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Friday, July 11, 2014 Laundry detergent packets that you just toss into the washing machine have risen in sales. But safety concerns for children have also increased with more than 20,000 calls to poison control centers since the packets went
US cup & lid demand to reach $10 billion in 2018 US demand for cups and lids market is projected to reach $10.0 billion in 2018, with
19:21 EST, 25 June 2014 View comments Squashed sandwiches wrapped in sweaty clingfilm are enough to put anyone off their lunch. But, according to recent research, office workers who opt to buy their lunch out spend almost £2,000 a year doing so.
Whether you're desperate to add some jam to your toast, mayonnaise to your sandwich or pickles to your burger, those tightly screwed-on lids can prove a real nuisance. But Japanese researchers have come up with a solution through the development of a
Everyone knows the feeling of spilling hot coffee on their hands or pants. With a conventional coffee cup lid, spills and leaks are a constant threat. Some establishments, like Starbucks, offer plugs to seal their cups, while others, like Dunkin'
The Lacey Fire District 3 levy lid lift, which will be identified as Proposition No...If approved by voters, the levy lid lift will take effect in 2015 and apply to the district's service area, including the city of Lacey. The district is calling for
When Auckland accountant Cissy Chen disappeared from her Auckland home 16 months ago, police were certain she had been murdered. Sometimes the object spotted in the water is a snarled fishing line...Or something that might once have been the lid to
If K-Cups are considered the future of the coffee industry, new research is calling into question the future of the K-Cup -- particularly as billions of discarded pods amass in our nation's landfills every year. The convenience and value offered by
Each week for the past six months, we've written about an invention that either solves a unique problem or solves a common problem in a unique way. We thank you, readers, for pointing us toward innovative solutions...Who can forget the Case Coolie ,
During a City Council meeting Monday, City Administrator Gary Marks revealed a plan to replace old manhole covers with ones with artistic designs that have defined the city's history. We solicited artists from the community seeking how we could