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Promithur #25 - Julius Maggi

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Hidden : 6/24/2017
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Es handelt sich hier um einen Power-Trail, der aus 38 Tradis besteht. Jeder einzelne Cache ist einem Prominenten aus der Schweiz gewidmet. Die Strecke ist rund 9,5 km lang und führt dich durch die Allmend bis nach Felben-Wellhausen und zurück nach Frauenfeld. Der Trail eignet sich besonders für Radfahrer.
This is a power-Trail, which consists of 38 traditional caches. Each cache is dedicated to a celebrity from Switzerland. The route is about 9,5 km long and leads you through the Allmend to Felben-Wellhausen an back to Frauenfeld. The trail is ideal for biker.
Julius Maggi
Julius Michael Johannes Maggi (* 9. Oktober 1846 in Frauenfeld, Schweiz; † 19. Oktober 1912 in Küsnacht) war als Gründer der Firma Maggi und Erfinder der Maggi-Würze einer der Pioniere der industriellen Lebensmittelproduktion. Im Alter von 23 Jahren übernahm er von seinem Vater die Hammermühle im Kempttal bei Winterthur. Zuvor betrieb sein Vater von 1839 bis 1867 die Neumühle in Frauenfeld. Damals befand sich die Mühlenbranche in einer schweren Krise, und die Fabrikarbeiter ernährten sich schlecht. Daher pröbelte Maggi zwei Jahre an einer nahrhaften Suppe auf Basis von Leguminosen. 1884 gelang ihm die erste Fertigsuppe mit Mehl aus Erbsen, Bohnen und Linsen.
Julius Michael Johannes Maggi (Frauenfeld, Switzerland, 9 October 1846 – Küsnacht, 19 October 1912) was a Swiss entrepreneur, inventor of precooked soups and Maggi sauce. He was the youngest of five children of Michael Maggi, an immigrant from Italy, and his Swiss wife Sophie. He died in 1912 after a stroke. He married twice and had four daughters and two sons. He may also have collaborated with Auguste Escoffier in the late 19th century and thus commercialized the stock cube.
Quelle/source: / Thurgauer Zeitung

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