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    Samsung and The Tetris Company have teamed up to launch Samsung Stackers, a limited edition series of pieces inspired by the famous puzzle video game that aims to reduce food waste in homes by preserving food.

    This is a new design that will include the seven iconic shapes and colors of the famous tetromino (light blue, yellow, purple, green, blue, red and orange), and it will make the task of saving food efficient and safe in the fridge. And not only that, because with its acquisition you will collaborate with a good work, because all the benefits obtained by its sale will go to European Food Bank Federation.

    Food waste is a problem that continues to grow from day to day. In fact, the level has increased again and is in accordance with the level before the pandemic. In fact, three out of ten people admit to having higher levels of food waste compared to the pre-pandemic period, where two in ten admit to being involved in this problem.

    Samsung Stackers will help you optimize the space needed in your fridge with leftovers. And all this with colorful designs in Tetris pieces. Actually, this is the perfect gift for game player, foodie and what fans environmentally friendly.

    The new Samsung Stackers will be available in the following European countries: Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Spain, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Hungary, Greece, France and the United Kingdom. Here you have more information about the new Samsung Stackers lineup, which will be priced at 25 euros.

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