30 May '11, 7pm

Shrinking Jug Keeps Milk Fresh an Extra Week. #design

Shrinking Jug Keeps Milk Fresh an Extra Week. #design

The designer of the Fresh (whose name does not appear on the entry) has thought this through one step further: "Also milk is sold in bags in Canada and some parts of Europe, because the bags use 75% less plastic than jugs. The milk in these bags must be poured into an open pitcher, causing it to turn sour even faster than in the jug. The Fresh pitcher could be the design solution to encourage more people to use these bags, and therefore more of the world to go a little greener." (More details on the entry

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2009/07/shrinking-jug-kee...

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