1886: Birth of American frozen food pioneer Clarence Birdseye
: Born in Brooklyn, New York, Clarence Birdseye
attended Amherst College studying biology.
The first frozen vegetables - peas - go on the market thanks to a "quick-freeze" technique pioneered by Captain Clarence Birdseye
, who is widely regarded as the "father" and "pioneer" of the frozen food industry, served for many years on the editorial staff of Quick Frozen Foods magazine -- the predecessor of Quick Frozen Foods International.
29 1924 - Clarence Birdseye
sells frozen fish in the US.
Thanks to Clarence Birdseye
, frozen foods were introduced to retail customers over 75 years ago.
The benefits of frozen food wore discovered by American biologist and inventor Clarence Birdseye
during an expedition to Labrador in 1918
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marketed the first frozen foods in Massachusetts; 1951: Welsh-born composer, playwright and actor Ivor Novello died in his London flat; 1987: The ferry Herald of Free Enterprise capsized leaving Zeebrugge Harbour killing 193; 1988: Three IRA terrorists were shot dead by SAS men in Gibraltar.
Primarily edited for readers in North America, the publication's first technical adviser was none other than Clarence Birdseye
, who is regarded as the father of industrial freezing.
Birds Eye was founded by trapper Clarence Birdseye
who, on a trip to Labrador in 1915, noticed Eskimos froze meat.
1930 - Clarence Birdseye
marketed the first frozen foods in Massachusetts.
, pioneer of the frozen food industry, made it possible to eat farm-fresh fruits and vegetables year-round.
Frozen peas were introduced in America after Clarence Birdseye
pioneered a quick freeze technique.