Plastic catalog 2-10-12, SE Stephens St. to Mt. Tabor, Portland, OR
Bottle of Amerian Falls Purified Drinking Water with minerals added for a refreshing taste PRODUCED BY ADVANCED H2O LLC Burlington, WA 98233
neck from a bottle of ROKK VODKA OF SWEDEN IMPORTED FREEZE FILTERED 40% ALC BY VOL
filthy quart size ziploc bag
unidentified black fragment
unidentified forest green fragment
unidentified neon green fragment
clear straw with half wrapper still attached
unidentified royal blue cylinder fragment
black takeout tray, shattered
unidentified opaque fragment stamped HDPE for high density polyethylene
candy wrapper that says, in red, JFC and BOTAN AME.
Internet (wikipedia) tells me:
Botan Rice Candy is a soft, chewy, slightly lemon-orange flavored candy with an outer layer of rice paper. The rice paper is clear and plastic-like when dry, but it is edible and dissolves in the mouth. It is a traditional Japanese candy, and it is currently imported to North America from Japan by JFC International.
Botan Rice Candies come in a small cardboard box which contains 3/4 oz. (21 grams) of candy. Each box contains six individual pieces and a sticker. Prior to 1998, each box contained a small plastic toy. The candy’s name, Botan (kanji: 牡丹, hiragana: ぼたん), means “peony” in Japanese. A peony blossom is shown on the label, next to an inu-hariko, a dog-shaped traditional toy for Japanese children.