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Tear to eat / chips package

Tear to eat
Tear to eat

While crisps is almost finished, it becomes harder to get the remained small pieces at the bottom, and usually makes the sleeve turns into dirty by scraps which stick inside the package. When pouring chips into mouth, salt, pepper and small pieces of chips usually fall down on face and make dirty.

“Tear to eat” provides two gaps beside the package. Users could tear them, depending on how much chips has left, and make package shallower. So that users could enjoy chips more clean and convenient.


Loughborough University

Loughborough University
Leicestershire, United Kingdom

Loughborough University

Yi-Ning Lee,
Loughborough University