The Swiss began manufacturing milk chocolate as a luxury item in 1876. But Milton Hershey was the first to make it commercially, with mass production techniques, and using fresh milk. Developing formula for Hershey’s milk chocolate was not that easy after several trial and errors, Milton Hershey hit up the perfect formula to develop milk chocolate that appealed to consumers not only because it was great
10). The Symphony bar was the first candy bar that contained toffee in a candy bar. This was a big deal with Americans because they have never heard about a candy bar like this. Their product had a rapid increase when they put this on the market because of that reason. All these companies inspired each other in producing new and better candies.
He als invented the first power plant. Another invention that highly impacted the Gilded Age was the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell. The telephone made communication faster and easier. The Bessemer Process was also created to make steel production much faster and more efficient. It sped up steel production by 96%.
Clarence Birdseye was a inventor, naturalist, and businessman. He was most known for his invention of the quick freezing machine which helped store food to prolong food duration. With the quick freezing machine he started a frozen food company, the General Seafood Corporation, with the help of wealthy investors. He mastered the process for dehydrating food. Birdseye patented more than 300 inventions, including grocery-store freezer display
In 1694, Thomas Savery invented what would revolutionize the united states indefinitely, he called it the steam engine. This invention lead to the first steam engine locomotive which many would say was a beneficial turning point in the industrialization of america’s economy,allowing the steam engine to be used on the railways. Although the railroads did impact the United States and certain groups in positive ways,there were also negative effects that occurred. During this time period, there were many chinese immigrants that entered the United States who made up most of the workers that built the tracks. Business owners made lots of money from the railroads because they were able to transport goods farther and faster with ease.
The economy was a category that experienced a significant growth in the 50’s. Consumerism increased after World War II, when the nation stopped prioritizing the military needs, consumer goods became popular as Americans established lives. Consumers and the economy immediately saw an upsurge in new consumer products. These products included washing machines, dishwashers, frozen foods, television, microwave ovens, lawn mowers and automobiles. Overall, products such as the washing machine and dishwashers made life easier and more efficient for families at home.
The major political effect is that they were cut off from the world for a long period of time and that caused them to lose trading partners and allies. Now one of the ways the Berlin airlift affected the western Berlin people were starvation and lack of supplies to survive. When the Soviets blocked off all land and water routes in, it cut off all supplies that the Berlin people import and rely on to survive. And that shook the people pretty bad, some died of starvation, some died of disease, and some died of hypothermia. Once the United States saw what was happening,
Automobiles were affordable and were designed carefully. The majority of these cars were produced by the Ford Motor Company, led by Henry Ford, who designed a different model each year to satisfy the insatiable crowd. Many of the automotive innovations that we think of as being modern—like electric powered cars, four wheel drive, front wheel drive, hybrid fuel and electric cars—were introduced during the 1920s. The automobiles had various different colors in order to get the attention of people, especially woman, and through time, they evolved to become more comfortable to drive for men (Scott ,1). The automobiles were beneficial to the U.S because they expanded the area of habitat.
According to Northwest harvest organization 1 in 5 kids in Washington state lives in a household that struggles to put food on the table and According to WA state department of health Among the 10th graders, 13% of them reported that their family skipped meals or reduced meal size in the past year due to lack of money. The Washington state department of health said that hunger causes negative health effects such as more frequent colds, ear infections, anemia, asthma, headaches, impaired cognitive functions and poorer academic achievement. Is it the only issue in our state? No, the hunger is one of the major issues in all of the 50 states in the United States of America. It is affecting adults and children.
Starbucks is known for its delicious fresh brewed coffee and its dedication to employees, customers and communities. Starbucks is one of the largest companies in USA and it is based in Washington. The company keeps its customers on their toes with new products and loyal customer deals. Every year the company is introducing something new and interesting. This strategy and approach keeps the company on the top and customers coming back for more.