The world's biggest food fight takes place during the annual "La tomatina" festival in Valencia, Spain. It uses more than 150,000 tomatoes, and lasts for one hour.
Atlantic Giant pumpkins are grown in the Canadian city of Windsor, Nova Scotia. Enthusiast paddlers carve boats out of the giant pumpkins and participate every year in the world biggest pumpkin race.
Rice and corn are the top most eaten foods in the world. About 3 billion people eat rice each day.
Canned food was invented in 1810 in order to supply Napoleon's army. The modern version of the can opener was invented 60 years later.
The biggest animal ever known to live on Earth is the Titanosaurus. It measured 140ft (40m) long and 65ft (20m) tall.
The largest creature to ever fly above our earth was the Quetzalcoatlus. It's wingspan was 50 feet (16m).
Wheat is the most traded crop in the world. It's grown on more than 500 million acres (2 million square km) of land.
French people eat 2 million eclairs every single day. It was invented in France where it was originally called "Pains à la duchesse."
The world biggest restaurant buffet organized in November, 2010 by Art of Living Foundation in India offered more than 5000 different dishes.
The worlds biggest spider, the Goliath bird eater can grow as big as 4.7 inches (12 cm), and weigh 6.2oz (175g). They have been spotted eating snakes, rodents and even small birds.
There are over 100 flavors of ice cream in the world, from cookie dough to bacon. The best selling, accounting for about 1/3 of all ice cream sold is vanilla flavored.