There is an argument in favor of selling cheap processed food at amusement parks that Go Fish packaging effectively drowns. Designers Hans Christen Thisen and Katherine Maree Pace have suggested a way to wrap up fresh seafood and serve it to the public in containers that work well as dishes.
A pie-shaped piece of APET plastic contains two compartments for its healthy and delicious contents, as well as tongs and a clever little sauce dispenser that makes mealtime on the go a great deal less messy. See-through material invites the consumer to look in upon the nutritious edibles inside, revealing a bed of locally grown herbs and a portion of mackerel, tuna or salmon. Go Fish packaging fits perfectly into the palm of your hand and can be mouthwateringly merchandized in refrigerated bars around Farup Sommerland in Denmark.
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