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Ingrid Kosar, Inventor and CEO of Thermal Bags by Ingrid, has seen her bags go just about everywhere since inventing them in 1983.

Ingrid humbly says of her invention, "Our bags have been places that I will never see. Like outer space, aboard a shuttle mission, or inside the White House kitchen during President George H.W. Bush's term. Yes, our bags have been used by Wolfgang Puck and Disney, and we have even had the pleasure of being able to serve fresh, hot meals to the GI's in our armed forces, too."

When we asked Ingrid what was the single most important thing that has come from her success, Ingrid said, "I was tired of getting cold pizza, and I am proud my product has delivered fresh, hot meals to so many people over the years."

Watch a segment about Thermal Bags by Ingrid Inc. featured on the History Channel Video: "American Eats: Pizza"

Thermal Bags  By ingrid on The History Channel