"British adults are so ignorant about where or how food is produced that many don't know that staple items such as bacon, bread, porridge originate from UK farms.
Farmers produce 60% of all the food consumed in this country, yet many adults questioned didn't associated everyday foods with British farms. " (thanks Rania)
I'm not sure what the average Lebanese thinks, but if they believe that most of their food is imported, they would be right. I may have mentionned this before, but I'll repeat it anyway: Think of the average manoucheh (baked bread with thyme and oil). This is the penultimate Lebanese street food. Tons are consumed everyday. What does it have in it? US flour, chinese yeast, US soybean oil, Lebanese thyme, Syrian sesame. The Lebanese ingredients must make less than 0.1% of the weight and of the value of the manoucheh.