PRICE: There were two ways to purchase this release. Each set could be purchased individually for $19.99, or in lots of 10 for $179.99
INFORMATION: The GPK Kitchen release from Topps is by far their most obscure (and questionable) to date. The set uses photoshop to put faces on food, and there are no "kids" to be found. From their website: "Welcome to the GPK Family Kitchen. Where all your favorite foods comes to life. Our special chef Robert Jimenez has prepared these wonderfully Gross dishes for your enjoyment"
To further mess with collector's heads...each set came with all 10 'a' cards, but only ONE 'b' card...meaning one would need to purchase at least 10 sets to complete the full 20 card a/b set
PRINT RUN: According to information released on the Topps website, the release sold a total of 725 SETS