Where did Jell-O originate?

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Peter Cooper patented powdered gelatin in 1845, but it was turned into a fruit-flavored dessert and trademarked by Pearle and May Wait in 1897, who named it Jell-O.

It became super popular in 1904 when the company they sold the trademark to started handing out free Jell-O cookbooks.
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