International Flags Made of Traditional Foods

Italy flag made from foodItaly: basil, pasta and tomatoes

If there is one thing that can represent a country’s culture, it’s its cuisine. From curry to star fruit to white rice and more, different foods say a lot about a country’s resources, culinary style and values. So what better way to represent a country than by recreating its flag with its typical foods?

To promote Good Food Month in Sydney, Australia, advertising agency WHYBIN\TBWA Group designed country flags using foods commonly associated with each country. Check out some of our favorites below!



Olives and feta cheese

Greece flag made from food



Tuna and rice

Japan flag made from food



Curry chicken, rice, cheera thoran and papadum wafer

India flag made from food


United Kingdom

Scone, cream and jams

United Kingdom flag made from food


United States

Hot dogs, ketchup and mustard

United States flag made from food



Banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruit

Brazil flag made from food



Dragon fruit and star fruit

China flag made from food



Tomatoes, pita bread and parsley

Lebanon flag made from food


South Korea

Kimbap and sauces

South Korea flag made from food

What foods would you use to create your country’s flag?

Images by WHYBIN\TBWA Group
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