“American” Sections In Various Shops Around The World (23 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       6 Jan 2022       2047       14 GALLERY VIEW



"This is the American section in a New Zealand grocery store."

"American section of a European grocery store."

"Lucky Charms, candy, triscuits, and if you look closely, BAKING SODA???"

 

"Here is the USA section of our grocery store in Belgium"'

"Two shelves of Reese's, like six boxes of Nerds, and some Froot Loops."

 

"The UK:"

"Pop-Tarts, beef jerky, three types of M&M's, and Marshmallow Fluff. Looks about right."

 

"Kaiserslautern, Germany:"

"Nacho cheese in a bottle, mayo, popcorn, and Pop-Tarts."

 

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"Australia:"

"Chips, candy...and Marshmallow Fluff."

 

"American section of international grocery store in Amsterdam"

"Frostings and mixes and dressings, oh my!"

 

"The American section of my grocery store when I lived in Japan."

"A ton of cereal."

 

"The "American" section of Bilka. Notice it's all garbage XD"

"Jello, chocolate syrup, and the GOAT chip Kettle Chips."

 

"American food section at an Italian grocery store"

"Pop-tarts, Fanta, and Arizona Iced Tea."

 

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"Finland:"

"Pop-Tarts, mustard, and so many hot sauces."

 

"Belgium again:"

"A respectable three shelves of Reeses."

 

"In Sweden they have an American food section"

"Goldfish, marshmallows, Snapples, and Charleston Chews? OK!"

 

"USA aisle in this grocery incl: Marshmallow Fluff, Fruit Loops, Tabasco, KC Masterpiece & Easy Cheese"

"TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF MARSHMALLOW FLUFF!"

 

"Germany again:"

"Salad dressing, nacho cheese, cake mix, syrup, and Marshmallow Fluff."

 

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"Spain:"

"Ranch dressing, chocolate syrup, cake mix, frosting, and...yup...MARSHMALLOW FLUFF."

 

"When I went to Abu Dhabi the Irish section was as expected, tea bags and tayto, but had to snap a pic of the american section. There wasn't more past the edge of the pic, it was just mayo (do ye call it ranch?)"

"Every single type of mayo under the sun."

 

"The UK:"

"Shelves and shelves of taco stuff."

 

"Paris:"

"FIVE SHELVES OF REESE'S!"

 

"Denmark:"

"Salad dressing, Jell-O, pickles, Twizzlers, and cooking spray?"

 

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"And the UK again:"

"Soda, candy, cereal, candy cereal, AND...MARSHMALLOW FLUFF."

 

"European section in a US grocery store"

"No marshmallow fluff? Sad."

 


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14   Comments ?
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Florence 4 month s ago
I'd like to say I'm surprised but after going grocery shopping yesterday those really are the items that get the biggest displays here in America...
       
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Moss 4 month s ago
Florence, no they don’t. The sections where these items are are generally very small, certainly not more prominent then any other section.
       
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Arnold 4 month s ago
#5 I know that store :-)
#19 is nice ;-)
       
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Genevieve 4 month s ago
What would you expect? Fresh apples and onions? Of course people are most interested in American candy, sodas, snacks and barbecue sauces and stuff like that. Products that may be very different from those sold in other parts of the world, and that have a long shelf life.
       
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Moss 4 month s ago
These sections are not to buy meal preparation items, they are primarily for Americans living abroad that just want a snack that reminds them of home. And most of them are items with a long shelf life because they probably don’t sell very fast. Yeah, it’s a lot of sugary items but that’s all that is really needed because you’d primarily be eating local food.
       
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Jos 4 month s ago
Many of these items are just American brands of things they can already buy, like Arm & Hammer baking soda.
       
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Rickie 4 month s ago
Where are the tacos?
       
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Carl 4 month s ago
Kraft Mac & Cheese and Rice Krispies are really hard to find. And so good.

Scrap that all and fill it with Nutella. What else do you need? Maybe some real bread.
       
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Kaye 4 month s ago
Murica!!
shoot
       
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Mally 4 month s ago
No wonder these people are obese or meth addicts
       
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Louis 4 month s ago
Mally,

I am American and I am neither. And I will refrain from saying anything bad back at you because your country produced you, and that's insult enough.
       
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Jimmie 4 month s ago
No weapons ? i don't believe you.
       
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Gabby 4 month s ago
Pop Tarts and Reeses are in almost every photo. Invest in these. But don't eat them. They bad for you.
       
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Maddy 4 month s ago
Cinnamon toast crunch is yummy.... wish they were sold here :P
       
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