One of my favorite foods as wee lad was canned Chef Boyardee spaghetti and meatballs.
A little research reveals that Hector Boiardi founded the company in 1928. During WWII, the company was commissioned to produce army rations.
After the war, the company was sold and kept right on producing this delightful product so that the poor saps that worked there wouldn’t lose their jobs and all of us boomers could get acquainted with canned and processed meatballs.
So there ya go. It’s good for cuts and bruises and tastes like turpentine.