Como ya sabemos, el presente simple pasivo se forma con el auxiliar is / are + un participio pasado. Se usa cuando se quiere dar más importancia al objeto de la frase, no el sujeto.

1-hat bread is made in the bakery right down the street. 
2-This blog is written on a MacBook. 
3-Thousands of babies are born every day around the world. 
4-Millions of pizzas are sold each week in the United States. 
5-Tequila is made from a cactus called agave. 
6-Las negaciones se hacen con isn’t / aren’t: 
7-These lemons aren’t grown in Moscow, they’re grown in Alicante. 
8-This wine isn’t made in France, it’s made in Spain.