Equipment/Technology, Processing

Urschel’s international reputation for slicing and dicing has potato prominence for chips and fries

It started with an ingenious contraption dubbed "the Gooseberry Snipper," built and patented in 1908 by inventor William Urschel. Following the mantra "Necessity is the mother to invention," he dreamed up the machine to sell to Michigan canners as an easy and efficient device to remove stems and blossom ends from harvested tart and thorny gooseberries. Today, it's french fries, potato chips[Read More...]

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