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10 years and 34 inductees

Their hard-working, loyal, Midwestern values were the very fertilizer that their businesses needed to grow. And grow, they did. Both of the 2014 inductees, Charles Underwood and Charles Steven, are perfect examples. Their businesses have long prospered ...

 

Pancake flap: 'Aunt Jemima' heirs seek dough

On the AuntJemima.com website, the company's official history says Chris Rutt and Charles Underwood of the Pearl Milling Co. developed Aunt Jemima, the first ready mix, in 1889 and sold the Aunt Jemima Manufacturing Co. to R.T. Davis the next year.

 

'Aunt Jemima' relatives suing pancake company for $2B citing century-old ...

According to Aunt Jemima's history, published on the company's website, the company was first developed by Chris Rutt and Charles Underwood of the Pearl Milling Company in 1889. One year later R.T. Davis purchased the "struggling Aunt Jemima ...

 

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