We recently brought you the disheartening news of gold and silver spray paints for food, as unhappy as we were with them we were also a little disappointed that more foods don't have a shiny finish.
That is until we found this super shiny, all natural, exotic fruit from central Africa. Called Pollia condensat its a herb that sprouts small fruit like berries that are classed as the world's shiniest living thing.
Silver, blue, red and metallic - the ever changing fruit reflects light in an intense way thanks to the way the cells within are structured.
The team over at Discover Magazine have a great breakdown of just how the fruit works and a look at the research of Silvia Vignolini from the University of Cambridge who has analyzed the fruits because of the interesting way they bend light.
The team at Don Julio have taken over an unloved corner of Buenos Aires. Organic produce harvested at the community-focused urban garden Huerta Luna de Enfrente will exclusively benefit local soup kitchens. Read on for the full story.