Trend Hunter loves discovering brands that completely revolutionize the use of one thing and create something new, and the unique food innovations featured in today's top trends serve as a great example.
The KYL21 ice pop line features a variety of icy desserts that have been seriously elevated in terms of flavor and design. These popsicles appear to have been transported from the future with their sharp and clean geometric cuts. Boasting a molecular design, the popsicles are also gluten-free and vegan-friendly.
Artist Boram Yoo created an exceptionally unusual replica of Wolverine. Instead of using clay or other traditional materials, the artist used butter to construct the entire piece. The intricately detailed (and delicious) sculpture was on display for two days at Toronto's CNE summer festival.
If you're fascinated by food and the way it's been integrated into other products, you should visit Trend Hunter's 2013 Trend Reports for more research and insight.
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Sep 17, 2013By: Jaime Neely -