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Video: We fed Spam to people who'd never tried it before

Canned meat isn't for everyone.

Hormel's World War II era canned pork product turned 80 Wednesday.

So GoMN decided to celebrate by feeding it to people who'd never had it before. Some people were big fans of the canned meat – others, not so much.

Watch the video above for people's reactions. And click here to read some interesting facts about Spam.

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