How American Foods Look In Other Countries (21 PICS)

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Solo cups (at least in the Netherlands) are sold as "American cups."

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And Cool Ranch Doritos In Holland (and other parts of Europe) are called Cool American Doritos.

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They changed the name because ranch dressing isn't as popular or well known outside of America.

 

Sour Patch Kids in France are called Very Bad Kids.

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And the actual candies look different in Australia.

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Rice Krispies go by Rice Bubbles in New Zealand (plus Australia and parts of Europe).

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Meanwhile, these Pringles sold in China are tomato-flavored!

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And these Pringles sold in Brazil are just plain hilarious.

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Speaking of Pringles — they sell instant noodles in parts of Asia!

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In Japan, Lipton Tea cartons are very eye-catching.

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Some Pepsi bottles look pretty darn different in Japan too.

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Oreo, you've done us dirty by selling these only in Asia.

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Kraft mac 'n' cheese is called Kraft Dinner in Canada and features a fork on the box instead of a spoon.

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Meanwhile, a bag of Ruffles in Mexico looks about the same until you find the hot sauce packet inside!

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In China, Lay's Classic potato chips are called Lay's American Classic Flavor.

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Frosted Flakes cereal sold in Europe looks almost the same...until you see it's called Frosties.

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Axe body spray is called Lynx in Australia (for copyright reasons).

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And Burger King there is called Hungry Jacks for the same reason.

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In Canada, Smarties are called Rockets...but are otherwise exactly the same.

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In Italy (and lots of other places around the world), Diet Coke is called Coca Cola Light.

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In Europe, Budweiser is a different brand of beer — so you'll find American Budweiser sold as just Bud.

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And lastly, one reason American foods look different in other countries is that they're grouped together on an "American Food Shelf."

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Harty 5 month s ago
       
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Eb 5 month s ago
Harty,
look at the people.....no, its not very healthy ;)
       
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Mindie 5 month s ago
Harty,

As an American, I can say you are correct. The quantity of obese people I see daily is disheartening.
       
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Malcolm 5 month s ago
Harty,

To be fair nearly all the food shown is snack food / candies, not really what meals are made of.
       
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Aleva 5 month s ago
Harty,
It seems you offended all the fatties. Nice one!
       
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Dotha 5 month s ago
Harty,

I guess healthy foods look the same all over the world. like i suppose your broccoli is quite similar to ours
       
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Roxane 5 month s ago
#18 Fun fact: The original ones are with chocolate like M&M´s and are not from the US.
       
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Ivy 5 month s ago
#1 Solo cup is a brand, not the type of cup. Like Kleenex is a brand of tissue not a type of tissue. American cups is just a off brand made by someone other than Solo cup company. The rest of the post are likely made by the same company that make the US counterpart.
       
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Laurinda 5 month s ago
BUD ? Nobody drinks BUD. We have beer in Europe !
       
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Wint 5 month s ago
....I hate that I have to wear all this make up.
       
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Manoah 5 month s ago
Just tell me where I can find Count Chocula still. It's frustrating how it's just randomly available
       
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Georgiana 5 month s ago
#17 It's not actually Burger King. Burger King set up here in the early 2000's but failed.
       
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Aleva 5 month s ago
As an American I wish we could get more European foods here than we do. Sick of all the contaminated cr#p from China. I wonder if the same items sold in Europe have different ingredients. Our corrupt FDA allows all kinds of nasty stuff that other countries have totally banned. American beer is disgusting.
       
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Algernon 5 month s ago
Aleva,

much like "Round-Up" weed killer banned in a lot of countries ex U.S.
       
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