Reviewing the food of the country you are going to travel is one of the aspects that we all should keep in mind to avoid any kind of problem. A recommendation that comes about because of direct prohibitions, or restrictions that certain foods have in other countries.
Refusal to consume certain products is due to a variety of reasons, including religious, commercial and nutritional reasons, as well as their origin and/or preparation. Some of the most commonly eaten snacks in Spain are M&M’s, It was banned in Sweden in 2016 due to a controversy against the company Kraft Foods. Marabou chocolate peanuts are marketed under the symbol ‘M’‘, similar to the popular brand.
on the other hand, there is kind egg, This Ferrero classic, often consumed by young children around the world, is not allowed America, Because, a joint decision of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), To avoid cases of suffocation in case of possible ingestion of capsules by mistake which includes the toy.
However, not all products banned in other countries are industrial pastries. He sauce for his part, there are restrictions in france, Its accompaniment with various foods is not allowed in the educational centers of the neighboring country for nutritional reasons aimed at improving the nutrition of the youth population.
Fish bans in Oceania and the European Union
As far as fish is concerned, its consumption is restricted in maritime countries like Australia. farmed salmon While intake in the EU blowfish This is despite the fact that it is one of the star dishes of Japanese gastronomy, as fishing products obtained from poisonous fish cannot be sold.
With M&M’s in Sweden, for commercial reasons Coca-Cola sales in Cuba and North Korea, Commercial embargoes imposed by Washington prevent its consumption in these two countries. Finally, in China, Buddhist cuisine forbids the presence of garlic in its dishes, while Israel has strict restrictions on the consumption of insects.