Food & Drink (183)
German designer Jania Maidl has devised some very innovative tea packaging. The label of the teabag has an absorbent strip that shows the growing intensity of the tea as it brews.
Why it matters
People increasingly expect added benefits and enhanced experiences with the brands they choose to buy. If everyday products like tea are already finding simple ways to fulfill this, will we soon see high-end food products taking this to another level?
The French restaurant “Mon Histoire dans l’assiette” has created an innovative menu: it is entirely free of 11 of the most common allergens.
It also serves seasonal ingredients to show that the range of food guests - with some form of food intolerance or another - can eat doesn’t need to be so limited.
“Summer Bubbles” are little spheres by Moët & Chandon to be splashed in a champagne flute dispersing fresh fruit. They will be served in twenty high-end Italian lounge bars displayed in gold Moet bowls.