Human beings, who successfully sustained the continuity of their species for tens of thousands of years with their historical knowledge, started to lay the foundations of modern technology with the Industrial Revolution that emerged in the 18th and 19th centuries AD. These advances also contributed to the development of innovative solutions for food preservation. When the first electric refrigerator was produced in 1877, there was 100 years of work behind it, based on a mechanical cooling system..

As we entered the 20th century, the world population was gradually approaching 2 billion. Witnessing the natural food freezing method of indigenous tribes from thousands of years ago, the inventor Clarence Birdseye implemented modern freezing technologies in the early 1900s. This invention, inspired by the history of humanity and technology was of unparalleled value both to solve the problem of food storage in extremely hot climates and to supply sufficient and quality food to the rapidly rising world population.