Whatever will they think next? A food manufacturer Japan has invented a new product that seems destined to become a huge, global bestseller. The imaginative new culinary invention is sliced mayonnaise. Japanese food company Bourbon believes their handy new comestible will catch big time. The mayonnaise slices are called "mayo sheets" the label the product in Japan. The packaging describes the item as being a "sheet-like condiment" that is good "easy cooking". The mayo slices (or sheets) come two flavours – spicy cod roe (mentaiko Japanese) and tuna. A spokesperson the company hopes people will add its mayo slices to liven sandwiches or enhance the taste of pasta dishes.
The new product will start selling soon Japan a price of $1.80 for a pack of four slices. While the company is sure the mayo sheets will be very popular consumers, especially those Japan, the social media jury is on whether the new item is a good idea. The cnet.com website wrote: "Both mayo fans and haters chimed on Twitter - in equal parts excitement and disgust - the new slices." The Gizmodo.com website wrote: "Slapping a slice of mayo a plate of fresh pasta isn't exactly a serving suggestion Americans might embrace, but the next time you're making a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich a hurry, you might actually be happy to reach a quick slice."