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Sweden's Disgusting Food Museum gets a permanent home

Notions of disgust vary between cultures, the museum says. Pictured are grasshoppers and Swedish caviar in a tube. Photo: Johan Nilsson / TT

Published: 18.Jul.2019 13:56 hrs

A museum dedicated to the world's most disgusting delicacies has found a permanent home after attracting global attention when it launched as a temporary exhibit last year.

At the Disgusting Food Museum, now housed in the Caroli shopping centre in Malmö, adventurous foodies can sample 80 unusual delicacies from around the world. These range from Swedish fermented herring and salt liquorice to Australian Vegemite, from Scottish haggis to crickets. 

"Sharing a meal is the best way to turn strangers into friends," promises the museum in its promotional material, which invites visitors to "challenge their notions of what is and what isn’t edible".

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