Food Machinery Corporation
San Jose-based equipment manufacturer for the food industry. Anderson-Barngrover was created in 1902 as a merger of the Anderson Prune Dipper Company and the Barngrover-Hull Company. The merger settled a long-running patent dispute. The company  started making canning equipment in 1904, and created the first continuous cooker in 1913. Anderson-Barngrover was merged into the John Bean Manufacturing Company in 1928, and renamed FMC.
Anderson-Barngrover was best known for large-scale canning equipment. They created rotary pressure cookers to speed manufacturing of canned foods.