KEKO

Keko

The KEKO were designed and developed by Jean-François Jacques of Montreal-based industrial design firm Météore Design. KEKO are the result of months of exhaustive research, starting with numerous tests of different approaches to the problem. The result is a remarkably simple product with a form that clearly follows its function. Like all Météore Design products, KEKO embodies a quest for perfection and meticulous attention to detail. Its textures, finishes and colours, materials, and audible and tactile feedback have all been designed to create a superb user experience.

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Mepal

For over 60 years Mepal has been producing durable plastic consumer products designed for eating and drinking. Everyone is familiar with the drink bottles and lunchboxes with fun colors and designs for children, It is very likely that you are already using one of our products. We are there on your child’s first day at school. We are there on a romantic holiday at the beach. We are there on a day out. Or just in the comforts of your own home. We are there always and everywhere. For all those small moments, So don’t hesitate to take us with you.

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Roll'Eat

Roll’Eat

Food carriers that take care of you and the environment! For you that don’t eat at home. We bring you creative alternatives to single use wrappings, which will help you to consume wisely, to save, to take care of your health and the environment.
The sandwich wrap good to reuse and re-enjoy – Say goodbye to throw-away wrappers and enjoy your sandwiches on-the-go thanks to our environmentally friendly sandwich wrap. It has an easy fastener that makes it adaptable to different food shapes and sizes (sandwich, fruit..). It is convenient, compact, machine washable and also serves as an individual place-mat. To reuse and re-enjoy.
The Reusable snack bag for tasty treats – The snack bag perfectly sized for a sandwich or snack. It is reusable, very easy to clean, and light enough to take with you anywhere. To eat any snack, anytime, anywhere

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