The Eco-Friendly Togo Burger by Seulbi Kim Keeps Items in Order

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 15, 2013 • References: packagingoftheworld & neatorama
The Togo Burger by Seulbi Kim, a student at the Rhode Island School of Design, is a redesign of the classic paper bag often used in fast food restaurants. Instead of relying on a shapeless form that doesn't do much to keep the items inside in order, this packaging boasts specific pockets for them. For instance, the hole at the bottom is meant for the drink while the two slots in the side accommodate the fries and burger.

Once everything is in place, the Togo Burger by Seulbi Kim lifts up and closes like a little purse, which is complete with a handle and all. In addition to being practical, Kim writes, "The carrier will reduce the volume by about 50% compared to that today." Stats for Fast Food Purses Trending: Older & Buzzing
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