Food and Drink
This "Food and Drink" section of our site features all the interesting and innovative food and drink products from around the globe as well as all the products for making, serving, storing food and drink items on InventorSpot.com.
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- Coffee Copies: The Top 7 Chinese Starbucks Ripoffs
- The Top Ten Strange and Unusual Japanese Chewing Gums
- 10 Best Gourmet Chocolates All Dressed Up For Valentine's Day
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Guest Blogger, Steve Levenstein, is a writer, copywriter and
Japanophile from Toronto, Canada. The tide of wild, wacky and wonderful
products from Japan seems to beg for commentary, and Steve has happily taken on the burden of doing just that. Steve is the Assistant Editor of The Driver Magazine and has just set up his portfolio website here.
He has some great inventions from Japan to share with the readers of AmericanInventorSpot.com. Here's his article: read more »
The vin au verre (wine by the glass) is a wine dispensing unit that holds 8 bottles of wine in a temperature controlled environment for easy consumption. With a host of other cool features, it promises to add to the pleasure of wine drinking.
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Have you read about the dress made from wine yet? Yes, wine! read more »
A cool new product that will make life easier for parents, the Fresh Baby Food Tray is an innovative child care product.
This food tray freezes, feeds into single serving proportions, reduces wastage, stores hygienically without spills and messes and stacks up with economy of space inside the freezer. Is made with food grade plastic and does not pinch the pocket.
What more can one ask for from a simple storage device?
Read on to learn more about the Fresh Baby Food Tray. read more »
PG Tips is a British company that makes tea (otherwise, this story would be even odder than it already it is).
Boodles jewelers (an exclusive jeweller based in the UK) made a diamond teabag to celebrate PG Tips 75th birthday. The tea bag was hand-crafted using 280 diamonds. The tea bag is valued at around $14,000. read more »
If you have an attic full of old comics, a pantry full of all kinds of food stuff, and perhaps a wine cellar with wines whose vintage you no longer remember...
You need an Intelliscanner Mini to organize your stuff and your life for you.
The Intelliscanner Mini simply scans barcodes, loads the info on your computer and organizes it.
Easy Living Indeed. read more »
If you still don't know what global warming is all about then I would advise you to simply pick up the global warming mug to savor your morning coffee! Soon it will be all clear.
This is one cup of coffee that is sure to get the conversation rolling as it shows off the adverse effects of global warming. read more »
Remember Wake-Up Juice from Back to the Future III? (View a clip on YouTube here .) It was a concoction of flaming sauces that jolted Professor Brown’s body to immediate alertness after a night of whiskey sloshing. Today, dozens of energy drinks and pills flood the market claiming to keep your body jazzed up with hours of unlimited energy, but most of them have annoying side effects (rapid heartbeat, shakes), or lead to addiction (hello, coffee!). But what if there was something that kept you awake without the consequences of traditional stimulants?
The website Nothing to do with Arbroath shares a unique way of promoting a chocolate makers wares, a real edible billboard made with 860 pounds of chocolate.
The Easter creation, a world first, was made of 10 chocolate bunnies, 72 giant chocolate eggs and 128 chocolate panels, each weighing 2kg.
The billboard took three months to plan and 300 hours for the team of 10 to build and was expected to last a week but alas was devoured by Londoners in less than three hours. (Source and photos at BBC)
Inventive marketing? What do you think? read more »