There are a couple of problems with chocolate bars. The first inconvenience is that they can't be unwrapped fast enough, and the second is that they're too easy to eat in their entirety. Quite admirably, ShareWithMe Chocolate packaging manages to resolve both of these issues.
With reference to accessibility, Stellan Rexmark wrapped this scrumptious cocoa confectionery in the usual aluminum foil and a protective sheath of white card paper. His system differs in its incorporation of a perforated line directly down the middle. A bit of pressure on both ends of the thin box causes the snack to split open along the dash.
Once you're in ShareWithMe Chocolate packaging, you have a clear pair of separate portions. The product may then be easier to divide with a friend, or else you may be more inclined to put half in the fridge for later.
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