Finally, An Advancement In Peanut Butter Jar Technology

Does that last bit of mayonnaise or peanut butter at the bottom of a jar really bother you? I usually hand the jar over to my dog and let her take care of it, but for some reason not everyone has a dog. That’s why some entrepreneurs have harnessed the technology behind deodorant sticks to eliminate this problem.

Their product video isn’t polished, but their prototypes make sense. Instead of dirtying spoons or wasting product, you can just twist, twist, twist to get to the bottom of a jar easily. As long as these products are just as recyclable as the glass and plastic jars we use today, it’s an amazing idea.

Unfortunately, this product won’t hit the market until next year at the very earliest, which means that we’re going to have to suffer through using butter knives to get food products out of jars. Like a bunch of animals.

Jar With A Twist! [Official Site] (via Foodbeast)

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