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More on Pizza Boxes from The Atlantic

Hey, check it out! The Atlantic picked up some quotes from Scott Wiener's pizza box post here on Slice. Alexis Madrigal, senior editor at The Atlantic, gives a brief run down on the history, but then places his focus on the three big innovations that have transformed pizza boxes into the well-ventilated, heat preservation delivery vehicles that they are. Corrugated cardboard as the longstanding material of choice gets props, as does the plastic tripod that keeps pizzas from getting crushed by the box lid. But it's the ingenuity behind the insulated sleeve that really separates the wheat from the chaff when it comes to regulating the moisture/temperature equation. Alexis has this to say: More

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