10 US Foods That Don’t Fly on Foreign Menus

Skittles: While Skittles are a common candy in the US, they contain Yellow 5 and Yellow 6, which can have some adverse effects.

Maraschino Cherries: As delicious as Maraschino Cherries may be, they contain the artificial coloring Red 40.

Mountain Dew: While this neon drink is incredibly popular in the US, it contains a dangerous ingredient.

Wheat Thins: Wheat Thins are a staple in many households but are banned in the UK, Japan, and parts of Europe. 

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Little Debbie Swiss Rolls: An iconic item that many look forward to eating, Little Debbie Swiss Rolls are banned in Austria.

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Twinkies: Like Little Debbie Swiss Rolls, Twinkies are another treat banned in Austria, Norway.

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Instant Stuffing: Instant Stuffing is banned in the UK, Japan, and other regions.

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Farm Raised Salmon: While salmon is seen as a healthy food and can be beneficial for heart health.

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Coffee Mate Creamer: While Coffee Mate Creamer may be the perfect ingredient for your cup of Joe.

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US Pork: Ractopamine is a beta-agonist often fed to pigs to increase body mass while reducing fat levels.

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