For centuries humanity has faced one enduring problem, how to preserve the food we eat. Humans found early in our development that foods like meat will spoil, but they can make us very ill if we try to eat them in that state.
Even before we knew that bacteria existed, humans realized that food resources had a shelf-life, so we began experimenting with ways to keep them safe for consumption. For example, we put food in cool spots in our homes, hung it in outbuildings and eventually found that salting meat kept it fresh for long periods.
With the advent of science and the discovery of microbes, we were better able to seek out new ways of not only keeping our food safe but making it last far longer than ever before. Enter vacuum food sealers.
The first vacuum sealers began being used by industry in the 1940s during World War II, but in 1963, a German inventor named Karl Busch made the first units to be marketed to the public. Consumers have watched with joy and participated in finding great uses for them ever since.
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