The problem with eating takeaway Asian food was that unlike burgers and pizzas, Asian (particularly Japanese) cuisine was always about different components that joined together to create a whole. Various kinds of sushi, soy sauce, wasabi, the meats, the grain, the noodles, everything must be parceled together, but individually. In a single simple order, you’d finish track of 5 different plastic boxes full of small portions that joined together to create one meal. Her fix for your problem is 2-fold. First of all, unite each one of these small boxes into one singular solution that may be made modular, and next, eliminate everything plastic.
Satisfy the ‘One Size’, a template for parceling Asian food in a manner that accommodates for small portions, solids and fluids, and it is most importantly biodegradable. Produced from a molded cellulose material that may be easily composted (so its not necessary to split up the meals and packaging while tossing it), the main one Size includes a small single-person tray, a torus-formed family-meal tray, along with a glass and lid for soups, curries, and gravies. The trays may be used to store individual food products, or servings of food using small cellulose walls as dividers, so you have a bento-box-styled takeaway container that’s singular anyway. The only-person box could be slotted to produce as much as four separate compartments, as the family-meal box could be split into eight segments, creating smaller sized containers inside the bigger container, with no carbon footprint. The boxes have a glass and lid too. The glass holds any liquid-based dish, as the lid itself works like a miniature dish for wasabi or soy-sauce. Piasek’s design is made of molded cellulose, which mainly comprises recycled paper or natural fibers (consider your egg-carton), pressed in to the form of the packaging.