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1)  c) Alaska Strawberries: a facetious 19th century American euphemism for 'dried beans'.
More about strawberries

2) Americans eat over 300,000 tons of yogurt each year.
Yogurt trivia

3) The Baobab Tree.
More Baobab trivia

4) a) Rubus idaeus is the botanical name for the Raspberry.
More about berries

5) The first Krispy Kreme doughnut was sold on July 13, 1937 in Salem, North Carolina.
Doughnut trivia

6) Dos Equis (XX) Mexican Beer was first brewed in 1900 and was originally named "Siglo XX" to signify the new millennium. Now it is simply called Dos Equis "XX".
Beer trivia & facts

7) Parker House Rolls, created at Boston's Parker House Hotel.

8) Lettuce.
Lettuce trivia

9) 2,500 gallons of blood must flow through a cow's udder each day to maintain a production of about 6 gallons of milk per day. That's 10 tons of blood to produce 50 pounds of milk.
More fun milk trivia

10) The first vending machines were used to sell chewing gum in the New York subway system.
More about chewing gum



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