Doughnut Machine

Doughnut Machine

The first doughnut machine was made in 1920 to meet the demand for doughnuts as a breakfast food item following WW1. Adolph Levitt, a Jewish refugee who came to America fleeing czarist Russia, designed the machine and began selling fried doughnuts from his Harlem bakery in New York City.

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