11 Products Banned in Other Countries

11 Products Banned in Other Countries

You probably never think twice about popping a minty stick of gum in your mouth, but you would in Singapore, where chewing gum is illegal. And eating French fries without ketchup may seem strange, but in France, the condiment is banned in primary school cafeterias.

Watch the video above to see what other unlikely things are prohibited worldwide.

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11 Products Banned in Other Countries
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