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American Food Products Look, Um, A Little Different In Other Countries (21 Pics)

I never thought about how American food products look different in other countries. If we ever get to travel again, I’ll be looking for a bag of “Cool American” Doritos.


1. Red Solo cups labeled as “American” cups in the Netherlands.

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2. In Holland, Cool Ranch Doritos are called “Cool American”

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3. The American sweets ‘Sour Patch Kids’ are called ‘Very Bad Kids’ in France

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4. American (top) vs Australian (bottom) Sour Patch Kids

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5. In New Zealand, Rice Krispies are called Rice Bubbles

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6. Tomato flavored Pringle’s in China, surprisingly good

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7. Pringooools sold in Brazil

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8. In Asia, we have Pringle noodles

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9. The Designs on These Lipton Tea Cartons in Japan

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10. Currently in Japan, saw this Cola Pepsi

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11. You can get Oreo sticks in Asia. Best used as a straw to slurp milk

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12. Canadian Kraft Macaroni has a fork on the box while American has a spoon

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13. This bag of Ruffles I bought in Mexico came with a hot sauce packet

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14. These Lays classic potato chips I bought in China are called American Classic Flavor

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15. Frosted Flakes are ‘Frosties’ in Europe

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16. Fun Fact of the Day: Axe body spray in Australia is called Lynx

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17. In Australia, Burger King is called Hungry Jacks

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18. Smarties vs Rockets. (Americans call these slSmarties, Canadians call them Rockets.)

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19. In Italy, they have Coca Cola Light instead of Diet.

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20. American Budweiser sold as just Bud in Europe

21. The American food shelf at a local store in Finland

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