Cold Stone Creamery’s Chocolate Covered Crickets
In 2001, Cold Stone Creamery sold chocolate covered crickets as a 'Survivor' TV show promotion.
The World’s Biggest Wine Drinkers
More wine is drunk per person in the Vatican City than in any other country in the world.
Sweethearts Conversation Hearts
Sweethearts conversation hearts debuted in 1901 and were made every year up until 2019 when the brand was sold.
Why One McDonald’s Location Has Turquoise Arches
In Sedona, Arizona, the only arches you'll see are turquoise!
Ketchup Was Once Used as Medicine
In 1834, Dr. John Cooke Bennet added tomatoes to ketchup and claimed his recipe could cure diarrhea, indigestion, jaundice, and rheumatism.
Beer Day in Iceland
1st of March is the Icelandic Beer Day. Beer was banned in Iceland between 1915 and until 1989!
POG Acronym Funny
POG, or Passion fruit-Orange-Guava, is a tropical juice drink created in 1971.
Jose Cuervo: a Brand History
All Jose Cuervo tequila continues to be made in the town of Tequila in the state of Jalisco in Mexico.
Night of the Radishes
In 2014, 12 tons of radishes were harvested for the event.
The National Raisin Reserve
Somewhere in California there lies a huge secret warehouse full to the brim with raisins, overseen by a secretive cartel called the Raisin Administrative Committee.
Snow ice cream is not to be confused with 'snow cream,' also known as 'milk snow.'
The original product was a round peppermint lozenge called PEZ drops.