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Description: Cucumbers are cured into pickles at Aunt Jane's Foods, Inc. in Croswell Michigan.
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Clip #: MF-22N
Length: 3:44
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Michigan
Subject: Food
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Michigan, Croswell, workers harvesting cucumbers in field, pickles, pickling, Aunt Jane's Foods Inc. plant, male workers using grading machine to grade cucumbers based on size, cucumber crop either fresh packed or put into tanks to be cured for months in salt solution, cured pickles, female workers fine grading fresh packed pickles traveling on conveyor, fresh packed pickles traveling through washers and washed in hot salt water in blancher, male worker inspecting kosher style dill pickle removed from blancher, kosher pickles, female pickle packers jarring pickles, pickles traveling through slicing machine, sterilized jars traveling on conveyor to be filled with pickles and brine, vinegar, sugar and spices through mechanical processes, brine vat, capped jars being pushed onto another conveyor belt to travel through pasteurizer, jars traveling on belt through machine that applies labels, female workers packaging pickle jars into boxes, woman exiting grocery store carrying groceries, woman putting pickle jars into shopping cart


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