Between 1886 and 1929 cocaine was a recurring ingredient in Coca Cola, as the drug was then legal and used for medicinal purposes.
Due to its relatively-low levels of moisture and high levels of acidity, bacteria and microorganisms have a hard time making a permanent home out of honey.
Answer: Carolina Reaper
The Carolina Reaper was declared the hottest chili pepper in the world by Guinness World Records in 2013.
Due to discouraging biodiversity, monocropping allows certain insects pests and diseases to proliferate.
Answer: Kentucky Fried Chicken
Starting from humble beginnings in 1952, Colonel Sanders' Kentucky Fried Chicken is now the second-largest fast-food chain in the entire world.
"Chips", as served with fish, is actually a colloquial term for French fries, which are made from white potatoes.
Answer: Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama was a central figure in getting the "Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act", which sought to improve nutrition and reduce obesity, passed in 2010.