We all know the struggle of lugging home a takeout order from a fast-food joint.
There’s you, awkwardly balancing the bag in one hand while the drink tray sways around precariously in the other. The people around you, of course, don’t care of your struggles, and shoulder-check you into the wall as they strut on by—baggage free.
It’s in these moments that you also begin to realize just how many doors there are in the world.
Seriously, why are there so many doors?
Well friends, take heart: The struggle might be over. Marketing company DDB Budapest created a tearaway bag that converts into an eating tray. The design is simple, but genius. The biggest change you might notice about it is that everything goes into the bag, whether it’s a drink or a McFlurry. The bottom of the bag is made from what appears to be cardboard, while the rest of it can be torn away. The result is that you have something that can comfortably transport your food, as well as a tray to eat off.
— iModerate (@iModerate) April 28, 2015
McDonald’s Canada wasn’t able to respond to requests for more information about the bag, so it’s hard for us to say for sure if or when they will actually be rolled out. But we do know they’re recyclable.
And given that McDonald’s shares are down and that the company is struggling to stay relevant with young customers, we’re guessing we’ll see this new bag sooner rather than later.
You can check out how it works in the video above.