Fun Friday Food Facts 2017 Vol. 33

25/08/2017 - 09:33
Getting ready for the long weekend? Let us help you out with some tasty Friday food facts.

An area the size of 300 football pitches is cleared every hour for palm oil production. Solid at room temperature, the oil is used in making bread, cakes, ice cream, chocolate and spreads.

Liquorice Allsorts are said to have been invented in 1899 when salesman Charlie Thomson accidentally dropped a tray of samples he was showing a client. The client loved the mishmash of colours and shapes so much that the sweets soon went into production.

Almost one Nestle Walnut Whip is eaten every 2 seconds in the UK.

Food Ink, a pop-up 3D-printed restaurant, ran for three days in Shoreditch, London. Almost everything was constructed using commercially available printers, from the tables, chairs, lamps and cutlery to its main courses and desserts.

Blueberries can improve memory and help us to retain things we’ve learned. That’s one smart little berry!

The older the hen, the larger the egg (as a hen grows older she produces larger eggs).

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