This example is easily applicable to our case study, the imported can opener
. To recap my observations in another article, because of free markets, Pakistan had started importing can openers
which were cheaper and shinier than the domestically manufactured can opener
From peas to pineapple, sweetcorn to soup, few meals made it to the table without help from the ubiquitous can opener
. When I first went to a proper Italian restaurant, I was flabbergasted to discover ravioli didn't just come from a tin drenched in a fluorescent orange sauce.
When the videos started to appear Fray Bentos, owned in the UK since 2011 by food firm Baxters, said: "We strongly advise our customers to use a robust can opener
In my garden, we save our tin cans, cut off one end completely with a regular can opener
, and cut off the other end just enough to open it.
As for advancements in the packaging form, Smith points to cans' "becoming more eco-friendly," like Bumble Bee Seafoods' Wild Selections seafood line, as well as to the fact that vendors like Bumble Bee, Chicken of the Sea, ConAgra Foods, Del Monte and Goya Foods are introducing easy-open cans, "since most Millennial do not own a can opener
KUHN RIKON OPENER: Kuhn Rikon has introduced the Ultimate 5-in-1 Auto Opener, a traditional-style can opener
with a twist.
The big question is whether you needed a key or a can opener
to start it!
Join the conversation on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/theliver poolecho They found the inside of the microwave that was used to heat up mushy peas and beans to be coated in grime, as well as the can opener
being covered in 'brown grime' and the top lid of the chest freezer in the potato preparation room to be covered in flour and 'not sufficiently cleaned or maintained.' Another charge said that Mr Paskin had failed to clean and maintain the flooring in the rear preparation room, the floor around the drain in the yard, the corridor leading to the servery and the flooring underneath the frying range.
Flat tops resembled modern beer cans and were opened with what was sometimes called a "church key," the traditional can opener
with a pointed triangular head at one end that pierced the top of a can to create an opening for drinking.
Sunday at American Legion Hall at Eighth and C streets in Springfield; first 30 children who attend (preferably from families who have a loved one deployed) will receive a free Military Buddy Doll; bring canned food items that don't require a can opener
to be donated to homeless; light refreshments available, donated refreshments accepted; 541-232-8689.
The economist scratches his chin and begins, "First, assume a can opener