Anyone wanting a silver service experience won’t have to splash out at a fancy restaurant – because they can now spray their food that colour.

Cookery fans can add a quick splash of colour to their food by simply spraying their favourite meals with the world’s first edible spray paint.

The cans, called ‘Food Finish,’ come in gold, silver, red and blue.

The spray paint has no taste by itself and can be applied on any item of food to offer a quirky alternative to regular meals.

To give the food a makeover, cooking enthusiasts must spray the paint layer by layer and wait for it to dry to enjoy the perfect finish.

The unique idea was created by German food company, The Deli Garage and sell for £21.50 online.

Project manager Kaya-Line Knust, 29, said: ‘We love to invent and produce products that are fun for both us and our customers.

‘We develop hundreds of ideas for new food products, but only a few of those product ideas can be created and placed onto the market.

‘And I’m thrilled that the spray food is one of the ideas that made it.
We all liked the idea from the beginning and luckily we found a manufacturer who can produce it for us.’

And the project manager, from Hamburg in Germany, feels that food looks better when it’s sprayed in a sparkly colour.

She added: ‘I love it when it’s not only our cars which have a metallic finish but also our tomatoes.

‘It’s great when you see not only a steak on a plate, but a gold-plated one!

‘We found out that it was not only us who love all that but also our customers – the food finish is our top seller and we get great feedback.’