Frozen In Time

Author: Mark Kurlansky
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0385372434
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Nonfiction for kids interested in science, biography, and early entrepreneurs, this work explores the life story of Clarence Birdseye, the man who revolutionized the frozen food industry and changed the way people eat all over the world.

Quick Frozen Foods

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Mr. Birdseye well knew there was something strange about that because frozen
fish—as it had existed up to that time, frozen slowly—became a watery, un
attractive, unpalatable product when cooked. But here was a frozen fish that was
good. Being of an inquiring nature, he puzzled over this until he finally decided
that the low temperature and the rapid freezing had in some way contributed to
this new product. First Company Formed In the early 1920's he organized a
company to ...

Shoestring Shipping Line

Author: Wilfred Clough Blair
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I told them of our idea of basing the whole thing on a Rugby team. ... By a very
fortunate coincidence I had met Clarence Birdseye, the American who had been
founding a massive frozen foods empire, during my merchant service days. ...
Evidently someone hoping to give the Minister a good laugh told him about the
mad seaman who was filibustering his way through Wellington with some
ridiculous plan to carry quick-frozen foods and vegetables across the Tasman in
a refrigerated ...


Author: Wolfgang Tillmans
Publisher: Walther Konig
ISBN: 9783865601322
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Taken together, these more conceptual works reveal the self-reflective impulse underpinning choices of media and topic throughout his work.

In The Words Of Great Business Leaders

Author: Julie M. Fenster
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
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"The Unpublished Letters of Clarence Birdseye On Freezing," Quiet Frozen
Foods, March I960, p. 322. 341. Clarence and Eleanor Birdseye, Growing
Woodland Plants (Oxford University, 1951), p. v. 341. "If I Were Twenty-one," p.
19. 341. "If I Were Twenty-one," p. 113. 341. "If I Were Twenty-one," p. 112. ...
February 10, 1986, p. 23. 361. "Ted Turner's Quantum Leap," Broadcasting,
March 31, 1986, p. 52. 361. Steven Koepp, "Captain Outrageous Opens Fire,"
Time, April 29, 1985, p. 61.

American Empress

Author: Nancy Rubin
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The resemblance between Birdseye and C.W. was so uncanny that eventually
Marjorie asked Postum vice-president Clarence "Clare" Francis — who had been
a classmate of Bugs Birdseye's at Amherst College — about his stability. "Bugs?
Why. sure," the executive assured her. "He's completely crazy, but completely
reliable." Birdseye first conducted experiments in instant freezing at the Clothel
Refrigerating Company of Bayonne, New Jersey, where he discovered that when
food ...

The Inventor S Desktop Companion

Author: Richard C. Levy
Publisher: Visible Ink Press
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Many of their names have become well known. In 1923, Clarence "Bob" Birdseye
, the Father of Frozen Food, got a patent on quick-freezing. Dr. William "Billy"
Scholl patented his first arch support in 1904 at the age of 22. Beginning in 1896
and over a 47-year career, one-time slave George Washington Carver developed
more than 300 products from peanuts alone. On a cold day in January 1839,
rubber was vulcanized by Charles Goodyear. Yankee tin- kerer Eli Whitney
transformed ...