Photo: Ohio Pork Council It is noted that Ohio State University now has a bacon machine. The technology was installed…
Photo: Ohio Pork Council
It is noted that Ohio State University now has a bacon machine. The technology was installed in the animal science building at the University Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences College and benefits portions of ready made bacon for $ 1. These basic facts have led me to ask a lot of questions about what really happens.
The bacon machine is very correct, by the way. The Ohio Pork Council is responsible for the installation of amazement, and the organization told me in an email that the machine “has been very well received on campus”. But still my questions.
On the basis of available information, it appears that you spend money in the machine and get ready to eat bacon in return.
It is. Bacon has been provided by Sugardale Foods, Hormel Foods and Smithfield Foods.
Apparently not. The Ohio Pork Council says that bacon is ready to eat. Bacon enthusiasts will know that this is not a revolutionary invention. Pre-cooked bacon has been on the market for quite some time. It is good at salads, sandwiches and snacks. You can even buy ready-made bacon in bulk on Amazon.
More than you might think. For $ 1, customers can choose either a box of 12 bacon slices or a bag of bacon bits.
While the machine was installed by the Ohio Pork Council, all winnings from the bacon machine go directly to the Ohio State Meat Sciences program.
Students from the Ohio State Meat Sciences program are responsible for stocking, restoring and maintaining this delicious meat machine.
Yes, of course, the university has supported the addition of a bacon machine on campus. “The meat science program is excited to collaborate with the Ohio Pork Council through the Bacon Vending Machine project,” said Lyda G. Garcia, Department of Animal Sciences lecturer, local news. “Excited” can be a substitute for local bacon enthusiasts.
The bacon machine currently installed on Ohio State is a temporary treatment. The machine will be on campus until December 13th. The Ohio Pork Council told Gizmodo in an email: “The future of this bacon machine is still unknown, we can see it again, or maybe not. The time will tell!”
Why has not it happened before?