McDonald’s has invented a new takeout bag.
Behold, the aptly named “BagTray,” a joint development from the geniuses at McDonald’s Hungary and the ad agency DDB Budapest. The paper bag transforms with a single tear of a perforated strip into a detachable serving tray.
The reinforced cardboard tray at the bottom of the bag keeps the meal and the inevitable grease-stained wrappers in a tidy little package — so tidy, in fact, that you can supposedly place a Happy Meal on your lap.
No word on whether they’ve been released or will be in the U.S., but fans can cross their greasy fingers for now.
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