Food & Drink Trivia and Answers

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What does the Slavic word "vodka" translate to in English?

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Answer: Little Water
More information: Although vodka translates to "little water", a person would be foolish to drink it in place of H2O.

VeryHard

What is the scientific name of the plant used to make liquorice?

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Answer: Glycyrrhiza Glabra
More information: Glycyrrhiza glabra, the plant used to make liquorice, is native to Europe and Asia.

Easy

Fish fingers are also known as what in the United States?

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Answer: Fish Sticks
More information: A fish finger or fish stick is a strip of boneless, breaded fish meat that is usually served fried.

Hard

Which is the largest food and drink company in the world?

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Answer: Nestlé
More information: Based in Switzerland, Nestlé is operational in 189 countries and reported revenues of approximately $80 billion in 2017.

Medium

Red Stripe is a popular beer brand that originates from which country?

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Answer: Jamaica
More information: Red Stripe beer, introduced in 1928, is a product of the Desnoes & Geddes brewing company located in Jamaica.

Easy

Which beverage is advertised as being "Sports Fuel"?

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Answer: Gatorade
More information: Gatorade is officially dubbed "the Sports Fuel Company", though its overall athletic benefits have long been a subject of debate.

Easy

Who was the former celebrity spokesman for Jell-O pudding?

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Answer: Bill Cosby
More information: Ironically, one of the first meals Bill Cosby was served in prison when incarcerated in 2018 included a type of Jell-O pudding, the brand he helped make famous during the 1980's.

Easy

Henry John Heinz founded a company specializing in the production of which food product?

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Answer: Ketchup
More information: Heinz actually controls over 50% of the American ketchup market.

Hard

Which country exports the most food?

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Answer: United States
More information: Though China and India produce more food, the United States has the ability to export more due to having a smaller population.

VeryHard

During which year was cocaine finally removed as an ingredient in Coca Cola?

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Answer: 1929
More information: Between 1886 and 1929 cocaine was a recurring ingredient in Coca Cola, as the drug was then legal and used for medicinal purposes.



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