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Single Serving Packaging Innovation [Pic]

Single Serving Packaging Innovation [Pic]
Design & Architecture

An English graphic designer offers a practical solution to an age-old cooking dilemma.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 14 march 2011

One of the great mysteries of home cooking is determining the right quantity of spaghetti to boil per serving. Neal Fletcher, a graphic design student from England, addresses this concern by creating a practical design solution that packages individual servings separately in a box, allowing for convenient, well-measured meals.

Neal Fletcher

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Contributed by Erica Oliveira

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