We all know at least one kid who just won”t eat anything. Maybe it”s your kid. Maybe you were that kid. You know, the one who will only eat foods in shades of beige and screams at the sight of a vegetable. How do you get these people to appreciate the whole rainbow of foods out there and, more importantly, have a varied and healthy diet?
A company called Noshi thinks they might have cracked the picky eater code with their product. They created something that encourages kids to appreciate the bright colors of fruits and vegetables in an artistic way by turning them into paint.
Noshi Food Paint comes in squeezable pouches full of mashed fruits and vegetables that kids can “paint” with.
Kids can customize their meals in six colors.
The Food Paint comes in every color of the rainbow.
In case you”re wondering how the colors look, here they are in jars.
If this all sounds messy and undignified, don”t worry. It is.
It looks like it might be good for grown-ups, too.
(via Lost At E Minor, Cool Hunting)
You can learn more about Food Paint on Noshi”s website, and stay in touch with them on Twitter. There”s also a Kickstarter to get Food Paint off the ground, although it is currently not accepting further funding. But stay tuned it might come back.