|Payment & Shipping Terms ||Supply Capacity |
|Unit Price:||10.5 USD||Production Capacity:||20000 PC/Month|
|Trade Term:||FOB||Packing:||color box|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, WU||Delivery Date:||30 days|
|Min. Order:||1000 Piece/Pieces|
|Means of Transport:||Ocean, Air|
Product name : electric cotton candy floss maker machine for party home use
Model No : CCM270
the feature of electric cotton candy floss maker machine for party home use :
Make candy floss at home
Fun and exciting to make
A healthy and tasty snack for the whole family.
Easy to make
Preparation without oil
Packing of electric cotton candy floss maker machine for party home use :
Product size: 26.5*26.5*15cm
Product weight: 1.59/1.28kgs
A Little Background on Cotton Candy
It was a little tough to trace the actual history of this fluffy carnival and circus treat..... there were a few conflicting stories. So we will provide you with what discovered and you can choose the story you like best.
The earliest we could traceback to was 1897. Two TennesseeNostalgia cotton candy floss maker machine, William Morrison and John C. Wharton from Nashville, invented the first electric machine that allowed crystallized sugar to be poured onto a heated spinning plate then forcing it through tiny holes thus creating, as they called it, fairy floss. They took their discovery to the St. Louis State fair in 1904. At the fair, they sold the Fairy Floss in chipped - wood boxes for 25 cents each. They sold 68,655 boxes.
The city of New Orleans claim that Josef Delarose Lascaux. a dentist, inventedNostalgia cotton candy floss maker machine.
The last interesting story is that cotton candy first appeared at the Ringling Bros. Circus in1900 and Thomas Patton received a patent on the Cotton Candy Machine in 1900.
Cotton Candy was originally called Fairy Floss ( this ties in to the Morrison / Wharton story ). The British call it candy floss and here in America, we started calling it cotton candy in th 1920s.
Category: Electric cotton candy maker
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