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Clarence Birdseye

Birdseye, Clarence (1886–1956), U.S. inventor and industrialist who, having observed during fur-trading expeditions to Labrador (1912–16) that many foods keep indefinitely if frozen, developed a process for freezing food. In 1924 he founded General Foods to market frozen produce.

See also: Food, frozen.

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