You might be surprised that these were founded in Fargo, ND. The uncrustable sandwich was developed in 1995 in Fargo, ND by Len Kretchman and David Geske. This is awesome that these were invented in Fargo, ND. There are many things that a person doesn't realize were made or invented in ND. I didn’t realize that the Smucker’s uncrustables were founded in ND. The two fathers were bought out by the Smucker’s company.

North Dakota has many talented people and this really puts the state on the map. I never realized that these were found in North Dakota and I go to the store and by them at least once a month. This just shows that us North Dakotans are great people and that we are smart people. This goes to show others that big companies can find us in ND and that dreams do come true. Just because we live in ND doesn't mean a dream can't come true. 

Many people probably go to the local stores all over North Dakota and they don't even realize that the Smucker’s Uncrustables were found right here. North Dakota has been put on the map several times over the past 30 years. We have great people in this state and it's a good state to be from. The next time you go to the store and see them on the shelf remember they were founded in North Dakota.  For more details click here


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