The expiration date on bottled water is for the bottle, not the water inside.
There actually aren’t “57 varieties” of Heinz ketchup, and never were. Company founder H.J. Heinz thought his product should have a number, and he liked 57.
The world’s largest falafel weighs 223 lbs. It took 45 minutes to cook.
The first breakfast cereal had to be soaked overnight before it could be eaten.
The world record for the tallest stack of doughnuts is 3,100.
For a limited time in 2017, Tokyo’s KitKat Chocolatory shop made three types of the chocolate bar that was sushi-inspired but didn’t actually taste like raw fish.
Dr Pepper is the oldest major soft drink in America, having been created, manufactured, and sold in 1885 by pharmacist Charles Alderton. Charles Alderton worked at a drugstore in Waco, Texas, owned by Wade Morrison. Legend has it that Morrison named it “Dr. Pepper” after the father of a young girl he was once in love with.
The Yubari King melons are the most expensive melons in the world. They cost more than $20,000 for the perfect pair.
Zucchini contains more potassium than bananas. The peel is a good source of dietary fiber and may help in reducing constipation.
To make your pineapple softer and juicier, keep it at room temperature for 1 or 2 days before cutting.