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Jar-with-a-Twist Eliminates Peanut Butter Fingers

by Hazel Chua
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I recently bought one of those elongated spoons because I got tired of ending up with sticky hands all the time after getting the last few spoonfuls of peanut butter from the jar.

I’m sure many of you have a problem with the same thing. The good news is that this first-world problem might soon be resolved. How? By re-doing the jar.

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You might be wondering, how do you re-do a jar? How do you “redesign” something that’s been used for many, many decades already?

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Just ask the folks behind the Jar-with-a-Twist. They came up with the twist-jar that you’re supposed to twist so its contents are slowly “raised” from the jar so you can swipe at it more easily with your spoon or knife. It’s sort of like a giant lipstick, but for your peanut butter, salsa or jelly.

Its creators hope to make the jar affordable enough for mass production so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of having a jar that twists up.

[Reddit via Foodbeast via Laughing Squid]

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