Who doesn’t love McDonald’s? OK, so there may be some of you out there who have more will power than I do, but this product design, if ever employed by McDonalds, may make your environmental concise feel better about dining at the fast food chain.
I saw this post over at Inhabitat about University of the Arts graduate student Andrew Millar. Click here to read the article in its entirety.
Andrew observed people at the fast food chain to see how they used the existing McDonalds packaging. His research found that most consumers tear open the bag to use it as a plate/place mat for their food. His unique solution is pictured below:
The bag is made from grease resistant grass paper and pulp paper. The grass paper lines the interior, which allows for a grease less and environmentally friendly breakfast/lunch/dinner.