B&M baked beans smokestack got rid of, molasses smell endures
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A brick smokestack that pumped out molasses-scented steam for many years in Portland is coming down.
Visual from Interstate 295, the just about 150-foot (46 meter) smokestack lengthy has been a logo of the B&M baked beans manufacturing unit, nevertheless it hasn’t been used for greater than 20 years. The Portland Press Herald experiences that crews started casting off it on Friday, and the remainder is anticipated to return down via the tip of the month.
Burnham & Morrill Co. opened in Portland in 1867 as a meals cannery to bundle meat, greens and fish. It all started making baked beans within the 1920s, and is now owned via B&G Meals, which contains Inexperienced Large and Crisco amongst its manufacturers.
The trademark scent of molasses from the cooking beans now emerges from an exhaust stack at the different facet of the manufacturing unit.