Here we are in year 2017, accompanied by self driving cars, cell phones that replace computers and an avocado holder invention that stops your other, uneaten half from browning.
And still, it amazes me that cereal is still being packaged in those cardboard boxes that rip, without a doubt, and are sure to never keep your cereal from going stale. What's up with that? Why haven't companies like Kellogg's or General Mills embraced the year of 2017 where we are all far better than packaging cereal in useless cardboard boxes? Your guess is as good as mine.