These popular chocolate eggs with toys inside are banned in the United States. The FDA prohibits the sale of candies with embedded non-edible objects due to choking hazards for children.
The sale and possession of shark fins are banned or restricted in many countries due to concerns about the endangerment of shark species and inhumane practices associated with shark finning.
Traditional Scottish haggis containing sheep's lung is banned in the United States due to restrictions on importing foods containing lungs.
While it's not entirely banned, absinthe with high levels of thujone, a compound found in wormwood, is restricted in some countries due to its historical association with health risks.
The sale and consumption of fugu liver, which contains a highly toxic substance, are banned in the European Union due to the risks of poisoning if not prepared properly.
Some countries have banned or restricted foie gras production due to concerns about animal welfare related to force-feeding ducks or geese to fatten their livers.
Certain countries have strict regulations or bans on GMOs in food production due to concerns about environmental impact, safety, and consumer preferences.
Some countries have restrictions on energy drinks with high caffeine content, especially for young people, due to health concerns related to excessive caffeine intake.