Broccoli: The not-so-distant cousin of mustard. As members of Brassica or Sinapis genera, mustard plants are close relatives to a surprising variety of common vegetables, including broccoli, cauliflower, turnips, and cabbage. - mentalfloss.com
$400 million: In the United States, mustard sales are more than $400 million annually. French’s Food Company is the dominant brand with a third of the mustard market. - wsj.com
Yellow mustard: The most commonly used mustard in the United States. Labeled as “American mustard” by the rest of the world, its bright yellow color comes from the use of turmeric. It was introduced over 100 years ago in 1904 by George T. French who bet that Americans would prefer milder tasting mustard than what was available at the time. - fooducate.com
1992: The year Barry Levenson opened the National Mustard Museum, home to the world’s largest collection of mustards and mustard memorabilia. As one of Wisconsin’s most famous attractions, the Mustard Museum houses more than 5,676 mustards from all 50 states and more than 70 countries. The Mustard Museum was even featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. - mustardmuseum.com
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