Startup develops patch that prevents food from getting soggy

Will Kreznick

With people ordering food delivery now more than ever, many restaurants have been looking for ways to keep their food fresh, so the quality doesn’t decrease when traveling. Luckily, a new startup may have come up with a way to keep food from getting soggy while on the way to […]

With people ordering food delivery now more than ever, many restaurants have been looking for ways to keep their food fresh, so the quality doesn’t decrease when traveling. Luckily, a new startup may have come up with a way to keep food from getting soggy while on the way to the customer. SAVRpak recently unveiled a patch they claim will keep food in containers warm, crisp and dry.

The new peel-and-stick patch, developed by aerospace engineer Bill Birgen, is designed to eliminate moisture from containers. “SAVRpak was developed to save the quality of food, whether it’s from a restaurant, in the grocery aisle, or in your fridge. Our patented patch keeps food tasting as crispy or crunchy as it would in a restaurant. When used in packaged produce – such as spinach or blueberries – it can extend shelf life by up to 50%,” said co-founder and co-CEO Greg Maselli.

The company’s patches can be used on takeout containers, boxes and bagged foods, according to their website. While they did not reveal details on when the product is expected to hit the market, many are hoping it is available soon. If it works, staying in is about to seem way better.

Via Fox News

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