Say it ain’t so. A special case to hold your banana?!

May 12, 2010 at 3:11 pm Leave a comment

I mean, just how precious is that single banana, and just how long are you planning to keep it around?

Bruises are not only a fact of life, they add character to your fruit. Brown mushy spots never hurt anyone.

Though it’s not surprising you’d see a product like this in Japan where they take packaging quite seriously. Whether at a bakery, department store or 7-Eleven, you’ll often have your purchase placed in a bag within a bag. You may even get ribbon!

A couple years back, TV programs lauded the banana-a-day diet as the best way to kick-start one’s metabolism in the morning. So I could imagine millions of Japanese people treating their bananas like gold keeping it safe in one of these plastic containers, as if to say, “Hands off!!”

For those in the U.S., you can get one for $8.50 on J-List, otherwise, I’m sure you could fashion one out of saltine box. Personally speaking, I’ll go on a limb and leave my bananas unsheltered. I’m just a risk-taker like that. \(^o^)/

Himawari

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