The Most Genius Food Packaging Designs Ever Created - VideoRolls.com
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Sometimes all it takes to make a meal great is presentation, so much so that you can even forget how crappy the food is because of how impeccable it’s been packaged. With that in mind, here are perhaps the most genius food packaging designs ever created.
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To promote the legendary anime and manga franchise Dragon Ball Z, convenience store chain Mini Stop came up with a box that makes their French fries look like Son Goku’s spiky yellow super Saiyan hair. No matter how big or tough your local school bully is, I’m pretty sure that unloved suicidal asshole is not immune to diarrhea. Instead of using materials like wood, paper, or metal, this box of honey is made entirely of beeswax, which means that you can turn it into a wonderful scented candle block by simply adding a wick to it. Tea has a reputation for being a calming beverage and these flowering tea bags just adds to that. These cups are exactly as advertised: they’re edible containers that you can bite down on once you’re done with whatever’s in them. The coffee caddie is a simple yet convenient innovation on coffee cups, with its lid containing holders for your packets of sugar and creamer. You don’t really need to come up with something extravagant to revolutionize something. In one of those rare instances where food and technology combine, McDonald’s’ Goal! This little tin tube that holds cookies turns into a wonderful bowl when you unravel it, which means you’ll have one fewer bowl to worry about after eating it. When McDonald’s had their Luxury Burger promotion, which had them selling sandwiches with pricey ingredients like truffle sauce and such, they made damn sure they won’t serve it to you in a paper wrapper like a peasant. This clever little design does away with all those bulky parmesan shakers you see in stores by molding the cheese into a pencil, which you simply have to shave off using a sharpener and onto your pasta. What’s one of the main problems when you cook pasta? Why, the amount per serving, of course.
Not-so-fun fact: it’s considered unwomanly for Japanese ladies to open their mouths in public. When you mix tea time with craftwork, you get these goldfish teabags that make your cup look infinitely more interesting, granted you don’t let it into your head that your drinking goldfish pee. Any alcoholic would weep in joy with this wine bottle, which has a cap in the shape of a glass cup. This clever wooden wine box turns into a quaint little birdhouse complete with perch once you’re done getting sloshed. Fast food chain Togo burger came with this versatile paper packaging for their take-out meals. For one, it can hold everything right from your soda down to your straw. You might know this already, but teabags can be used multiple times. With that in mind, these teabag hangers come in very handy in literally hanging your used teabags to dry after you use them, which is way better than just letting them sit sopping wet in a saucer. Pizza, as awesome as it is, has one glaring flaw: they’re greasy as all hell. With the paper towel pizza mat, however, that won’t be a problem at all.