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    • Chocolate museums

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    • Food museum

    • A food museum tells the story of what sustains humankind. Such museums may be specifically focused on one plant, as is the Saffron Museum in Boynes, France. They may explore a food made from a plant, for example, The Bread Museum in Ulm, Germany; a product such as the National Mustard Museum in Wisconsin; the art of fo ... Read »


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    • List of food and beverage museums

    • This is a list of food and beverage museums. Food museums, beverage museums and wine museums generally provide information about how various foodstuffs are produced or were historically produced. Many of these museums are owned and operated by specific food and beverage production companies. ... Read »


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    • List of potato museums

    • A potato museum is a museum about potatoes. There are several such museums around the world. ... Read »


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    • Cadbury World

    • Cadbury World

      Cadbury World is a visitor attraction, featuring a self-guided exhibition tour, created and run by the Cadbury chocolate company. Two locations exist: Birmingham, United Kingdom; and Dunedin, New Zealand. Cadbury World was opened on 14 August 1990 by Morgan Anderson on Cadbury's Bournville manufacturing site, and ... Read »


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    • Cookbook Museum

    • The first Nordic Cookbook Museum is located in MÃ¥ltidens hus,Grythyttan, Sweden. The museum was inaugurated March 17, 2000 and is operated by the Grythyttan School of Hospitality, Culinary Arts & Meal Science. The room where the museum is situated is in a special built Kaba - a black cube. The architect Magnus Silfv ... Read »


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    • Ethnographic Museum of Dairy

    • The Ethnographic Museum of Dairy is a museum in the village of La Foz, Morcín, Asturias, Spain. Founded in 1993, the museum collects, studies and publicizes the various aspects of science and technology of milk and dairy derivatives, as well as traditional agricultural practices and customs. Containing more than 500 ... Read »


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    • Frietmuseum

    • Friet Museum

      The Frietmuseum (Fries museum) is a museum in Bruges, Belgium, which is devoted to the history of potatoes and the production of Belgian fries. It describes itself as "the first and only museum dedicated to potato fries". The museum was founded in 2008 by Eddy Van Belle, who had previously opened two other museums ... Read »


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    • Gondang Winangoen

    • Gondang Winangoen is the one and only sugar museum in Southeast Asia. The museum is located in Klaten, Central Java. It was founded in 1982 to coincide with the 1982 World Sugar Congress which was held in Jakarta. ... Read »


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    • Gourmet Museum and Library

    • The Gourmet Museum and Library (French: Bibliothèque et musée de la Gourmandise) is a museum dedicated to the history of gastronomy, located in Hermalle-sous-Huy, province of Liège, Belgium. It is the most important collection of food and drink books in Belgium and one of the twenty largest in Europe. The ... Read »


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    • Kimchi Field Museum

    • Kimchi Field Museum

      Museum Kimchikan, formerly Kimchi Museum, is a museum dedicated to kimchi; one of the staples of Korean cuisine. Exhibits focus on the food's history, its many historical and regional varieties, and its importance to Korean culture and cuisine. The museum collects data and statistics on kimchi and regularly offers acti ... Read »


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    • Museum of Sugar

    • The Museum of Sugar was a museum devoted to the history of the sugar industry in Brazil. It was envisioned by Gil de Methódio Maranhão and created on August 3, 1960 by Resolution 1745 of the Institute of Sugar and Alcohol (IAA). The first exhibition was in Rio de Janeiro at IAA headquarters. The museum was reloc ... Read »


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    • Muzeum Piernika

    • Muzeum Piernika (English: Museum of Gingerbread) is a museum located in medieval old town of Toruń, Poland, that is famous for its gingerbread. Visitors take part in an interactive show through which they are taught how to make a traditional gingerbread. The show consist of two parts - first visitors are shown how t ... Read »


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    • Tao Heung Foods of Mankind Museum

    • Tao Heung Foods of Mankind Museum, formerly Foods of Mankind Museum, is the first 'foods of mankind' museum in Hong Kong. It is one of the few museums not run and funded by the government. It was housed in a two-floored building at 1 Lok Tin Street, On Lok Tsuen, Fanling, Hong Kong but closed in 2005 due to lack of fun ... Read »


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