Stoyn's Mark Zuckerberg ice-lollies are replicas of the Facebook creator's head. As Mark is colorblind, and he sees blue better, that's why butterfly pea flowers are used as natural dye. The ice pops are intended to be direct marketing to Facebook office.
Drinking the days of the year might seem like an obscure concept, but the Tea Calendar by German tea manufacturer Haelssen and Lyon allows one to do just that by transforming each day of the year into a bag of tea. The Calendar works by simply tearing off the bag that corresponds to that particular day of the week.
Since May 2008, the caring dad David Laferriere has been drawing more than 1,100 characters on his kids' sandwich bags with a sharpie marker, without letting his kids know that until they pack them for lunch. Great father!
A disposable plastic spoon will take more than 20 years to decompose. This edible spoon is environment friendly. It is made from corn flour, whole wheat flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, eggs, separated milk, spices and herb. It is 100% biodegradable and 100% edible.
Food Finish, developed by German food company The Deli Garage, is the world's first edible spray paint. The paint comes in gold, silver, red and blue and can be bought online for £21.47. The paint allows us to eat silver strawberries, golden duck, golden blueberries. A perfect food coloring for festivals, such as Thanks Giving, Christmas, Easter, etc.
Like eating paghetti? Well, whip up a meal using the rainbow pasta and you will love eating it even more! Perfect for kids and unicorn lovers, it seems easy enough to make and look absolutely fantastic. Read more details of the recipe here.