National flags made with food

To get people excited about the Sydney International Food Festival and celebrate international food, national flags of participating countries were recreated using popular local foods of each nation.The advertising agency WHYBIN hired for the Sydney International Food Festival is so clever – they’ve come up with a really neat concept to promote the festival by creating food flags for the various countries represented. Each food flag contains a food that is generally identified with that country, and as a bonus, the color of the food corresponds with the color of the flag!

Food flags1 National flags made with food
China (pittaya/dragonfruit and starfruit)
Food flags2 National flags made with food
Australia (meat pie)
Food flags3 National flags made with food
Brazil (banana leaf, limes, pineapple, and passion fruit)
Food flags4 National flags made with food
France (cheeses and grapes)
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Greece (kalamata olives and feta cheese)
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India (curries, rice, and a pappadum wafer)
Food flags7 National flags made with food
Spain (chorizo and rice)
Food flags8 National flags made with food
Italy (basil, pasta, and tomatoes)
Food flags9 National flags made with food
Japan (tuna and rice)
Food flags10 National flags made with food
Lebanon (lavash, fattoush, and a herb sprig)
Food flags11 National flags made with food
South Korea (kimbap and sauces)
Food flags12 National flags made with food
Switzerland (charcuteries and emmental)
Food flags13 National flags made with food
Vietnam (rambutan, lychee, and starfruit)

Food flags14 National flags made with food
Indonesia (spicy curry and rice)

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