18 National Flags Made From Each Country’s Traditional Food

Food is always art. By putting food into work, Australian adverting agency WHYBIN\TBWA managed to create a promotional campaign for the Sydney International Food Festival. The idea is simple, create national flags using each country’s most known food and at the same time try to match the colors of the flag. There are a couple of hits and misses – the Australian company completely missed the target with their flag with no matching colors! Brazil, India, and Japan came out on top with flying flags. In total, they’ve created 18 food flags for 18 countries.

Australia – meat pie and sauce National Food Flag - Australia

Brazil  – banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruitNational Food Flag - Brazil

China  – dragon fruit and star fruit National Food Flag - China

France – blue cheese, brie cheese, and grapes National Food Flag - France

Greece  – olives and feta cheese National Food Flag - Greece

India  – curry chicken, rice, cheera thoran and papadum wafer National Food Flag - India

Indonesia  – spicy curries and rice National Food Flag - Indonesia

Italy – basil, pasta, and tomatoes National Food Flag - Italy

Japan  – tuna and rice National Food Flag - Japan

Lebanon – tomatoes, pita bread, and parsley National Food Flag - Lebanon

South Korea  – kimbap and sauces National Food Flag - South Korea

Spain – chorizo and rice National Food Flag - Spain

Switzerland – charcuteries and swiss cheese National Food Flag - Switzerland

Thailand – sweet chili sauce, shredded coconut and blue swimmer crab National Food Flag - Thailand

Turkey  – Turkish Delight National Food Flag - Turkey

Vietnam  – rambutan, lychee, and starfruit National Food Flag - Vietnam

United Kingdom  –  scone, cream, and jams National Food Flag - UK

United States  – hot dogs, ketchup, and mustard National Food Flag - US

Source: This Is Marvelous

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