How Ketchup is ACTUALLY Made
The ancestor of modern ketchup was completely tomato-free. As far back as 300 BC, texts documented the use of fermented pastes made from fish entrails, meat byproducts, and soybeans. Modern ketchup as we know it today didn’t debut until 1812 when a scientist named James Mease developed the recipe. The condiment instantly caught the attention of consumers in the US and European markets with companies like Heinz selling 13 million bottles of it. Today the ketchup industry generates 35 billion dollars in revenue. So, how is it made? Welcome to Factora! Join us on a fascinating journey as we explore the captivating world of creation and unveil the secrets behind how things are made. Each video is a mesmerizing showcase of the intricate processes that bring everyday objects to life. From the manufacturing of technological marvels to the creation of delicious culinary delights, we leave no stone unturned in our quest to reveal the artistry and ingenuity that go into making the things we use and enjoy. Whether you're passionate about engineering, design, or simply curious about the world around you, our channel offers a captivating blend of education and entertainment. #factora #factory #howthingsaremade
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