Would You Eat This Stuff? The Most Bizarre Food Products Ever! #10 is Just Gross.
While a few of these are growing just like this by nature, most of them however are simply failures from the product departments of big companies. Excited as the developers may have been, it's not hard to guess that these products usually had a very short lifespan on the market and haven't been adopted by the masses. Ketchup simply needs to be red! Let us know in the comments if would eat any of this stuff.
#1 - Hi-C Ecto Cooler
Oh remember the Ghost Busters? I loved to watch the comics and drinking the Ecto-Cooler was surely a must. Even tho it looked like its made of Slimer himself I miss those times.
#2 - Blue Tortillas
Homemade tortillas made with different food colors became so popular that a company decided to actually sell them ready for consumption.
#3 - Black Tomatoes
When I saw Black Tomatoes for the first time I thought that they must have been genetically manipulated - but I was wrong. Black Tomatoes are probably longer around then the red ones we all know today.
#4 - Blue Peanut Butter
Peanut Butter Jelli... WHAT? No thanks, you can keep this blue "something" to yourself - if served on a pink bread then maybe but not like this!
#5 - Blk. Black Water
Finally water for Goths! I thought this company would be out of business for a long time already but I was wrong. You can find stores near you on their website getblk.com
#6 - Multicolored Corn - Natural
Almost everyone of us knows the yellow high bred corn which farmers grow for maximum profit. But corn is growing in different colors all over the world naturally.
#7 - Multicolored Corn - Developed
This is not Photoshop nor is it food color or any other trick. These colorful corn has been developed by a Native American farmer over time breeding corns with some odd colored kernels together until he got to this result.
#8 - Black Burger Japan
When I saw this popping up on my screen I thought its shopped or a piece of art but eventually its being sold just like this by Burger King in Japan. The bun and cheese are colored with bamboo charcoal and for the sauce they used squid Ink. Without the sauce I might even try it - but I don't like seafood :)
#9 - Blue and Pink Butter
No this isn't frosting or a syrup - its BUTTER. I'm not sure if fat in a playful color is good for the health of our kids but well no one is forced to buy it, right?
#10 - Pink and Green Ketchup
A testrun by Heinz Ketchup that didn't last long. As mentioned in the main description before - Ketchup just needs to be red!
#11 - Ore Ida Kool Blue Funky Fries
Wow - What a name! But no matter how fancy they name it and considering that there are really blue potatoes growing naturally - this doesn't even look like there is any real potatoe inside...