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The patent (No. 3372) was granted on August 25, 1810 by King George III of England. After receiving the patent, Durand did not make any canned food himself, xxx Introduction but in 1812 sold his patent to two other Englishmen, Bryan Donkin and John Hall, for £1000. Donkin was involved with tinning of iron from 1808 and was keen to expand it to the food industry. Donkin and Hall set up a commercial canning factory and by 1813 were producing their first canned goods for the British army. In 1818, Durand introduced tin cans in the United States by repatenting his British patent in the United States of America.
S. Tucker at Campden BRI further developed numerical techniques for thermal process calculations and a computer program to recalculate process deviations in real time. 6 Packaging for heat-preserved foods Nicolas Appert’s first products were packed in glass. Soon after his discovery was published, Peter Durand, a British merchant, patented the idea of preserving food using tin cans. The patent (No. 3372) was granted on August 25, 1810 by King George III of England. After receiving the patent, Durand did not make any canned food himself, xxx Introduction but in 1812 sold his patent to two other Englishmen, Bryan Donkin and John Hall, for £1000.
New York and London: Academic Press. Teixeira, A. , Dixon, J. , Zahradnik, J. , & Zinsmeister, G. E. (1969). Computer determination of spore survival distribution in thermally-processed conduction heated foods. Food Technology, 23, 352–354. Tucker, G. S. (2008). History of the minimum botulinum cook for low-acid canned foods. Confidential R&D Report No 260, Campden BRI. Tucker, G. S. (January 1991). Development and use of numerical techniques for improved thermal process calculations and control.
A Complete course in canning and related processes by Anthony Lopez