List of food days

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This is a list of food days.

Global[edit]

Date event Origin notes
47 Days Before Easter Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) Historical
March 22 World Water Day 1993, United Nations General Assembly
August (First Friday of Aug) International Beer Day
September(Saturday before Labor Day) International Bacon Day
September 29 International Coffee Day
October 1 World Vegetarian Day 1977, North American Vegetarian Society
October 2 World Farm Animals Day [1]
October (Second Friday of Oct)[2] World Egg Day [1]
October 16 World Food Day 1945, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
November 1 World Vegan Day 1994, The Vegan Society

Africa[edit]

  • October 31 - Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security[3]

Brazil[edit]

Canada[edit]

Date event Origin notes
(varies) Food Freedom Day Canadian Federation of Agriculture
Saturday of Civic Holiday weekend Food Day Canada Anita Stewart

June 27 - Chip Day

Germany[edit]

  • January 11 - Day of German Apples (Tag des deutschen Apfels)[5]
  • April 23 - Day of German Beer (Tag des Deutschen Bieres)[6]
  • September 25 - Day of German Butterbrot (Tag des deutschen Butterbrots)[7]
  • November 19 - National Soup Day[8]

Iran[edit]

  • October 27 - National Cheeseburger Day (روز ملی چیزبرگر)[9]
  • January 23 - National Pie Day (روز ملی پای)[10]

Italy[edit]

  • April 17 - National Espresso Day (Espresso Italiano Day)[11]

Japan[edit]

  • November 11 - Pocky Day
  • October 10 - Mochi Day

Luxembourg[edit]

  • 4th Sunday in Lent - Pretzel Sunday (Bretzelsonndeg)[12]

Netherlands[edit]

Sweden[edit]

  • March 25 - Waffle Day (Våffeldagen)[15]
  • October 4 - Cinnamon Bun Day (Kanelbullens dag)[16]
  • November 7 - Mud Cake Day (kladdkakans dag)

Turkmenistan[edit]

  • August 9 - Melon Day[17]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

The United States has more than 175 days related to awareness of food or drink.[18]

January[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
January 1 New Years Day (Western) Roman Gregorian calendar [19]
January 2 National Buffet week [20]
January 2 National Creampuff Day
January 3 National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day [21]
January 4 National Cheese Fondue Day
January 5 National Whipped Cream Day
January 19 National Popcorn Day [22]
January 20 Cheese Day [23]
January 23 National Pie Day American Pie Council [24]
January 24 National Peanut Butter Day National Peanut Board [25]
January 27 National Chocolate Cake Day National Day Calendar [26]

February[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
February 2 National Tater Tot Day Foodimentary [27][28][29][30]
February - first Saturday Ice Cream for Breakfast Day
February 6 National Frozen Yogurt Day [31]
February 9 National Pizza Day [32]
February 15 National I Want Butterscotch Day [33]
February 16 National I Want BBC Day [33]
February 29 National Frog Legs Day (Celebration for Leap Day) Foodimentary [28][29][34]

March[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
March 1 Sandwich Day
March 1 National Peanut Butter Lover's Day National Peanut Board [25]
March 7 National Crown Roast of Pork Day [18]
March 8 National Peanut Cluster Day National Peanut Board [25]
March 9 National Crabmeat Day [35]
March 9 National Meatball Day [36]
March 10 National Blueberry Popover Day [35]
March 11 Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day [35]
March 11 Johnny Appleseed Day John Chapman (September 26, 1774 – February 18, 1845) [37]
March 12 National Baked Scallops Day [35]
March 13 National Coconut Torte Day [35]
March 14 National Pi Day
March 21 National Corndog Day
March 23 National Chip and Dip Day [20]
March 31 National Clams on the Half Shell Day [20]

April[edit]

Date Event Notes
April 2 National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day [18][38][39]
April 5 National Caramel Day [40]
April 7 National Beer Day [41]
April 12 National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day [35][42]
April 17 National Cheeseball Day [39][43][44]
April 19 National Garlic Day [45]
April 24 National Pigs in a Blanket Day [44][46]
April 25 National Zucchini Bread Day [39]
April 26 National Pretzel Day [32][44][47]
April 29 National Shrimp Scampi Day [39]

May[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
May 4 National Candied Orange Peel Day [35][39]
May 11 National Eat What You Want Day Thomas Roy [18][44][48]
May 17 National walnut day 1949, Walnut Marketing Board
May 23 National Taffy Day [49]
May 24 National Escargot Day
May 28 International Hamburger Day [39]

June[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
1st Friday National Doughnut Day 1938, The Salvation Army [21]
1st Sunday National Frozen Yogurt Day 1993, TCBY [50]
June 5 National Cheese Day Foodimentary [29][51][52]
June 10 National Iced Tea Day
June 11 National Corn on the cob day
June 12 National Peanut Butter Cookie Day National Peanut Board [25]
June 15 National Lobster Day
June 16 National Vinegar Day [18]
June 16 National Fudge Day
June 17 Eat Your Vegetables Day [21]
June 25 National Catfish Day 1987, Presidential proclamation [21]
June 26 National Chocolate Pudding Day

July[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
3rd Sunday National Ice Cream Day 1984, Presidential proclamation [39][53]
July 1 National Creative Ice Cream Flavor Day [54]
July 1 National Gingersnap Day [55]
July 2 National Anisette Day [56]
July 3 Eat Beans Day [53]
July 3 National Chocolate Wafer Day [57]
July 4 National Caesar Salad Day [58]
July 4 National Spareribs Day [59]
July 4 National Barbecue Day [60]
July 5 National Apple Turnover Day [61]
July 6 Take Your Webmaster to Lunch Day Thomas Roy [62][63]
July 6 National Fried Chicken Day [64]
July 7 Macaroni Day [53]
July 7 National Strawberry Sundae Day [65]
July 8 National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day [66]
July 9 National Sugar Cookie Day [67]
July 10 National Piña colada Day [68]
July 11 National Blueberry Muffin Day [69]
July 12 National Pecan Pie Day [70]
July 13 National French Fries Day [71]
July 14 National Grand Marnier Day [72]
July 14 National Mac & Cheese Day [72]
July 15 National Tapioca Pudding Day [18][39]
July 15 Gummi Worm Day [21]
July 16 Fresh Spinach Day [18][73]
July 16 National Corn Fritter Day [74]
July 17 National Peach Ice Cream Day [75]
July 18 National Caviar Day [18]
July 19 National Daiquiri Day [76]
July 20 National Lollipop Day [77]
July 21 National Junk Food Day Michael Jacobson [78]
July 22 National Penuche Fudge Day [79]
July 23 National Hot Dog Day [80]
July 24 National Tequila Day [81]
July 24 National Drive-Thru Day [82]
July 25 National Hot Fudge Sundae Day [83]
July 26 National Coffee Milkshake Day [84]
July 27 National Creme Brulee Day [85]
July 27 National Scotch Day [86]
July 28 Hamburger Day [53]
July 28 National Milk Chocolate Day [87]
July 29 National Lasagna Day [88]
July 30 National Cheesecake Day [89]
July 31 National Raspberry Cake Day [90]

August[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
August 3 National Mustard Day Mount Horeb Mustard Museum [23][33]
August 3 Watermelon Day
August 3 National White Wine Day [91]
August 10 National S'more Day [92]
August 13 National Filet Mignon Day
August 14 National Creamsicle Day Theresa DeLuca
August 15 National Lemon Meringue Pie Day Theresa DeLuca
August 16 National Rum Day Theresa DeLuca
August 16 World Bratwurst Day Theresa DeLuca
August 17 National Vanilla Custard Day Theresa DeLuca
August 19 Potato Day
August 21 National Spumoni Day
August 22 National Eat A Peach Day Theresa DeLuca
August 22 National Pecan Torte Day Theresa DeLuca
August 23 National Sponge Cake Day [35]
August 24 National Peach Pie Day Theresa DeLuca
August 24 National Waffle Day Theresa DeLuca
August 25 National Banana Split Day Theresa DeLuca
August 25 Whiskey Sour Day Theresa DeLuca
August 26 National Cherry Popsicle Day [39]
August 27 National Pots De Creme Day Theresa DeLuca
August 27 National Banana Lovers Day Theresa DeLuca
August 28 National Cherry Turnover Day Theresa DeLuca
August 28 Crackers Over The Keyboard Day Thomas Roy [63]
August 29 More Herbs, Less Salt Day Thomas Roy [33][63]
August 30 National Toasted Marshmallow Day [43]
August 31 Trail Mix Day [91]

September[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
September 4 National Macademia Nut Day [93]
September 5 National Cheese Pizza Day [93]
September 6 National Coffee Ice Cream Day Theresa DeLuca
September 7 National Beer Lover's Day Foodimentary [29][94][95]
September 7 National Acorn Squash Day [93]
September 7 National Salami Day Theresa DeLuca
September 8 National Date Nut Bread Day Theresa DeLuca
September 9 Wienerschnitzel Day Theresa DeLuca
September 9 National Steak Au Poivre Day Theresa DeLuca
September 10 National TV Dinner Day Theresa DeLuca
September 11 National Hot Cross Bun Day Theresa DeLuca
September 12 National Chocolate Milkshake Day Theresa DeLuca
September 12 National Banana Day Theresa DeLuca
September 13 National Peanut Day [93]
September 13 International Chocolate Day Theresa DeLuca
September 13 Fortune Cookie Day Theresa DeLuca
September 14 National Eat a Hoagie Day [93]
September 15 National Linguine Day [93]
September 16 National Guacamole Day [93]
September 17 National Apple Dumpling Day [93]
September 18 National Cheeseburger Day [96]
September 19 National Butterscotch Pudding Day
September 20 National Pepperoni Pizza Day
September 26 National Better Breakfast Day [93]
September 26 National Pancake Day [97]
September 26 Johnny Appleseed Day John Chapman (September 26, 1774 – February 18, 1845) [37]
September 28 Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children [98]
September 29 National Biscotti Day Biscotti Goddess
September 30 National Hot Mulled Cider Day [93]

October[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
October 4 National Vodka Day [20]
October 4 National Taco Day [99]
October 11 National Sausage Pizza Day Foodimentary [28][29][100][101]
October 14 National Dessert Day [102]
October 18 National Chocolate Cupcake Day [103]
October 20 National Brandied Fruit Day [39][104]
October 23 National Chicken Day [39][104]
October 24 National Bologna Day [18][105]
October 24 National Food Day Center for Science in the Public Interest [106]
October 25 National Greasy Food Day [107][108]
October 28 National Chocolate day [109]
October 29 National Oatmeal Day [109]
October 30 Haunted Refrigerator Night Thomas Roy [110]
October 30 National Candy Corn Day [111]
October 31 National Candy Apple Day [112]
October 31 National Caramel Apple Day [113]

November[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
1st Thursday National Men Make Dinner Day 1998, Sandy Sharkey [114][115][116]
4th Thursday Turkey Day (informal name for Thanksgiving Day) [117][118]
Day after Thanksgiving Sinkie Day [33]
November 1 National French Fried Clam Day [citation needed]
November 1 National Cook For Your Pets Day [119]
November 2 National Deviled Egg Day [20][120]
November 3 National Sandwich Day [120][121]
November 4 National Candy Day [20]
November 6 National Nachos Day [20]
November 6 International Stout Day [122]
November 7 National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day [20][21][39][119]
November 7 National Eating Healthy Day American Heart Association [123][124]
November 8 National Harvey Wallbanger Day [citation needed]
November 8 Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day Thomas Roy [18][110][120]
November 9 National Scrapple Day [citation needed]
November 10 National Vanilla Cupcake Day [20]
November 11 National Sundae Day [125]
November 12 National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day [20][39]
November 12 Chicken Soup for the Soul Day Chicken Soup for the Soul Enterprises Inc. [126]
November 13 National Indian Pudding Day [20][39]
November 14 National Spicy Guacamole Day [20][120]
November 14 National Chicken Day [20][120]
November 14 National Pickle Day
November 15 National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day [20]
November 15 National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day [120][127]
November 16 National Fast Food Day [citation needed]
November 17 National Baklava Day [citation needed]
November 17 Homemade Bread Day [120]
November 18 National Vichyssoise Day [128]
November 19 Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day [citation needed]
November 20 National Peanut Butter Fudge Day National Peanut Board [20]
November 21 National Stuffing Day [129]
November 22 National Cranberry Relish Day [citation needed]
November 23 National Cashew Day [20]
November 23 National Eat A Cranberry Day [120]
November 24 National Espresso Day [130]
November 25 National Parfait Day [20][120]
November 26 National Cake Day [20]
November 27 National Bavarian Cream Pie Day [20]
November 28 National French Toast Day [20][35]
November 29 Throw Out Your Leftovers Day [120]
November 29 National Chocolates Day [20][120]
November 30 National Mousse Day [20]

December[edit]

Date Event Origin Notes
December 1 Eat a Red Apple Day [18][131]
December 4 National Cookie Day 1987, Blue Chip Cookie Company [131][132]

[133]

December 8 National Brownie Day [131]
December 11 National Noodle Ring Day Foodimentary [28][29][134][135]
December 11 National Have A Bagel Day Foodimentary [28][29][136]
December 13 National Ice Cream Day [131]
December 15 National Cupcake Day
December 17 National Maple Syrup Day [137]
December 18 National Sangria Day [138]
December 21 National Hamburger Day [32]
December 25 National Pumpkin Pie Day [35][131]
December 27 National Fruitcake Day [43]
December 30 National Bicarbonate of Soda Day [18]
December 31 National Champagne Day [citation needed]

See also[edit]

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