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30 Amazing Facts About Food


1. Americans spend $10 million a day on potato chips.

2. Americans eat 35,000 tons of pasta a year.

3. The frozen food were first introduce in the 1920.

4. Americans eat 18 billion hot dogs a year.

5. An apple,potato,and onion all taste the same if you eat them with your nose plugged.

6. Chocolate is the number 1 food craved by women.

7. The first Burger King was opened in Florida Miami in 1954.

8. In developed countries 27% of food is thrown away.

9. Ketchup was sold in the 1830's as medicine.

10. In its ancient form, the carrot was purple, not orange.

11. Apples are actually part of the rose family.

12. Reindeer milk has more fat than cow milk.

13. A banana contains 75% water.

14. The color of a chile pepper does not indicate its spiciness (usually the smaller the hotter).

15. Coca-Cola originally contained cocaine.

16. Avocados have the most amount of calories than any other fruit.

17. Over 550 hot dogs are eaten every second in the United States.

18. You can buy square watermalons in Japan (developed to stack better in supermarkets).

19. Pepsi originally pepsin, thus the name.

20. The average person will consume 100 tons of food and 45,424 liters (12,000 gallons) of water in their lifetime.

21. Milk delivered to the store today was in the cow two days ago.

22. Pine, spruce, or other evergreen wood should never be used for barbecuing.

23. Honey enters your blood stream within 20 minutes of being eaten.

24. Per person France consumes the most cheese.

25. The average person consumes over a ton of food and drink each year.

26. Cranberries are sorted for ripeness by bouncing them.

27. Dark green kettuce keaves are more nutrition than lighter ones.

28. American top selling ice cream flavor is Vanilla.

29. The hamburger was invented in 1900.

30. On average 22% of all restaurant meals include potato chips.


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