Food businesses have been sprouting across America over the past few years. With it, are also unique and strange kinds of food menus that may not always appeal to your tastebuds but are highly demanded by a unique and weird market.
This teaches entrepreneurs that sticking to the norm may not always be a good thing and doing weird or strange things can be better. So if the freakish or different is your thing, then you may want to create your own, partner or even get hired by these weird foodie companies that Business News has listed down.
1. Regular vanilla ice cream could be boring which is why Mix 'n' Match Creamery offers liquid nitrogen custom flavored ice cream. If you like nitrogen, and wearing gloves and goggles - this could be your thing.
2. Dining in the dark - Face your fear of the dark and unknown by dining inside Opaque, a pitch black dining restaurant that serves your food in the dark. What's interesting about this restaurant chain is that their staff employees are blind. They are a valuable resource to the business.
3. Who doesn't love pizza? - This pizza museum and pizzeria called Pizza Brain is the right place for pizza lovers. What makes the business unique is that it's also the world's first pizza museum and holds the Guinness World Record for the largest pizza-memorabilia collection. Basically, it's a must-visit for pizza fanatics everywhere. If you want everything pizza, this is for you.
4. Grow your own mushroom - Two corporate professionals, Nikhil Arora and Alejandro Velez, gave up their corporate jobs to start Back to the Roots. Their company focuses on organic mushroom farming and they provide it to you in a small box. You can grow your own mushroom in 10 days. Their aim is to get people more connected with their food.
5. Cheese, cheese, cheese. - Become a professional cheese sculptor like Sarah "The Cheese Lady" Kaufmann. She carves cheese for a living. What things can you carve for a living that people can eat?
There are many more weird and unusual food businesses out there that is built on creativity and passion. Have you already thought of yours?