16-Year-Old Invents Dissolvable Sugar Packets

STUDIO CITY (CBS) — Her invention has already won her $20,000 and taken her to the White House where she impressed President Obama.

Hayley Hoveter, a junior at Downtown Magnet High School in East Los Angeles, joined us on KCAL9 News at 8 a.m. Saturday to tell us more about her dissolvable sugar packets.

For more information about Hayley’s Sweet (dis)SOLVE, watch our clip.

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  • m.o.

    I hope they can use this to dissolve the dedicate

  • jonathan

    i would like to know were here company is located at so i can help her and talk to her to get her compancy getting fast bussiness

  • anthonymartinez

    this will save lots of people, no more stupid packets, yes, she goes to my scholl woot!

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