BENTONVILLE, Ark.— A bottled water called HumanKind that donates all net profits to clean drinking water in under developed communities is the grand prize winner of Wal-Mart Stores' “Get on the Shelf” contest for inventors, as voted by the public. PlateTopper, a kitchen product that transforms dinner plates into airtight food storage containers, came in second and SnapIt Eyeglass Repair which claims to fix glasses in 30 seconds came in third. Wal-Mart Reports ...

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