Smart Package from Le Creuset. For the mini cocottes – super-easy to flatten. A magnet keeps the package closed. It’s quite a premium package, their intention is probably that people should re-use the package…good intention, but my believe is that people don’t need more stuff in their houses…..make packages lean and easy to throw away…..A simpler package, meaning less material, with the very same construction would be great. Convenient for the consumer, flatten it in 2 seconds - ready to dispose of.
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Keep your mushrooms and other vegetables fresh in the fridge. The re-usable bag is made by the Boston based brand Bruno Super Deluxe. Couple of months ago somebody told me to put a piece of bread in the fridge. It will absorb any bad smell. I forgot to tell my family about it and they got more and more irritated of the breadcrumb all over the fridge. It’s probably a better idea to integrate that absorption in a container. With this bag the veggies are saved, but you’ll still have a gust of old food when you open the fridge. Tupperware – Halleluja!
Instead of throwing your marmelade jars after usage, these tops will give them a second life. Jorre Van Ast is one of the designers for the interesting company RoyalVkb and the creator of this invention. Each top adds some sort of function to the jar. It’s made of PP and they come in different sizes to fit most of your glass jars.