Was canned coffee invented in Japan?

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  1. Uyên

    Uyên New Member

    Here is one way to rewrite the paragraph to improve clarity and flow:

    The origins of canned food and beverages date back to 1810, when British merchant Peter Durand patented tin-coated iron cans for food preservation. Over a century later, large-scale canning became widespread. In 1935, US manufacturers produced the first commercially-available canned beer, soon followed by canned sodas.

    Around 20 years later, manufacturers began using more affordable aluminum in cans, culminating in the 1959 invention of the all-aluminum “easy open” beer can, revolutionary for the canned drink market.

    Following canned beer and sodas, the first commercially successful canned coffee debuted in 1969, by Japanese company UCC. Prior attempts were made, most notably Mira Coffee in 1965, but production was short-lived.

    The UCC founder, Tadao Ueshima, was inspired to create canned coffee after an early train made him waste a cup of coffee. This led to the first canned milk coffee, UCC Milk Coffee, awarded the Guinness record for “longest-selling ready-to-drink canned coffee” in 2018, with over 15 billion cans sold.

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