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Here's What The “British Food” Section Of An American Supermarket Looks Like

Basically: Marmite.

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An American Imgur user uploaded this image of the "British" section in their local grocery store.

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We can spot: Robinsons Squash, Ribena, HP Sauce, Heinz Salad Cream, Branston pickle, Chivers jam, Coleman's Mustard (and another mustard with Tower Bridge on the front), McVitie's Digestives, Jacob's Cream Crackers, German Spätzle, John West tuna, Bisto, Bird's Custard, and Heinz Baked Beans.

Another American supermarket has a similar selection.

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Meanwhile, in Australia.

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Twiglets and Fruit Pastilles feature, as well as Irish products like Club Orange and Tayto.

And another Australian one for comparison.

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Marmite, mayo, and marrowfat peas.

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