Food Facts

Tumblr Quotes Old Quotes Bookmark Quotes Sendable Quotes Rate a Quote Lyrics Explained Lyricist Quotes Lyrics as Quotes Quotes Codex
Food Facts: The coca-cola logo design was not made from a typeface but was originally prepared using a handwriting style, now known as Spencerian Script.

Food Fact: An average person will consume 12 pubic hairs in their fast food every year!

Facts about Food: Each pineapple plant only produces just one pineapple per year.

Fact about Food: Peaches are the third most popular fruit grown in America.

Food Information: Clementines, Oranges, Satsumas and Tangerines are all types of Mandarins, which were fruit that was originally cultivated in China. They were deemed fruit for the upper society and in the 1900's, exportation finally began to Europe. They are all a type of citrus fruit.

Information about Food: When an egg floats in water, it is 'off' and should not be eaten.

Food Facts: The word 'coffee' comes from the Arabic for 'wine of the bean'.

Food Fact: In the U.S., Childhood Food Allergies Cost Nearly US$25 Billion Every Year.

Facts about Food: A bottle of Coca-Cola has a PH scale of 2.8, and could dissolve a nail in just 4 days

Fact about Food: You can see how old an egg is by putting it in water.

Food Information: About one-third of designated drivers have at least one drink while carrying the title.

Information about Food: Pomology is the study of fruits.

Food Facts: Coca-Cola even helped create the modern image of Santa!

Food Fact: Biting a wooden spoon whilst chopping an onion will stop your eyes from watering.

Facts about Food: Alcohol doesn't make you forget anything. When you get blackout drunk, the brain temporarily loses the ability to create memories.

Fact about Food: The average sized candy cane (5 inch) weighs roughly half an ounce and only has 50 calories.

Food Information: A watermelon is over 92% water by weight.

Information about Food: Sprite picked up popularity with teenagers in the 1980's after several advertising campaigns targeted at teenagers.

Food Facts: Green tea is traditionally made from the leaves of the Camellia senensis plant. The plant is a small leaf bush, with multiple stems, that can reach up to three metres in length.

Food Fact: In 2000, graffiti artist Temper was hired by Sprite to create a limited edition design in celebration of the millennium that appeared on 100 million cans distributed across Europe.

Facts about Food: The original Greek name for the pumpkin was pepon, which meant large melon. This was changed by the Puritans.

Fact about Food: In the U.K., it is legal for kids over 5 years old to drink alcohol at home or on other private premises.

Food Information: Honey is the only food that will never rot, it can last 3000 years.

Information about Food: The Sunday before Advent, known as 'Stir Up Sunday' is the traditional date for making a Christmas pudding. Everyone in the family should stir from east to west, whilst making a special secret wish.

Food Facts: The original name for Reese's candy was

Food Fact: There's a Coffee Shop in France where not saying 'hello' and 'please' makes your coffee more expensive.

Facts about Food: The most amount of grapes eaten in 3 minutes is 133. This record was set in 2001 by Mat Hand, from the UK.

Fact about Food: Chicken today contains 266 percent more fat than it did 40 years ago.

Food Information: Americans eat about 30 pounds of lettuce every year. That's about five times more than what we ate in the early 1900s.

Information about Food: Peter Dowdeswell holds the world record for the fastest time to drink two pints of milk. He managed it in just 3.2 seconds!

Food Facts: Coca-Cola is very good at cleaning up blood spots, and is often used in the States to clean blood of from the roads after an accident!

Food Fact: 40% of McDonald's profits come from the sales of Happy Meals.

Facts about Food: Square Watermelons are grown by japanese farmers for easier stack and store.

Fact about Food: The world's oldest chocolates are 106 years old. A tin of chocolates from the coronation of King Edward VII from 1902.

Food Information: Lemons contain more sugar than strawberries

Information about Food: French fries came from Belgium, but are most popular in the US.