Sweden has risked causing a diplomatic incident by placing Vegemite and Musk Sticks in their Disgusting Food Museum.
Other entrants into the hall of shame include:
Casu Marzu, a Sardinian cheese containing the live larvae of flies
American Root Beer
Cambodian fried Tarantulas
Salty liquorice from Sweden itself
The pop-up Museum in Malmo is exploring the way different cultures look at food.
“Disgust is completely subjective,” curator Samuel West told the BBC. “Seeing your own foods on display right next to some rotting fish that someone else thinks is is a delicacy will challenge your own ideas of what is disgusting.”
Kraft’s factory at Port Melbourne produces every jar in Australia. 22 million jars are sold every year worldwide, but for every one that is exported 30 are bought here.
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