Did you know: Strange Food Laws Part 3

Hi all, let’s start today’s Food Facts.

We have started our new Did you know series, for Strange Food Laws. Did you know serving beer to elephants to eating peanuts in church, we’ve rounded up the weirdest, wackiest food laws? No worries we will tell you today’s facts. Let’s start today with the strange food laws part 3😀

  • Hawaii
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For a while, it was illegal to have more than one alcoholic drink in front of you at a time. Today, however, Hawaiians have the right to double-fist their adult beverages just like the rest of us. Legislators decided to repeal the law in 2014 after realizing their well-intended ordinance to slow alcohol consumption caused people to chug drinks as fast as they could to receive a second.

  • Idaho
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People like to say it’s illegal to fish from a camel’s back in Idaho, which is technically true, but the actual law prohibits fishing from the back of any animal. This law was originally meant to dissuade horseback riders, but the alternatives (like camels) are fun to imagine, too. 

  • Illinois
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In Chicago, it is illegal to eat in a place that is on fire, so if you’re dining in the Windy City and your table is on fire, make sure you call both the fire department and the police.

  • Indiana

There’s nothing more satisfying than a summertime slice of watermelon, but it’s actually illegal to eat them in the parks of Beech Grove, Indiana. Parks staff came up with the ordinance after realizing that watermelon rinds often punched through garbage bags and caused messes.

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  • Iowa
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In 1967, the town of Indianola banned ice cream trucks from roaming its streets. 

This weird food laws taken from Tasteofhome.com

Author: FoodMady

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