About the Invention
Inject food in its own packaging, Reduce Cross Contamination During Marination
Enhance Food Flavor, Save Cost, Semi-Reusable
The PIP is a semi-reusable device that allows the consumer to inject flavorings directly into food that is still in it’s original packaging. Traditionally, when trying to inject food, the consumer has to remove food from its original package and place it into a temporary container during marination. This results in a huge waste of injection, greatly increases the risk of cross contamination, and doesn’t give you the full flavor since most of it leaks out. The best option is the use a sealed bag, but if you puncture it then it’s no longer sealed and you have the same issue. That’s where the PIP comes in. It’s super easy to use, semi-reusable, and allows you to keep your flavoring inside the food while it’s still sealed in its’ original packaging.
How Does It Work?
The PIP consists of two main parts, the re-usable port itself and the discard-able adhesive backed base ring. These two pieces snap together using a liquid tight locking seal. Once the PIP is assembled, simply peel the adhesive backing off the base ring and stick the PIP on any food that is still in its original package. Once the PIP is in place, remove the cap and pass the needle through the malleable self sealing center and inject as desired. When you are done injecting, withdraw the injector needle and replace the port cap. The injected food is now ready to be placed in the refrigerator or freezer until time to prepare. Remove and sanitize the port from the base ring for re-use. This re-loadable product would be low cost on the retail shelf and could sell in any big box and specialty stores making it a high volume sales product.
About the Inventor
“The PIP-Injector Port”
The inventor, Capt. Steven Pippin, an offshore tugboat captain, resides in Farmington, Missouri with his wife Nina. Having a passion for cooking, particularly BBQ, Capt. Steve had an idea for injecting food. He contacted the Mars Rising Network and had a provisional and design patent application filed and had the invention designed properly so that he may see success with this great idea and turn it into a real product. He is actively seeking a company that would have an interest in licensing the product for a royalty.
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The PIP-Injector Port
Farmington, MO. 63640
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