After months locked away in an MIT lab, a select team of nano-technologists and mechanical engineers have come up with LiquiGlide: a super slippery non-toxic wonder substance that can be applied to most types of food packaging.
LiquiGlide is a structured liquid coating that offers supreme lubrication, so thick sauces like ketchup don’t have to be coaxed out with a flurry of taps and shakes.
The condiment industry alone is worth a saucy US$17billion, and is just one of the many fields the LiquiGlide scientists will be able to, ahem, dip into. The only fly in their ointment is the already-invented squeeze bottle, which eliminates the same problem. Oops.
[via Fast Company]
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