Food Facts Generator

  • [Food fact 1] In Ancient Egypt, the elite dined off meat, fruit, vegetables, and honey-sweetened cakes enhanced by the finest of wines, but the poor were limited to a more monotonous diet of bread, fish, beans, onions, and garlic washed down with a sweet, soupy beer.


  • [Food fact 2] Häagen-Dazs was created in the 1960s by an American couple living in the Bronx. They used a Danish-sounding name because it conveyed an "aura of the old-world traditions and craftsmanship" and added an umlaut even though that punctuation doesn't exist in the Danish language to make it stand out.


  • [Food fact 3] On the 3rd Sunday of Lent, Luxembourg celebrates Pretzel Sunday with a procession of pastry cooks, a band, and an elected “Pretzel Queen”, handing out free pretzels to everyone. Men gift a pretzel to the woman they love on that day, which back in the day used to seal marriages.


  • [Food fact 4] A Spanish scientist has created an ice cream that changes color as you eat it and intends to name it Xamaleón (similar to chameleon).


  • [Food fact 5] With only four tables and six booths, Rao's is New York's most exclusive restaurant. There are no reservations, just table assignments, designated decades ago. When any of the original “owners” of those tables die, their families will often inherit the table.


  • [Food fact 6] Kale, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, and kohlrabi were all selectively bred from the mustard plant.


  • [Food fact 7] M&Ms were invented in 1941 as a means for soldiers to enjoy chocolate without it melting. During the war, the candy was sold exclusively to the military.


  • [Food fact 8] There is a reason for peeling stripes on a cucumber beside making it look fancy. The skin is slightly bitter and can overwhelm the mellow flesh part. Removing a portion of it, reduces the bitterness without taking away all the flavor and nutrients.


  • [Food fact 9] The smell of burning wood is the most recognizable odor in America. The smell of coffee is the second.


  • [Food fact 10] Every autumn you can exchange chestnuts and acorns against gummy bears at the HARIBO factory in Germany because the founder was a passionate hunter and wanted to give even poor children the opportunity for some free sweets


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This food facts generator can generate some interesting food facts for free. These food facts can help you learn some new knowledge and know more about food.

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