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Visual Measuring Cups

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  • Made in the USA: Chicago, IL
  • Visual Measuring Cups let the shape tell the measurement
  • Made from durable, BPA-free Tritan plastic
  • Intuitive and inclusive design makes cooking and baking more accessible
  • Nest neatly together for less clutter
  • Please note: Cups may nestle tightly during shipping. Simply wash before use
Materials
Tritan plastic
Includes
1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/4 cup
Care
Dishwasher safe
Dimensions
6.75" x 4" x 2.25"
Weight
0.44 lb

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Made in the USA
Small Business Support
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Visual Measuring Cups

starting at $24.00
Inspired by a pie chart · The shape tells the size · Durable and BPA-free
So smart and so fun. Measuring cups ditch the tiny numbers and let the shape tell the story—a half of a cup is the half of the cup. They help make baking and cooking accessible for everyone from kids to adults. The cups neatly nest together to take up less space.
Made in the USA
Small Business Support
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Pam Daniels

Pam Daniels and Brandon Williams started Welcome Industries to bring creativity and imagination to products we use every day—like measuring cups. The idea for their visual cups started with a simple "what if"—what if measuring cups could look like the fraction they represented? With a pie chart as inspiration, they spent four years prototyping their now-patented design. They’re committed to partnering with local manufacturers to ensure their products are all made in the USA.
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