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Product Name : 1200w new design rugby-shaped electric popcorn maker
item No.: PM261
the feature of 1200w new design rugby-shaped electric popcorn maker :
1.Hot air corn popper uses hot air, not oil, for a healthy, low-calorie treat
2.on the top the shape is like football
3.Delivery in time and Pure-hearted services
4.it's power-driven no need oil
5.230V 50Hz 1200W
6.on the top the shape is like football
7.Delivery in time and Pure-hearted services
The packing of 1200w new design rugby-shaped electric popcorn maker :
Gift box Size:30x18.2x29cm
Carton Size: 65x53x31cm
Qty: 6pcs per carton
G.W.: 10.5kg N.W.: 9.5kg
1200w new design rugby-shaped electric popcorn maker :
about the 1200w new design rugby-shaped electric popcorn maker :
A 1200w new design rugby-shaped electric popcorn maker (also called a popcorn popper) is a machine used to pop popcorn. Since ancient time popcorn has been a popular snack food , produced through the explosive expansion of kernels of heated corn (maize).Commercial large-scale popcorn machines were invented by Charles Cretors in the late 19th century. Many types of small-scale home methods for popping corn also exist. producing popcorn in a pan of hot oil, which has approximately 45% of its calories derived from fat. Hot air popcorn poppers appeared for home use in the late 1970s, which produce popcorn with only 5% of its calories derived from fat .The majority of popcorn sold for home consumption is now packaged in a microwave popcorn bag for use in a microwave oven.
History of popcorn maker
One of the ancient ways to pop corn was to heat sand in a fire and stir kernels of popcorn in when the sand was fully heated.
Exploring Paraguay during the 18th century, Felix de Azara told of a kind of popcorn with kernels on the tassel which, when "it is boiled in fat or oil, the grains burst without becoming detached, and there results a superb bouquet fit to adorn a lady's hair at night without anyone knowing what it was. I have often eaten these burst grains and found them very good."
Charles Cretors, founder of C. Cretors and Company in Chicago, introduced the world's first mobile popcorn machine at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Scientific American reported: "This machine...was designed with the idea of moving it about to any location where the operator would be likely to do a good businesss. The apparatus, which is light and strong, and weighing but 400 or 500 pounds, can be drawn readily by a boy or by a small pony to any picnic ground, fair, political rally, etc. and to many other places where a good business could be done for a day or two."
Percy Spencer, Raytheon Manufacturing Corporation, figured out how to mass produce magnetrons which were being used to generate microwaves for use in World War II. Looking for post-war applications of Raytheon technology, Spencer spurred the development of the microwave oven. Popcorn was key to many of Spencer's experiments.
Category: hot air popcorn maker
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