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McDonald's invented a brilliant new takeout bag

McDonald's takeout bag
McDonald's takeout bag

(YouTube/Tribal Buenos Aires)

McDonald's has designed a brilliant new takeout container that's made to hang from bike handlebars.

The McBike bag was designed by ad agency Tribal Buenos Aires in Argentina, Gizmodo reports.

It debuted in Copenhagen, Denmark, and then in Medellin, Colombia, according to a video ad for the bag.

The container is made out of cardboard and holds a burger, fries and drink.

The sides of the bag come together to form a hook, which can be hung over bike handlebars.

Here's a look at how the bag unfolds:


The bag looks incredibly similar to one designed by a graduate student at the Rhode Island School Of Design two years ago.

Seulbi Kim designed the package for a class project, Business Insider's Ashley Lutz reported in 2013.

Here's a gif of her bag:

fast food packaging
fast food packaging

(Courtesy Seulbi Kim )

McDonald's also recently came out with a new bag in Hungary that turns into a tray.

Pulling a strip of paper near the bottom of the bag detaches the tray, which is made from reinforced cardboard.

Here's how that bag, aptly named the BagTray, works:


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