Here are the special rules.
In Australia and New Zealand you will not be served salmon. You will probably start to protest, but to change something you’re not. Among other things, not will you buy Kinder Surprise in the US, and unpasteurized milk in Canada, you don’t sell chewing gum in Singapore, and Ketchup…but all in order.
Poisonous puffer fish in some countries considered a delicacy, while in others it is totally out of the law. Fugu, for example, is very appreciated and loved in Japan, but in China and in European countries it is forbidden on the legislative level.
Salmon is among the most useful products. Of course this applies only to those fish that were grown on farms. They typically are fed grain mixed with antibiotics and other drugs. As a result of this diet fish meat loses its color, and return it with a dangerous substance astaxanthin. Despite the obvious consumer harm salmon prohibited only in Australia and New Zealand.
3. Kinder Surprise
American physicians came to the conclusion that chocolate surprise eggs contains a lot of harmful sweeteners. The US government did not think long and banned the sale of this delicacy.
4. Foie Gras
Animal defenders with his constant reminders of the cruel treatment of ducks and geese in the production of foie Gras managed to get through only to the Indian authorities and the Brazilian city of são Paulo.
The inhabitants of the American States of Illinois and California actively campaigned against the use of horse meat in food and still made the fact that horse meat became illegal.
6. Unpasteurized milk
The government of Canada, Scotland, Australia and 20 U.S. States decided to fight the spread of listeriosis, salmonellosis and Escherichia coli ban on the sale nepaterizovanny milk and products made from it.
7. Chewing gum
In Singapore long and unsuccessfully fought with the stuck and dried on the streets of chewing gum. And in 1992, employees of public utilities initiated a complete ban in the country of chewing gum. The authorities supported this idea and the import of smuggled products is punishable by year in jail and a fine of $5.500. These measures lasted until 2004, after which the ban was revised and chewing gum began to sell prescription.
National Scottish dish made from chopped sheep’s offal mixed with onions, oatmeal, fat and spices and cooking mutton in the stomach, is illegal in the United States.
Somali authorities are banned in their country to use a harmless triangular pies stuffed with meat or vegetables steel. The reason lies in their shape. Rulers they recalled the Holy Trinity, which is “Christian” the dish was in a Muslim country banned.
Another interesting restriction was imposed, the government of France. They felt that the ketchup, stopping to appreciate the authenticity of French cuisine. It was decided to remove him from all school menus in the country — “it is in childhood formed the taste and is familiar with traditional dishes”.