The food container industry is worth $139 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "This is a particularly large industry in the US.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 16, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces the No Waste Jar is a container invention that helps people make the most out of their food.
“The food container industry is worth $139 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "This is a particularly large industry in the US. People are starting to favor bags and pouches for their convenience."
“There are many types of foods and condiments that come in frustrating packages,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “As the food starts to run out, it becomes harder and harder to reach. This container invention will make it easier to retrieve the food now matter how little of it there is left.”
The No Waste Jar is a container invention that ensures that no food goes to waste. There are many situations where, as a food runs out, it gets left at the bottom of the container and sometimes, even disposed of due to the difficulty the user has in retrieving it. This can lead to a lot of wasted resources and money. This invention aims to solve this problem with a container that allows the user to push up the bottom up to extract all of its contents. Instead of having to reach in and scoop everything, which is both difficult and makes hands messy, the user can simply push up the bottom and the contents rise to the surface. This makes the remaining contents much easier to access and allows the user to fully take advantage of the product they bought. This will save people a lot of money since they will be making more use of their products and will have to buy more less often. The No Waste Jar will help protect both people’s wallets and the environment.
"This is my container,” says inventor Tillman T. “I've been fussing for years about potato chip dip that gets all over your fingers when you can't reach the bottom well. Here you go, bring the bottom to you. No more waste, no more dirty fingers, no more double dipping friends... or family. Problem solved. Here is my gift to humanity."
The No Waste Jar is a container invention that allows people to push up the bottom of the jar to ensure that all of its contents will be freely and easily available by the user. This will save people time and money as well as prevent a mess.
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