Food Fun Facts: Featuring A Big Blunder By Whole Foods, The Hatfields & McCoys Of The Fruit World and More
|August 13, 2012||Posted by billyrob under pop culture||
Despite its name Gold Medal Flour never won
a gold medal in the Olympics.
Peter Pan Peanut Butter originally
contained pixie dust,
which is commonly known today
as crack cocaine.
Ronald McDonald was discovered
by casting agents in Times Square,
wearing the same exact outfit
he still wears today.
Sales of muffins declined 70%
after a 1997 study concluded
the same thing anyone
with half a brain already knew:
On December 3, 2008 Whole Foods
mistakenly sold an item at a reasonable price.
The biggest food rivalry?
For as long as anyone can remember
peaches and nectarines have always despised each other,
which is why they are considered
the Hatfields and McCoys of the fruit world.
Fruit Loops were the first gay breakfast cereal.
(Not that there’s anything wrong with that)
The most confusing thing in the ice cream world:
Ben’s real first name is Jerry…
and Jerry’s is Ben.