We recently brought you the news of FabCafe in Japan and an interesting project that saw them taking 3D scans of people's faces before having them turned into chocolate heads.
The people of the web went crazy for the chance to produce chocolate replicas of their own face and we think the company's next idea could be even more popular.
Now the FabCafe is asking people to attend a special workshop and have their entire body scanned before the resulting image is turned into a jelly mold.
It's basically a way of turning yourself into a lifelike gummy bear and who hasn't dreamed of that, at least once?
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