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Almost everyone has eaten foreign food at some point in their lives. Maybe you've eaten Chinese, Mexican, or Italian food. You might also know of some common foods having foreign origins. For instance, pizza has Italian origins but has become a popular American food.
So, how did foreign food get to America in the first place?
Foreign food often has historical origins. For instance, the word "pizza" was first documented being used in Italy in 997 AD.