Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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shrinking refrigerator containers

as you use up what's in it, the container gets smaller
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These could be folded smaller or they could somehow just shrink, so that what once had to take up a lot of space, because it had a lot in it, does not have to take up so much space once there's less in it.
dustzephyr, Mar 29 2009

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       How?
Spacecoyote, Mar 29 2009
  

       seen accordion-pleated drink containers though they didn't shrink their footprint any.
FlyingToaster, Mar 29 2009
  

       This is baked a couple of ways using collapsible or semi-collapsible containers. Very common in camping equipment.
MisterQED, Mar 29 2009
  
      
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