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What country is the food you eat from?

Old Sep 18, 19, 12:17 pm
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What country is the food you eat from?

Moments ago, I just ate a cookie made in Sweden but sold in the US. That got me to thinking. What countries have made food that you ate? Let me start...

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Asia
Indonesia - cookies
Japan - rice snacks
Singapore - Hello Panda brand cookies

Europe
Belgium - Biscoff on Delta Airlines
Sweden - Gille brand cookies
Germany - Balhsen brand cookies
France - LU brand cookies
Netherlands - bottled mushrooms
Spain - olive oil

Africa
Morocco - sardines

Americas
Canada - meat, sardines
Mexico - Lays style Pringles copy
USA - lots of things

Any unusual or far away countries
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Old Sep 18, 19, 3:36 pm
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Please follow this thread in the FT Dining Buzz Forum
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Old Sep 19, 19, 8:15 pm
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Originally Posted by Toshbaf View Post
Moments ago, I just ate a cookie made in Sweden but sold in the US. That got me to thinking. What countries have made food that you ate? Let me start...

(List is incomplete)

Asia
Indonesia - cookies
Japan - rice snacks
Singapore - Hello Panda brand cookies

Europe
Belgium - Biscoff on Delta Airlines
Sweden - Gille brand cookies
Germany - Balhsen brand cookies
France - LU brand cookies
Netherlands - bottled mushrooms
Spain - olive oil

Africa
Morocco - sardines

Americas
Canada - meat, sardines
Mexico - Lays style Pringles copy
USA - lots of things

Any unusual or far away countries
Several jars of fruit from the Philippines.
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Old Sep 20, 19, 7:50 pm
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the kimchi and other banchan i eat almost daily are decidedly from the US.
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Old Oct 1, 19, 3:29 pm
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The last impressive discovery was while eating a bunch of Kiwi from New Zeland while being in France (+19,000km away)
Pineapple - Costa Rica
Banana - Peru
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