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Dissolvable Stickers Help Wash Your Fruit

Dissolvable Stickers Help Wash Your Fruit
Design & Architecture

These clever labels turn into non-harmful soap to help remove residues and dirt.

Yi Chen
  • 6 march 2012


Fruitwash Labels initially look like ordinary produce stickers, but once you rub them in water, they slowly dissolve into soap that help clean your fruits and vegetables. The Fruit Soap is safe and helps remove harmful residue like wax, pesticides, dirt and bacteria.

This smart idea was created by Scott Amron, who is currently looking for investors for a 10 percent stake in the Fruitwash Label Intellectual Property patents.

 

Fruitwash Labels

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+consumer goods
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+Environmental / Green
+Food
+Fruit
+Health
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+sticker
+vegetables

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