In 1935, Frederick McKinley Jones created the first portable refrigeration units, making it possible to transport perishable items over long distances. His creations helped preserve food and other perishables like medical supplies and blood packs during WWII. Today, his invention allows for us to eat fresh produce all across the world no matter the season. With over 60 patents, Jones was an American inventor, entrepreneur, winner of the National Medal of Technology, and an inductee of the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Warning: Please keep this product and all plastic away from children. Do not allow children to use this product and do not use in cribs, play pens, or carriages.