Don't you get tired of waiting until your family members are done putting salad in their plates? It could be done much faster, right? How about serving that annoying pasta which is hard to grab with usual tongs? We offer you a better solution - server Snapi.From now on serving salad, rice or pasta dishes will be much easier and faster. Snapi is also useful for grabbing hot products - corn, for example. Using Snapi is very easy. To open it, firmly press the server on its sides, just the way you squeeze sponge. To close it, shut it and push a button on the back. It will lock the server so it won't take much space in your kitchen. Don't miss the chance to get this practical kitchen helper!
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What if there were a utensil that fit comfortably in one hand that would grab a full serving of, say, salad from a buffet and place it safely onto a plate held in the other hand? What would it look like? Most important, would it work? Jack Elder, president and chief designer of Multiject, fielded those questions in 2006 from the president of Misto, the maker of an olive oil sprayer.
In 2007 the Snapi was ready to meet the public and was introduced to gift shops that focused carried kitchen products. This made for a good match and sparked initial sales. In 2010, Jack enlisted the help of his brother Mark Elder, president of KitchenHappy, to market the Snapi to a broader audience.
American-made, the Snapi not only allows for single-handed serving of salad, but also chips, pasta, fruit, cut vegetables, ice . . . like the country it’s made in, ideas for its use are endless.