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Inventvillage.com announces the marketing launch of LETTUCE ENTERTAIN THEM
LETTUCE ENTERTAIN THEM is in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Global Invention Royalty Analysis was performed by World Patent Marketing (www.worldpatentmarketing.com)
Unfortunately, sometimes these food presentations utilize real organic matter, which can spoil after extended idle activity and have their composition change due to exposure to the environment, attract pests, or otherwise lose their aesthetically pleasing value. Oftentimes, lettuce or similar flora products will wilt and appear tired and unappealing to potential customers.
It is therefore and objective of the present invention to introduce a device to overcome such problems. Essentially, the device is a facsimile of a flora item (a leaf of lettuce, a flower with bulb-and-stem, etc.), made of synthetic such as rubber latex, silicon, or similar pliable material.
Flora products used in food presentations comes in all forms, and include all manner of fruits and vegetables, fictional and non fictional. Such flora products can range from lettuce, to carrots, to melons, apples and fictional flora such as those seen in science-fiction films, and others.
The inventions can actually be dyed/painted, etc. In a variety of different colors to better coordinate with party themes and holidays, and is not limited to shades of green. There are no restrictions in terms of size.
The invention is meant to function in any normal environment where food presentations or floral presentations are on display. It can function both indoors and outdoors, in both light and dark environments. The inventions requires no power source to run. The only facility needed to "refresh" the invention is a container of soapy water, which must be of sufficient volume to fully immerse the invention. Storage requirements for the invention are minimal. The invention does not require any particular temperature range or humidity range, except that is should not be stored in absolute environmental extremes such as desert, tundra, flooding, etc.
The inventor of LETTUCE ENTERTAIN THEM is seeking a third party licensee to manufacture, market and distribute the product under a royalty agreement. Potential licensees in the appropriate industries are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize LETTUCE ENTERTAIN THEM on a worldwide basis.
According to a comprehensive university study brokered by World Patent Marketing, there is a strong likelihood of this product being successful in the marketplace.
Potential licensees interested in obtaining more information about LETTUCE ENTERTAIN THEM and discussing licensing opportunities with respect to the product can contact the Licensing Department of InventVillage.com at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-412-5985.
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