In the 1980s, Colgate Lasagne attempted to enter the lucrative frozen food market in the US (Image: The Museum of Failure ) No-fat Pringles, Colgate Lasagne and a Hannibal Lecter-style face mask are just some of the unusual items on display at the Museum of Failure, which opened its doors this month. Related articles Lidl, Aldi and more recall foods due to salmonella and health fears 'Game-changing' bathroom item removes toilet limescale 'overnight' The museum in Brooklyn, New York features 150 failed products from recent history – some more bonkers than others, including the ill-fated pasta dish by the toothpaste giant. In the 1980s, Colgate veered widely from its oral hygiene lane and attempted to branch out into the frozen food industry. The company’s frozen beef lasagnes flopped and the ordeal seemed to have been forgotten about until Dr Samuel West decided to display it in his museum. West said his Museum of Failure exhibition showcases the very worst failures but hopes the place and its projects will inspire people to “take meaningful risks”. Coke II is also showcased at the museum (Image: The Museum of Failure) Another product exhibited in the museum is fat-free Pringles, which were pulled from… Read full this story
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