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Canning

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Canning, process of preserving foods in sealed metal containers, developed by the French chef Nicolas Appert in 1809 and first patented in the United States by Ezra Daggett in 1815. The fragile glass jars originally used were replaced by tin-coated iron cans after 1810. Today a production line process is used.

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