The inventor of the Pringles can is now buried in one.

In 1966, Fredric Baur developed the ingenious idea for Procter & Gamble to uniformly stack chips inside a can instead of tossing them in a bag. Baur was so proud of his invention that he wanted to take it to the grave—literally. He communicated his burial wishes to his...See more

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