If one day, there isn’t sufficient food-waste for me to make dye, it may not be a bad thing", said Mr Eric Cheung, co-founder of Dyelicious.
Using leftover food as ingredients, Dyelicious’ products were hailed at the 2015 Milan World Expo as bearing “the world’s most beautiful colours”. This is where you can find colours that belong to Hong Kong, to food and to you. Dyelicious has always strived to give leftover food a starring role, and to let you experience the joy of life via a dynamic art of living. With the infusion of modern technology, the traditional art of dyeing now finds new forms of expression. This was the reason Dyelicious was founded. So, come along and let us all experience the joy of dyeing!