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In 1956, California Golden Bears Max Soul clunky shoes Procter & Gamble assigned a task to chemist Fredric J. Baur (1918-2008): to develop a new kind of potato chips to address consumer complaints about broken, greasy, and stale chips, as well as air in the bags. Baur spent 2 years developing saddle-shaped chips from fried dough, and selected a tubular can as the chips’ container. The saddle-shape of Pringles chips is mathematically known as a hyperbolic paraboloid. However, Baur could not figure out how to make the chips palatable, and was pulled off the task to work on another brand.

There California Golden Bears Max Soul clunky shoes are several theories behind the origin of the product’s name. One theory refers to Mark Pringle, who filed a US Patent 2,286,644 titled “Method and Apparatus for Processing Potatoes” on March 5, 1937. Pringle’s work was cited by P&G in filing their own patent for improving the taste of dehydrated processed potatoes. Another theory suggests that two Procter advertising employees lived on Pringle Drive in Finneytown (north of Cincinnati, Ohio), and the name paired well with “potato chips”. Another theory says that P&G chose the Pringles name from a Cincinnati telephone book. Another source says that the name Pringles was “chosen out of a hat” to promote a family name appeal.

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