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Smart Planet

Maker - Jeff Karpman

Smart Planet

Maker Story

Munch and Crunch

A lunch box that’s meant to be crushed? That may sound like a recipe for smashed sandwiches, but it’s not. The collapsible meal containers from Smart Planet are designed to flatten to half their original size. It’s a space-saving feature, so you can easily slip the empty containers into a bag or cabinet when you’re done eating.

Mike Katz founded Smart Planet in 1998 to create eco-friendly household products, and the low-profile containers are his latest creation. They’re made from food-safe silicone and plastic, and each comes with a spork utensil that stores in the lid. The silicone is flexible, so once you’ve finished eating, simply place the lid on top, push to collapse the compartments, and then snap the lid in place to keep the flattened container secure.

Many of us would like to eat more home-prepped meals rather getting takeout. It’s easier to plan a healthy meal when you’re making it at home, plus it saves money. Smart Planet’s ingenious containers make packing lunch even more palatable: They’re roomy enough for a healthy meal and conveniently slim when you’re done eating.

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Discovered 8/10/2012

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Maker Story

Munch and Crunch

A lunch box that’s meant to be crushed? That may sound like a recipe for smashed sandwiches, but it’s not. The collapsible meal containers from Smart Planet are designed to flatten to half their original size. It’s a space-saving feature, so you can easily slip the empty containers into a bag or cabinet when you’re done eating.

Mike Katz founded Smart Planet in 1998 to create eco-friendly household products, and the low-profile containers are his latest creation. They’re made from food-safe silicone and plastic, and each comes with a spork utensil that stores in the lid. The silicone is flexible, so once you’ve finished eating, simply place the lid on top, push to collapse the compartments, and then snap the lid in place to keep the flattened container secure.

Many of us would like to eat more home-prepped meals rather getting takeout. It’s easier to plan a healthy meal when you’re making it at home, plus it saves money. Smart Planet’s ingenious containers make packing lunch even more palatable: They’re roomy enough for a healthy meal and conveniently slim when you’re done eating.