Barrels of molasses and wheels of Cheddar at the general store.
First Canada-produced milk powder.
Baking powder made by a local druggist.
Victor "talking machines."
Homemade yeast from hops.
First machine-made ice cream cones. What did they use before that?
Jell-O becomes popular.
First horseless carriage (ex. 1907 McLaughlin).
Calories, protein, fat, carbohydrates and minerals identified and, along with water, considered the five basics for essential health. (Note: Vitamins were still unknown.)
Proper food and nutrition seen as treatment or cure, not prevention.
1900 -- Meat-packing, butter and cheese processing, bread baking, sugar refining were among Canada's top 10 industries (all related to agriculture whether cattle, dairy or crop.)
Sugar spun into cotton candy.
1901--- Canada Fruit Marks Act - first Canadian Food grading.
1903--- Canned tuna
1904--- Burgers on a bun, ice cream cones, iced tea, popcorn, peanut butter, puffed riace - all introduced at St. Louis World's Fair.
Campbell's cans Pork & Beans; "Campbell's Kids" debut
Tea bag invented.
1905--- America's first pizzeria in New York's "Little Italy".
1906--- Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
First graduates in nutrition and dietetics at University of Toronto.
1907--- Meat Inspection and Canned Food Act implemented for factories.
1908--- Dixie Cups.
1909--- Canada's first airplane flight at Baddeck, Nova Scotia.