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Fresh vegetables? Concept future

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The innovative plant perf concept aims to deliver fresh fruits and vegetables to the consumers which eliminate using chemicals that are harmful for health. The plants are get attached with the device right after being cut from the field to get the nutrients from the perf. The body of the device is made from corn starch plastic and features three main parts, the main body, bottle top and nutritious liquid. The long top  end of the bottle remains locked when the farmer collects it and during harvesting, the farmer cuts the fruits and insert the stem inside the bottle and locks it by pulling the top upward. Not only fruits, it can also be used to keep flowers fresh for longer period of time according to the user’s need.

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Comments (20)
  • February 19th, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    Wow, that is a great idea for preserving freshness of fruits and vegetables. Just have to change the packaging to ensure all attached fruit and vegetables stay attached. How many times do you buy fruit that is still attached to the vine? I thought so, not very often, grapes and some tomatoes are sold this way, but how many are loose in the pack from falling off the vine?


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  • Ejaz Ahmad

    February 22nd, 2010 at 6:25 am

    good idea .. thanks

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  • Milander

    February 22nd, 2010 at 9:35 pm

    great.. another way for the government to control what we eat, what they add to it to make sure “we are eating healthily”, another avenue for excuses about why people are getting sick, or fat, or diabetic, or whatever else must be someone fault but never their own. And another disposable must have that will just push up prices, increase demand on an already fragile ecosystem just so that some fat ass idiot can have a perfect red tomato instead of one that’d be just fine if only he’d got out of his chair long enough to go buy it when it was fresh on the shelf. Besides which what farmer, harvesting 100 tonnes of tomatoes a day is going to package each one individually? Just another design student fuckwit idea…

    Being able to get fruit and veg out of season is a luxury not a necessity or a norm.

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  • Bathroom Sinks

    February 23rd, 2010 at 6:27 am

    Nice idea for preserving freshness of food.

  • February 23rd, 2010 at 1:02 pm

    Man, I would love to have the convenience of super-fresh veggies and fruit whenever I wanted. Yeah it’d be a bit expensive, but seriously, fresh fruit like that whenever? Sign me up!

    And I don’t know what you’re smoking to think that the government is trying to control what we eat. They’re not. I make every eating decision myself, and a lot of the time I just choose to make a healthy eating decision. Technology like this would help me maintain a higher level of quality in my diet.

  • MaxH

    February 24th, 2010 at 12:57 am

    Wow. This has nothing to do with “out of season” fruit and veg. We’ve had that down long before this was thought up. This is about keeping fruit and veg fresh, which is certainly a necessity, and most definitely not a luxury. BTW these are RECYCLABLE, and would cut down on the use of CHEMICAL preservatives. Both of which are good things for our already fragile ecosystem. It also seems very obvious to me that these would be marketed to smaller scale farmers who could benefit from their harvests having a longer freshness expectancy. These, at the moment, would be inefficient for mass producers. Seems obvious, but hey, that’s just me.

  • CaptainZM

    February 25th, 2010 at 1:24 am

    @Electronmikey and @MaxH

    Come on guys, don’t feed the troll. Nobody is that stupid.

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  • Ed

    February 27th, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    Another concept that’ll never turn into reality. Too many of these, these days.

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  • jake lewis

    November 4th, 2010 at 9:32 pm

    You do realise that the cost to the consumer in this will be a small price rise? It is the farmers who will get hit by this as, if this technology works, companies refuse to by from farmers who don’t want to foot the bill of the product. I like the idea…however i really don’t believe it will work

  • Atomic Shrimp

    January 17th, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    Does it even make sense conceptually? I was under the impression that by the time fruit has ripened, it is no longer receiving nutrients from the stalk (or in other words, that the transport vessels in the stalk have sealed themselves off)

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  • Tyler

    June 7th, 2011 at 5:15 am

    I would love to understand the time and cost factor of this device. It is a great idea but that may be the deal breaker. Also how much time is added to the life of the food?

  • john

    April 30th, 2012 at 5:36 pm

    goog idea more research and funding ^__^

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