Whether you're packing a single tuna sandwich for lunch in the park or an entire spread for a picnic, keeping food cold during warm weather can be a challenge. You end up with an insulated bag stuffed with cold packs to keep your sandwich cold, or lug around a cooler that weighs more than your refrigerator. Glad Chillers would save space and the extra weight imposed by using cold packs, help control warm weather bacterial growth in packalong items such as dips, mayo, stuffed eggs, etc., keep sandwiches cold without allowing them to become soggy, and keep the "snap" in veggies.
The idea is actually fairly simple: Create variously sized Glad containers with insulated, removable "false" bottoms filled with the gel found in freezable gel packs. The bottom half of the Glad Chillers could be kept in the freezer and used as needed or kept in a closet attached to the top half of the container. When needed, the bottom unit could be removed, placed in the freezer for a few hours then re-attached prior to filling the upper half.
A less expensive method would be to create the same kind of insulated take apart container that would allow a gel pack to be placed in the bottom half of the unit before reattaching.
Good thing my perspective on life isn't as awful as my use of perpective in drawings! Architect/Engineer I'm not.