Scott Amron, the man behind a whopping ten of our favorite recent designs, is back with another brilliant idea. His Vanishing "Fruitwash Labels" are literally so fresh and so clean: they "dissolve into an organic, fruit-cleansing produce wash that helps remove wax, pesticides, dirt and bacteria."
That's right, he's ingeniously engineered those pesky stickers into a practical, functional product for produce: like regular labels, they can display Price Look-Up (PLU) codes and be peeled off, but they also turn into soap, where "washing / rubbing with water triggers the turn" (the stickers are water resistant).
Where the keyrings may have seemed like low-hanging fruit, the "Fruitwash Labels" are perhaps the most efficient packaging design ever. We certainly hope that Amron's innovation sticks; in fact, he's looking for seed money, in a manner of speaking, "selling a 10% stake in the Fruitwash Label Intellectual Property (patents)."