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Sep 21, 2020

[Answer] Where was the first pasta factory in the U.S.?

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New York City - While pasta has been around for many centuries, large-scale factory production of the beloved food staple was introduced in the 20th century. Prior to that, it was made by hand in homes. Thomas Jefferson was the first to deliver a macaroni maker to the Americas in 1789, after he served as ambassador to France. The first commercial pasta factory in the United States opened on the Brooklyn waterfront in New York City in 1848. Owned by French immigrant Antoine Zerega, the factory housed simple machinery powered by just one horse; pasta strands were then laid out on the roof to dry. Zerega Pasta is still around today, but needless to say, pasta production has come a long way.:


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