Lean Cuisine

The plastic, pre-packaged Lean Cuisine “meals” are unappetising to me at the best of time. That was before I saw a giant vat in Pakenham labelled “Lean Cuisine”, yum yum! For some reason I get a mental image of something getting squirted out of the vat on to a plastic tray and being stuffed into a box.

Now it probably tastes lovely but does this really send out the right message? The Leggo’s vat I can understand – that’s probably full of tomato sauce, so that makes sense. Stacks of giant Lean Cuisine boxes painted on the side of the warehouse, good idea. A giant vat labelled with the name of something that is supposed to be solid, umm …

One thing is sure neither of them stack up against the Campbell’s Soup Can in Shepparton.

  • Aperture: ƒ/19
  • Camera: PENTAX K20D
  • Taken: 19 March, 2011
  • Focal length: 31mm
  • ISO: 100

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