Banned food in the US: a state-by-state guide

Have you ever gone into your local Whole Foods to look for some UK-made haggis, only to find that there was a sign that read: “UK-made haggis is illegal in the United States and why are you even looking for it and still reading this very long sign?!”? We’ve all been there, and the pain is very real…

Banned food in the US: a state-by-state guide

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The Evolution Of The Nickel On Its 150th Birthday

The United States Mint began striking coins in the 1790s and from the beginning five-cent pieces were offered. But thet weren’t the nickels we know and love today. America’s original five-cent piece was the silver half dime. It wasn’t until the 1860s when industrialist Joseph Warton pushed for new coinage…

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