One of the things that I wonder about when looking at the Kafolda Spoon is how many times you can reasonably reconfigure it before it becomes wonky and weakened. If the thin stainless steel material can be bent back into shape easily, you could conceivably have the most space-saving scooper in existence.
Gordon Adler's eating utensil already presents a great benefit to economical production and shipping. The factory could laser cut these implements with great efficiency and they could be packed up and sent to stores or straight to consumers while assuming minimal space. More Kafolda Spoons could be delivered with each shipment and the buyer would be responsible for contorting them into practical and ergonomic tools by hand.