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During World War II, over 50,000 people lived and worked at the DuPont Hanford Engineering site, the largest of the Manhattan Project sites. They were cut off from the outside world, but that didn’t stop them from trying to maintain a normal existence.
For decades a culinary foe of conscientious consumers, MSG continues to thrive in its 100th year of existence.