Toss is a new concept for food packaging designed by the Maryland Institute College of Arts student Yinan Wang.
The idea is that each pizza is delivered by slice with the customer choosing their preferred slices and quantity and the box being made up from there.
The designs hook together allowing a person to make a full pizza or take by the slice and they’ve been created to allow people to eat a slice without getting their hands dirty.
It concept would certainly help when it come to storing pizza without needing space for a whole box but with everything in the world slimming down it does feel a little over the top to have so much packaging for your pizza.
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