Week of June 26 – Food TriviaJune 26, 2011
Sonny the Cuckoo Bird was “cuckoo for” Cocoa Puffs.
There are twelve flowers in the design stamped on each side of an Oreo cookie – each has four petals.
Cheerios was originally marketed as Cheerioats 50 years ago.
The Bloody Mary was originally called The Red Snapper, which was its name when it crossed the Atlantic from Harry’s New York Bar in Paris.
The literal meaning of the Italian word linguine is Little tongues.
Madagascar produces two thirds of the world’s vanilla.
Shredded Wheat was the first commercially manufactured breakfast cereal
The Animal Crackers box was designed with a string handle in 1902 as a Christmas novelty, and packaged so they would be hung from the Christmas trees.← Week of June 19 – Father’s Day trivia Week of July 24 – Donut facts →