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The bursar celebrates his 80th birthday

The bursar celebrates his 80th birthday

Vegetables have been peeled for 80 years using the famous peeler invented in the city of Thiers, in France. Back on an invention that revolutionized the drudgery of potatoes. Created in 1930 by Victor Pouzet, to make life easier for the housewife, the bursar can boast of saving 30% of the time and saving potatoes. If today the term thrifty has entered common parlance, it remains a registered model of the brand represented by three small umbrellas. Made by hand, it requires 20 operations to obtain the finished product. Today there are 26 versions that are all dishwasher safe. The wooden and stainless steel model costs 5 euros and the aluminum version costs 15 euros. And as much to say that it is very useful because each year we consume 30 kg of potatoes, 10 kg of carrots and 27.6 kg of apples per person. > More info on www.espritdethiers.fr