Pringles inventor Fred Baur is connected

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Fredric John Baur invented the Pringles potato "chip" and the tubular packaging, although someone else's name is on the patent.  And, yes, the story is true. Some of his ashes were buried in a Pringles cannister.
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in The Tree House by Mark Burch G2G6 Pilot (157k points)
Loved Pringles.  As a kid, I would make Pringle 'sandwiches' with ketchup and two chips.  I thought this was heaven!

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Kind of like genealogy; Once you pop, the fun don't stop.
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