EVANSVILLE, IN – Today furniture manufacturer Crustley launched Cruton, a new line of futons constructed from discarded and rebaked bread.
“It folds out to be a bed, it folds in to be a couch, and you can add it to soups or stews,” said Tracy Hadley, a furniture designer and former sous chef. “It doesn’t matter to spill a few crumbs on it.”
Crustley’s usage instructions warn against liquid spills and allowing pets or any animals near the Cruton.
“We have noted that rodents and insects find the Cruton especially irresistable.”