Kirk Sigmon Explores 10 Strange Food Patents and Why They Exist for Food Manufacturing

Patents don’t just protect inventions; they also serve as a fascinating record of innovation, especially in the world of food processing. In an article for Food Manufacturing, Kirk Sigmon explores ten historical food patents and their unique backstories.

The article delves into patents for a ‘stable and compatible peanut butter-jelly product,’ vitamin-spraying cereal, Colonel Sanders’ pressurized fried chicken, and more. Explore all ten unusual food patents and their backstories by clicking here.

Posted: November 3, 2023

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