Real food is too delicate for use as visual props in extended use or under harsh conditions. Therefore some companies manufacture highly realistic fake foods. These can be kept on display in restaurants or stores, or used under hot lighting as on a film set, without any adverse affects.
Barnard, Ltd.
Plastic, resin, and polyfoam display foods including fruits, vegetables, meats, pastries, cheese, fish, and dairy products. Props and other items as well.
Decor Central
Pleasantly scented faux food items including cakes, cake stands, drinks, breads, vegetables, fruit cups, soda fountain items and other foods.
Fake-Foods.com
Sales of fake food items including bakery, cheese, deli, eggs, fast foods, fruits, fruit garnishes, meats, party trays, seafood, sweet shop, vegetables and vegetable garnishes. Creation of custom food replicas a specialty.
Iwasaki Images America
Creators of artificial foods for use in general decorating, television, film, restaurant and supermarket displays. Props include beverages, meats, breads, fruits and vegetables.
JDI Fake Foods
Fake food products and collectible tea cups. Faux breads, pastries, desserts, teas, and beverages.
Mrs. O's Kitchen, Inc.
Maker of artificial display desserts. Online catalog includes pies and pie slices, display and serving pieces, cakes and mini-cakes, shortcakes and sundaes, candies, mini-pastry sets, wedgy pastry sets, seasonal items, and petit fours.
RND Fake Food
Offers glass figurines and fake food for props and sets, glycerin soap and wax items.
Trengove Studios
High-end props ranging from artificial foods, spills, and custom product models used for print ads, television spots and general photography.
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November 27, 2015 at 22:18:18 UTC
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