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Food and Drink in Switzerland  

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Swiss cuisine shows influences of its neighbouring countries of Italy, French and German. Switzerland is renowned for Swiss cheese and chocolates. In fact, the most popular Swiss dishes of fondue and Raclette are cheese based. Tarts and quiches form part of traditional Swiss cuisine.

The Swiss enjoy apple juice as beverage. Wine is produced in several parts of Switzerland. The popular chocolate drink of Ovomaltine finds its origin in Switzerland.
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