Children have been sent to the emergency room after eating too many Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and appearing to have bloody poops. It was just the chemicals turning it red.
The two pilots on a British airways flight can’t order the same meal for safety reasons.
When parents tell their children to ‘clean your plate’ after the child is full, they may be teaching them to ignore their internal hunger cues, a hindrance that could affect their weight for years.
“Strawberries” and “peaches” in Quaker Instant Oatmeal are actually flavored dehydrated apples. The “blueberries” are flavored dried figs.
The upside-down ketchup bottle earned its inventor 13 million dollars.
Traditional balsamic vinegar is aged for 12-25 years in a battery of seven barrels of successively smaller sizes, and can cost over $100 per fluid ounce. The stuff one usually finds in supermarkets is regular wine vinegar with thickeners, flavorants, and coloring agents added.
There is a large black market for chocolate pies in North Korea.
Sliced bread was briefly banned in the USA in 1943.