Every Country and Culture carries a different taste and different food liking. Some countries have banned different food products which are one of the best sellers in some other part of the world. Have a look at one of the exciting list of various food products banned in different countries.
Singapore Banned Chewing Gum
You can almost find a gum in every grocery, confectionery stores in India, but the same product is banned in Singapore. Reason being its disposal, Singapore being pro-active regarding its food laws has banned sale of chewing gum since 2004.
You have to pay a fine of $700 if seen spitting any gum in Singapore.
Kinder Eggs Banned in the USA
The combo of two of the favorites of any child; chocolate and a toy is banned in USA. Sale of Kinder Eggs is illegal in USA as non-edible object is embedded with the chocolate. There is a threat as children might swallow the plastic toy.
Tomato Ketchup Banned In France
Yeah, you we are not kidding. France government has banned Tomato Ketchup from being used in college cafeterias and schools. The reason of the ban is they believe that ketchup poses a cultural threat as it “masks the flavor of whatever they are eating”.
And we believe it is an add-on to our pakoras.
Raw Dairy Products Banned in Canada and USA
Raw dairy products are banned in various states of US and Canada. As per their health regulations a severe threat of getting diseased is always on the carts due to consumption of raw dairy products. Germs may cause disease like salmonella, listeria and others, if unpasteurized dairy product is consumed.
Samosa banned in Somalia
It’s unfair; our very own delicious Samosa is banned in Somalia. The leaders of thy nation believes that the three sided snack resembles the Christian Holy Trinity and triangular shape is not acceptable in their strict Islamic culture.