Between 1886 and 1929 cocaine was a recurring ingredient in Coca Cola, as the drug was then legal and used for medicinal purposes.
Gatorade is officially dubbed "the Sports Fuel Company", though its overall athletic benefits have long been a subject of debate.
Until 1903, Coca-Cola contained a significant amount of cocaine. Cocaine infused drinks were quite common in the late 19th century.
Answer: For Color
The lethal gas carbon monoxide is often added to meat in small doses to increase redness, thus making aged meats appear fresher.
American bison meat, which is healthier than chicken or beef, is used to prepare buffalo burgers.
Answer: Three Big Beefs
Sandai Wagyu are "the three big beefs" - Matsusaka, Ōmi and the most-famous of all, Kobe.
Mince pie's main ingredient is dried fruits mixed with meat and spices. Mince pie originally always contained meat, but modern recipes contain beef suet.
The plants which produce bananas are actually herbs, not trees, since they are not composed of wood.
Edible seaweed is algae that can be eaten and used to prepare food. Seaweed typically contains high amounts of fiber and is complete in protein.