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Food Finish - edible food coloring in a spray can


October 27, 2011

Germany-based The Deli Garage has introduced edible Food Finish spray in gold, silver, red...

Germany-based The Deli Garage has introduced edible Food Finish spray in gold, silver, red or blue sold in 100ml cans adorned with some stylish illustrations.

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German-based company The Deli Garage has introduced a new addition to its lineup of edible products. Perfect for when you're expecting a Bond villain for dinner or just want to give that roast chicken a truly golden finish, the company is now selling Food Finish coloring spray that lets you coat your meal in a varnish of gold, silver, red or blue.

To create the culinary coloring spray, The Deli Garage teamed up with a small food factory, which supplies high-quality pastry shops with food coloring. Composed of ethyl alcohol, flavors and several food additives, the food varnish sprays are harmless and tasteless to eat and are sold in 100 ml cans. Just like real paint, the company says the best results will be seen with the application of several thin layers.

Harmless and tasteless to eat, Food Finish varnish sprays come in four colors: gold, silve...

The company - which also produces such appetizing offerings as pasta in the shape of nuts, bolts and screws and chocolate glue - has already received some interesting requests for its edible food spray, including a Sheikh who placed a large order and asked whether it's safe to apply Food Finish on the human skin for a gold banquet. Personally I'd prefer a chocolate banquet but that's just me.

Food Finish edible sprays retail at EUR24.80 (approx. US$35) and it costs an additional EUR14 (approx. US$20) for international shipping, although only to other European countries. There's no shipping to the U.S. available at this point due to shipping regulations surrounding aerosols.


Actually, I would prefer to print a Michaelangelo on my Thanksgiving Turkey. If I want gold on my food, I'll put real gold from the Indian Grocery.

Randolph Fabian Directo
27th October, 2011 @ 09:02 pm PDT

A study was done a dozen years ago about color affecting the appetizing appeal of foods...it was found that blue is the least appetizing color for food...I would have to say, gold and silver are a close second in my opinion

28th October, 2011 @ 01:41 pm PDT

What? No "green eggs and ham?"

Rick Saundry
28th October, 2011 @ 01:56 pm PDT

Silber, Rot and, Blau sound so appetizing. ;) Can I use this as a non-nutritive cereal varnish?

Gregg Eshelman
28th October, 2011 @ 08:12 pm PDT

You'd have to be really full of yourself to require your roast chicken sprayed gold.

Sambath Pech
29th October, 2011 @ 09:49 am PDT
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