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We’ve all had that thing happen where, after constructing a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, our knuckles are painted with some of Peter Pan’s fairy dust. It’s one of the reasons we love/hate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. But there is hope.

We’ve all had that thing happen where, after constructing a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, our knuckles are painted with some of Peter Pan’s fairy dust. It’s one of the reasons we love/hate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. The sudden and violent closing of our throat might play a role as well, but screw the mess too! Enter a team of North Carolina entrepreneurs who have rethought the design with their Jar With A Twist technology, which provides the user with a “full jar effect even when the jar is empty.” We have a feeling the food companies may be coming a knocking. They have plans to expand to the jelly, salsa and mayonnaise markets in the near future.

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