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Samsung Partners With Tetris To Launch Samsung Stackers In France

Samsung is announcing a partnership with The Tetris Company to manufacture Samsung Stackers, a line of food storage and preservation containers inspired by the popular puzzle game Tetris, available in limited edition.

Now, everyone can enjoy playing real-life Tetris in their own refrigerator or pantry. Actually, allow me to correct myself – only if you happen to reside in France.

Samsung And Tetris Collaborate to Produce Samsung Stackers
Samsung And Tetris Collaborate to Produce Samsung Stackers

The storage containers will be available in seven varieties, each having a unique shape, arrangement, and color that may be familiar to fans of the Tetris video game. They allow for fun and easy storage. Consumer Note: All profits from sales will be donated to the European Food Bank Federation (a non-profit comprised of 335 food banks).

Samsung hopes to contribute to the fight against food insecurity and food waste. As a result, consumers will be feel satisfied as they stack these bright geometric designs, similar to the iconic game Tetris. As the holiday season approaches, Samsung Stackers are a great gift idea for video game fans, foodies, and ecologically aware consumers searching for something genuinely unique.

Samsung & Tetris Collaborate To Launch Trendy Storage Containers
Samsung & Tetris Collaborate To Launch Trendy Storage Containers

Samsung Stackers are available in sets of 7 containers for $28.35 USD.

The amount of food waste reported by customers has recovered and has returned to levels seen prior to the pandemic. As a result of poor management of their food resources and less charity than before the pandemic, three out of ten persons (30%) report to squandering more food than they did before the pandemic (20%).

According to the latest Food Waste Trends Survey conducted by Samsung in Europe, 46% of food purchased by European households is disposed of in the trash. That is the equivalent of nearly $4539.38 per household each year. When asked how to prevent food waste, more than half of respondents (54%) agreed that a more efficient food preservation system would allow them to reduce food waste, and two-thirds (64%) indicated that ‘they would be able to keep their food for longer if they could store it properly.

Ryan Kieft
Ryan Kiefthttps://laptoploop.com
Ryan is the editor and co-founder of LaptopLoop.com. He has extensively covered the consumer tech world, as a reporter, analyst, and researcher since 2001. In his spare time, he spends time programming, learning new ideas, and debating current issues. A graduate of the University of Connecticut and Central Connecticut University, Ryan has a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and a certificate from General Assembly in NYC.
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