Container for cold food products

Date of appearance: 1960 — 1969
Made in: USSR
Weight: g
Materials: plastic
Tags: redwealth, moscowdesignmuseum

Cheap reusable collapsible cups were part of Soviet sustainable way of living. In the USSR alcohol-free and non-alcoholic drinks were sold in the streets on tap. The customers had a choice of either using public glasses or drinking from their own collapsible cups. A collapsible cup was a popular souvenir and a picnic must-have. From the collection of Moscow Design Museum.

Container for cold food products
Expanded container with the lid