If you get the munchies in Arizona, don't expect to enjoy any of these things.

Since 1906, the FDA and the USDA, (est 1862), have been monitoring all kinds of things Americans ingest including food, tobacco products, dietary supplements, prescription and non prescription drugs, veterinary stuff and all kinds of other things.

In Arizona, believe it or not, milk is one of the items that has been banned. Not regular, pasteurized milk ... that's good for you. Raw milk, however, is a no - no.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, raw dairy products are 840 times more likely to cause foodborne illnesses than those that have been properly pasteurized.

Meaning it's been "cooked" at a certain temp for a certain amount of time. Dairy that's not pasteurized can result in listeriosis, typhoid fever, diphtheria and tuberculosis among other things.

Other banned foods include shark fins, (not necessarily harmful to humans but it sucks for the sharks), sassafras oil, ("safrole" can be a carcinogen) and Japanese puffer fish. (If it's not cooked right, it'll kill you).

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You can't sell unlimited alcoholic drinks for a fixed price for a certain amount of time. No "drink and drown" nights for the Arizonians. Also, just so you know, eating grass is frowned upon.

You don't need a license to sell breads, candies, dry goods, honey, pastries, preserves, or snacks in Arizona. Better know your retailer really well if you're buying these things in a parking lot ...

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