Armour and Company was the first company to produce canned meat and also one of the first to employ an "assembly-line" technique in its factories. In 1948, Armour, which made soap for years as a by-product of the meatpacking process, introduced the first deodorant soap, Dial, which became as strong a seller as its meat products, and eventually the company renamed itself the Armour-Dial Corporation. Today, Armour offers a wide range of easy-to-make solutions for all of your meal and snacking occasions. Armour Vienna Sausage is America's favorite brand. Try one and you will discover why! Delicious and convenient, Armour Star Viennas taste great anytime. Armour Premium Pork Luncheon Meat: A popular addition to the Armour franchise — premium Pork Luncheon meat uses 100% pork with seasonings for great taste.
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