeping his armies fed, offered a cash prize to whoever could develop a reliable method of food preservation. Nicholas Appert conceived the idea of preserving food in bottles. After 15 years of experimentation, he realized if food is sufficiently heated and sealed in an airtight container, it will not spoil. An Englishman, Peter Durand, took the process one step further and developed a method of sealing food in unbreakable tin containers. As more and more of the world was explored, and as provisioning armies took on greater importance, the demand for canned foods grew.