Did you know: Strange Food Laws Part 5

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 5😀

  • Massachusetts
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In Boston, it’s illegal to eat peanuts in church. Do nut break this rule!

  • Michigan
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If you’re starting a pig farm in Detroit, you either have to have strong fences or bejeweled swine, because it’s illegal to let pigs run loose in the Motor City without rings in their noses. 

  • Minnesota
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Meat eaters, take note: Hamburgers are illegal on Sundays in St. Cloud. Like burger try our handpicked recipes just for you🍔

  • Mississippi
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In 2013, Mississippi passed the Anti-Bloomberg bill to offset the impact of a nationwide nutrition-labeling law. In the rest of the country, it’s illegal to serve massive portion sizes (think supersize sodas) at restaurants—but in Mississippi, diners may indulge to their hearts’ content.

  • Missouri
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If you were hoping to get more than just yourself intoxicated at your next circus visit, don’t get your hopes up for Natchez, Missouri: In this town, it’s illegal to provide beer to elephants. Maybe they’d prefer a trunk full of champagne or circus peanuts?

This weird food laws taken from Tasteofhome.com

Author: FoodMady

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