In our unrelenting pursuit of the cutting edge in forked-spoon hybridization technology, we have created countless innovations, from barbed tines to compacting, collapsing handles. As with previous GSI Outdoors' hybridization efforts, the Kung Food maintain a clever, compact shape while performing the duties of both fork and spoon. But, it is the introduction of the lengthy evolutionary lineage of the chopstick that pushes the lowly spork to a heretofore unimagineable level of multi-role functionality. In united chop sticks and foon, we have created a long utensil perfect for stirring, scraping, spearing and scooping every last delicious tidbit from rehydrated pouch meals or narrow pots. Yet, when seperated, both foon and chopsticks maintain their full individual functionality, making them the ultimate compact utensils for any cooking or eating task.