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Feb 4, 2021

[Answer] Where was the world's first sliced bread offered for sale?

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...While researching for writing a history book, editor Catherine Stortz Ripley found an announcement in the "Constitution-Tribune" from July 6, 1928, that sliced bread was coming to the local market the next day. Ripley investigated, and found that Otto Rohwedder invented a bread slicing machine. Ripley tracked down his son, Richard, who had a scrapbook about his father's invention. Frank Bench of the Chillicothe Baking Company ordered one of Rohwedder's slicers in July 1928. Once Bench began offering sliced bread, sales increased 2000 percent in 20 weeks. Sales of the bread slicer skyrocketed, and the rest is a slice of history. Source: ChillicotheNews.com




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Chillicothe, Missouri, U.S.A.:


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