Can a candy that contains no corn syrup or hydrogenated oils, less sugar and added nutrition be considered junk food? The new-driven food company called Unreal Brand seems to think so. Their mission; to unjunk the world.
Entrepreneur Michael Bronner and his 15-year-old-son created Unreal candy bars to prove to America that junk food doesn't need to be full of junk. That there is a way to unjunk America's junk food and still make it taste great, find it at the usual places, and not have to pay more for it.
You know that moment when there is just enough ketchup left in the bottle for your fries but no matter how much you jiggle it, pound it, dig your knife in it, you just can't seem to get it out? Well, fret no more. Thanks to MIT PhD candidate Dave Smith and a team of researchers at Varanasi Research Group, there will be no ketchup left behind.
MIT didn't determine the secret angle for optimum results or the correct velocity of smacking. Instead, they developed a slippery non-toxic coating that helps speed up the process. The answer to all ketchup frustrations: LiquiGlide.