Portable Unit Puffs Cereal Grains (Dec, 1936)
I’m kind of amazed I haven’t seen one of these still in use in Portland. It seems like artisanal breakfast cereal would be very popular here. Salted caramel hemp puffs anyone?
Portable Unit Puffs Cereal Grains
DESIGNED especially for light manufacturing, a new machine recently introduced by a Portland, Oregon, manufacturer
converts wheat and rice grains into a delightful breakfast cereal. Four quarts of dry grain when exploded makes about one bushel of breakfast food. The machine can be operated by one person and will produce $120 worth of merchandise per day. An electric motor operates the device.