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  • DENVER - Is putting a sandwich in a can and calling it a "Candwich" the next can't-miss billion-dollar idea?

    NYT > Home Page

  • It's called a 'Candwich' sickened hundreds of people, and affected 13 retail brands that the egg factory packages.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The SEC filed a civil complaint against Wright, claiming he promised investors 24% returns on real estate investments, but put the $145 million he collected into "Candwich" technology instead.

    Gothamist

  • It's called a 'Candwich' iHome+Radio, an Internet radio app that works in conjunction with the company's line of

    Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • Is putting a sandwich in a can and calling it a "Candwich" the next can't-miss billion-dollar idea?

    Business Opportunities Weblog

  • It's called a 'Candwich' dancing babies, and they had merely hundreds of thousands of views, but they rated high for geek entertainment.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "Like a cross between a Little Debbie and a cold Hot Pocket, but also in a can, the Candwich is the next crazy convenience food hitting shelves.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • It's called a 'Candwich' by Madeleine Coorey Madeleine Coorey

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Feds Say Fraud Victims Had no Idea Some of Their Money Went to "Candwich"

    Connect2utah.com 2News AM Feed

  • The New York Times is reporting that Travis L. Wright, a Utah-based financier helping to back the Candwich, is being sued by the Securities and Exchange commission for lying to his investors (Utah having "long endured a reputation as a place where many people are naïve or trusting to the point of losing their shirts," in the words of the Times).

    Candwich Financier Sued For Fraud (ALSO: Canned Sandwiches Exist)

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  • Now, now. Prolagus loves those!

    August 13, 2010

  • If the can were swaddled in bubble wrap, then enclosed in a spiffy carton cylinder, and that cylinder enclosed in a colorful helium-filled mylar balloon, and then thousands of those balloons sent aloft, we humans could roundly cheer a generous rainbow of over-packaged food being scattered to the four winds to feed the hungry wherever and whenever they find themselves in the company of a lost and punctured balloon. That's the ticket, more packaging!

    August 12, 2010

  • I'm confused by the pop-top on the can. How do you get the sandwich out through that small hole?

    July 13, 2010

  • Next thing you know "they" will be putting beer in cans.

    July 10, 2010

  • The third one isn't technically a sandwich, either - rather a stuffed roll.

    July 10, 2010

  • SPAM!

    July 10, 2010

  • Hm. If the makers of the famous canned ham try to market their own version of the Candwich, I wonder whether they'll call it a SPAMmich.

    July 9, 2010

  • Thanks. Brilliant list, f!

    July 9, 2010

  • Haha! Ruzuzu added this to Mandles, Candles for Men. Brilliant move, ru!

    July 9, 2010

  • Great, now even sandwiches are sold in a can. I'm so glad aluminum resources are infinite.

    July 8, 2010

  • h**k

    July 8, 2010

  • I hate to say, but they don't look particularly appetising. I mean, what is that stuff spilling out of the third sandwich? because it sure as hell does not look like chicken, barbequed or not. Give me a good fresh Vegemite sandwich in cling wrap anyday! ;-)

    However, I must admit, it's an interesting concept.

    July 8, 2010



  • “Is putting a sandwich in a can and calling it a “Candwich” the next can’t-miss billion-dollar idea?”

    The New York Times, Money in the Bank? No, Sandwich in a Can, by Kirk Johnson, July 7, 2010

    July 8, 2010