French inventor of airtight meals preservation who’s referred to as the ‘Dad of Canning’. You can find 72 streets called after him in his indigenous France. He was a confectioner and chef in Paris when he begun to experiment with protecting his food things. In 1795 the French armed forces offered a money award of 12,000 francs for a fresh method to protect meals and, after over ten years of experimenting, he posted his invention and earned the award in January 1810. He was created as the boy of the innkeeper, who got no formal education. His invention helped the armies of Napoleon march further into Russia than they might have got without canned meals, taking into consideration the Russians burnt their crops because they retreated.