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Coke and Heinz to use PlantBottles

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 24th, 2011

The Coca-Cola Company has announced that its bottle technology will now also be used by Heinz for its ketchup packaging. The bottle technology was launched in 2009 and uses a plastic sourced from sugarcane waste to replace 30 per cent of the plastic in bottles.

Heinz will introduce PlantBottled ketchup this summer across the US. That means that 120 million of its 20-ounce retail and foodservice bottles will now get the partly renewable packaging. These PlantBottles will even have a special label with environmental messages. Coke wants to invest more than $150 million in the PlantBottle technology. Their goal is to reach 100 per cent renewable and recyclable packaging as soon as they can.

USB Microwave Oven is the smallest in the world

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2009

USB Microwave Oven is the smallest in the worldFrom American food company Heinz comes this Beanzawave portable microwave. It’s the world’s smallest, portable microwave oven, measuring 7.4 inches tall x 6.2 inches wide x 5.9 inches. It’s only a prototype at the moment.

The price would be around $160 if Heinz ever decides to make this USB microwave oven, so you can have your beans anywhere.(What were they thinking with that name?) It would be convenient for those on the road since it can be powered it by a laptop.