As busy as life is for many of us, think of the guys working a shift at the local plant and the sales staff grabbing food before the next meeting.
The problem is being able to get fresh food without burning up your gas in a drive-through line or standing in a line that creeps along.
For food truck, deli owners and convenience stores, the solutions come in a box – and a plastic container as well.
Yes, ads for a major sandwich chain have professional and Olympic athletes telling everyone to “eat fresh.” If you’re working at a machine shop with limited options nearby, you’ll have to set a world land speed record to eat and be back in 30 minutes.
Two items that could earn you a spot at the top of the podium are a DeliView Clear Hinged Sandwich Wedge (250 for $71.50) and a 9 x 5 x 4 white paper box perfect for box lunches (250 for $53).
The wedge allows you to pack freshly made sandwiches in a container where customers can see the food quality. The container keeps out moisture and oxygen, making sure your food looks fresher and more visually appealing.
In the mad dash from the dock to your store, the hungry worker will hone in on something attractive. Give your hungry neighbors a chance to see something other than a mashed sandwich in too many layers of plastic wrap.
For deli owners, the 9 x 5 x 4 white cardboard box is perfect for a portable meal. The lock-tab box will hold a sandwich, chips, cookie apple and a drink.
Food truck operators can have these stacked up and ready to go when the lunch whistle blows. The busy sales executive could do a drive-by and eat a fresh, tasty meal on the way to the next sales call without burger grease endangering the classy tie that seals the deal.
Being a hero to busy customers is a good thing. While you won’t need to wear a cape, fueling the workforce might make you feel that you’ve saved Metropolis in a very super way.