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Frederic J. Baur was the designer of the Pringles potato chip can. When he died in 2008, his cremated remains were buried at his request in a Pringles potato chip can.

Pringles Potato Chips were introduced in 1969 by Procter & Gamble.

Pringles are made from potatoes that have been cooked, mashed, dehydrated and then reconstituted into a dough. Pringles are cut into a uniform size and shape, then packaged in air-tight canisters designed to extend their shelf life.




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