We store a lot of food (and not only) in glass jars. Perhaps someone considers this container obsolete, but in reality it is the most convenient and widespread.
However, there are also disadvantages here. For example, if the jar is liter, then it is not so easy to crawl into it with a spoon. If there is a lot of content, there are no problems, but if there is very little left on the bottom itself, you have to get your hands dirty. Is there really no solution to this minor problem?
It turns out that there is a very simple one. If we don't have the ability to somehow get the peanut butter, honey or jam from the bottom of the jar, we just need to invent another jar! Namely - with two lids. I think it's easy to guess why it is more convenient than the standard one. Now, instead of scraping off the bottom of the sweets, you can simply unscrew the other lid. That's all! The main thing is just not to pour all the contents on yourself.
Although the designers suggest that they should store exactly viscous, viscous products, like honey. It is also convenient that now the precious delicacy will not accumulate in the corners of the can, because these very corners simply do not exist! And there is no need to regret the lost grams of the product. But sometimes it spoils the mood …
I think that after launching them into production, cans will be popular.
Development belongs to the designer Sherwood Forlee