Answer: Candy Corn
Candy corn is called so due to one of the main ingredients being corn syrup.
The Buddha's hand, a type of fruit found in the Far East, is called so because it has finger-like sections which resemble representations of Buddha.
The mass anti-government protests which took place in the Sudan in late 2018 were sparked by a threefold increase in the price of bread.
"Makizushi" roughly translates to "rolled sushi" and is the most-popular form of sushi outside of Japan.
Until 1903, Coca-Cola contained a significant amount of cocaine. Cocaine infused drinks were quite common in the late 19th century.
Oktoberfest is Germany's most-popular Volksfest or beer and wine festival.
Answer: Reece's Pieces
The Hershey Company's Reece's Pieces were a main plot device (and product placement) in "E.T." due to Mars company rejecting the use of their product, M&M's, in the film.
Although foods similar to it have been around for millennia, pizza as we know originated in Italy in the 19th Century and spread globally via World War II.
The criminal organization was able to saturate the market with 100 tons of contaminated tofu due to being able to modify its color and texture with the salt rongalite.