Fun Friday Food Facts 2017 Vol. 42

27/10/2017 - 10:13
End a manic week off with the kids with this week's Fun Friday Food Facts!
  • A discovery about the KFC Twitter account has blown people’s minds. KFC’s official twitter account, which has more than 1.2 million followers, only follows 11 people!?! Strange? Now what if I told you those 11 people are the 5 Spice Girls and 6 guys named Herb. “11 Herbs & Spices”
  • After expressing his dislike for putting pineapple on pizza earlier this year, Iceland’s president was forced to release “A Statement on the Pizza Controversy,” confirming that he “does not have the laws which forbid people to put (the tropical fruit) on their pizza”
  • The largest purchaser of kale in the world is Pizza Hut. Well, it was before its health benefits made it the 'it' vegetable. They weren't using it to eat though, they actually used it as a garnish for their salad bar
  • The soft drink 7 Up was first called Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda before switching to the rather shorter new name in 1936
  • Vytopna Restaurant at Wenceslas Square in Prague has a unique attraction for diners- a 400 metres long miniature railway which runs around the entire restaurant, and even down the centre of the tables you sit at. The trains reach speeds of 20km per hour. What's more, they deliver drinks to your table, sitting in their wagons!

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