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Worlds first edible spray paint

Worlds first edible spray paint
Red Strawberry is going to be blue. Worlds first edible spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage

Worlds first edible spray paint

Edible spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage. Worlds first edible spray paint was invented by a German food company The Deli Garage, Hamburg. Blue strawberries, silver carrots, golden apples. The spray paint has no taste and can be applied on any item of food, transforming a plain meal into a feast of color. The cans, called ‘Food Finish,’ sold online for £21.50, come in colors – gold, silver, red and blue. To give the food a makeover, cooking enthusiasts must spray the paint layer by layer and wait for it to dry to enjoy the perfect finish. Project managers believe that food looks better when it’s sprayed in a sparkly color.

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The picture shows a silver apple is quite edible fruit. Spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage

Worlds first edible spray paint

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Spraying paint on a carrot. Invention by German food company The Deli Garage
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Red pepper is being sprayed. Spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage
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Even an ordinary sausage can be gold. Spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage
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Apple. Spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage
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Spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage
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First in the world Spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage
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Pear. Edible spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage
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Silver color cover a usual carrot. World’s first edible spray paint
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Gold and silver color apples. World’s first edible spray paint

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