GreenBox Eco-friendly Pizza Box on ABC's Shark Tank

Introduced as far back as 2009, the GreenBox is an eco-friendly pizza box that can be broken down into four plates, while the remainder box can be converted to a storage container for leftovers. A brilliant idea indeed, but we surely have no idea what those folks have been up between then and now. Anyways, one thing for sure, they are still alive and kicking, and will be hitting up ABC Television Network’s Shark Tank to pitch their green business idea, though it is not clear what’s their proposal at this point. The only way to find out is to catch the show on Friday, January 30, 2015 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC. For the uninitiated, GreenBox is made from 100 percent recycled and recyclable cardboard. It was conceived with a single goal: to eliminate the need for materials such as aluminum foil, cling wrap, disposable plates and more.

As with many innovations, GreenBox is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Not everyone will have left over. Just ask fat Jim next door. He wouldn’t leave any food behind because he has this theory of “leftovers are bad for health”. Ironical, but he has a point there. But hey, at least GreenBox will eliminate the need for disposable plates, right? Anyways, the awesome thing about GreenBox is, it actually makes use of the pizza’s box to do all those and in our lack-of-business-sense humble opinion, it shouldn’t add too much to the cost. We don’t know. We might be wrong. Lets see what the “sharks” have to say about this. If are clueless about what’s the fuss over the GreenBox, you can see it for yourself in the old YouTube video below.

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