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TODAY’S FOOD TRIVIA QUIZ

1) When was milk first sold in factory made glass bottles?

2) The following events all took place in the same year. Can you guess what year?
· 'Beard on Bread' by James Beard is published.
· 'Promise' brand margarine was introduced.
· 'Stove Top Dressing' was introduced by General Foods.
· 'Cup o'Noodles' was introduced in the U.S. by Nissin Foods.
· Sales of Vodka beat out whiskey sales in the U.S. for the first time.
· Heinz cannot fill its orders of ketchup to McDonald's due to a tomato shortage.
· Coleman's Mustard celebrates its 150th anniversary.
· The Cuisinart food processor was introduced.

3) In lunch counter slang, what would you get if your order was "bark and belly busters and a city juice"?

 

 


ANSWERS TO TODAY’S FOOD TRIVIA QUESTIONS:

1) In 1875 the NY Dairy Company was probably the first dairy to use factory made bottles.  The first patent for a glass milk container was issued to George Lester in 1878 for the 'Lester Milk Jar.'

2) c) All of the events took place in 1973.
  (Food History Timeline: 1971-1975)

3) Hot dog with baked beans and a glass of water.

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