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The plastic cup was in relatively good condition.
A Twitter user shared last Sunday the photo of a container of yogurt from forty years ago that he found on the coast of Tenerife (Spain). The image shows a broken plastic container, but practically whole and with the logo of the brand visible, with the colours almost intact.
According to the publication, the “packaging format” caused the user curiosity, so he decided to investigate, discovering that Danone yogurt used this design in 1980.
“40 years of floating around is plastic garbage. Everyone can draw their own conclusions,” says the tweet, calling for the environmental awareness of network users.
Another user contrasted information and even provided more information about the package in a comment. “Old plastic container of Danone yogurt strawberry flavor, with three red lines. 130 grs. Container manufactured by @RubiplasSA – Year 1978 …”
Dirt Roads wrote: “Today I found this Danone plastic yogurt on the coast of Tenerife … I was curious about the format of the packaging and when searching the internet it turns out that this design was used in 1980. 40 years circling this plastic garbage. Each one of you get your own conclusions.”
Hoy me encontré en la costa de Tenerife este yogurt de plástico Danone…
Me resultó curioso por el formato del envase y al buscar por internet resulta que este diseño se utilizó en 1980.
40 años dando vueltas está basura de plástico.
Cada uno que saque sus propias conclusiones. pic.twitter.com/GlOvY7Le0f
— Caminos De Tierra (@Caminos_Tierra) 10 November 2019