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Denmark bans Marmite

May 25, 2011

Now we all know that Marmite is a ‘love it or hate it’ food and I happen to hate it. My choice; I don’t buy it. 

But, under Denmark’s 2004 food regulations, they’ve actually banned it, much to the annoyance of some residents.

“By law, Danish authorities must give their permission for products with such additives to be sold.
In recent years they have banned several well-known items – including the chocolate malt drink Ovaltine and some breakfast cereals.
Already a shop in Copenhagen has been ordered to remove jars of the British delicacy from its shelves.”

Read the full story: here

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