Study: Local Man's Invention Removes Mercury from Fish (May 8, 2012)
The Janesville Gazette
May 8, 2012
JANESVILLE — Dawn Schattschneider credits the Marinade Express for the health of her family, including her husband, Mark, and their 3-year-old son, Owen.
"We received it as a wedding present," she said. "When Owen was born, we used it for all his baby food. He never ate processed baby food, and he has been remarkably healthy without all the colds and ear infections many kids get."
The Marinade Express is a countertop vacuum tumbler developed by Ned Thornton of Janesville. The machine is used to remove contaminants from and add flavoring to food.
Thornton's idea of removing contaminants began with industrial applications. Continue Reading...
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