TODAY’S PATENT – EDIBLE FROZEN TREAT CATCHER
In the realm of frozen delights, messy meltdowns may be a thing of the past, thanks to an innovative creation known as the Edible Frozen Treat Catcher. Imagine a portable, edible bowl designed specifically to catch those inevitable drips from popsicles and ice cream, allowing you to relish your frozen treats mess-free and on-the-go.
This solution to the age-old problem of sticky fingers and melting messes is now officially recognized with patent number USD720116S1. Filed on May 9, 2013, and granted on December 30, 2014, in U.S, the patent showcases the unique design of the Edible Frozen Treat Catcher. The brilliant minds behind this invention are none other than Oliver Cahners Greenwald and Samuel Jonathan James Nassif, hailing from Denver, CO.
The Edible Frozen Treat Catcher is more than just a practical solution; it’s a delightful experience in itself. The ornamental design, as claimed in the patent, transforms the catcher into an aesthetically pleasing and functional accessory for frozen treat enthusiasts. Notably, the patent is still active, with an anticipated expiration on December 30, 2028.
As we look forward to more summers and frozen delights, the Edible Frozen Treat Catcher stands as a testament to human ingenuity in turning everyday inconveniences into opportunities for enjoyment. So, the next time you indulge in your favourite frozen treat, you can do so with a smile, knowing that the Edible Frozen Treat Catcher has your back – or rather, your fingers – covered!