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is a city in Racine County, Wisconsin, along Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Root
River. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 81,855. It is the county seat of Racine County.
In 1887, malted milk was invented by William Horlick in Racine. The garbage disposal was invented in 1927 by architect John Hammes of Racine. He founded the company In-Sink-Erator in Racine, which still produces millions of garbage disposers a year. In addition, Racine is the home of Johnson Wax, with its headquarters designed in 1936 by Frank Lloyd Wright, who also designed the Wingspread Conference Center and many residences in Racine. The city is also home to the Dremel Corporation as well as Twin Disc.
Racine claims to be the largest North American settlement of Danes outside of Greenland. It is therefore no surprise that Racine is particularly known for its Danish pastries, especially
kringle. The O&H Danish Bakery, founded there in 1949, has been featured on Food Network.
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