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The Rest Of The World Thinks This Is "American Food" And It's A Little Insane

Delicious, though.

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Have you ever been walking through a grocery store and come upon the foreign food section? Well, turns out other countries have the exact same thing — only for "American" food.

Here's what American food is, according to...

London, England:

Sugary cereals, twinkies, candy, some gatorade, and a bunch of Pop-Tarts.
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Sugary cereals, twinkies, candy, some gatorade, and a bunch of Pop-Tarts.

Sweden:

Looks like some candy, some syrup, some beef jerky, and even more glorious Tarts.
Twitter: @AnniePolis

Looks like some candy, some syrup, some beef jerky, and even more glorious Tarts.

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Paris, France:

REESES.

New Zealand:

Cereal, soda, and a whole loooooot of candy.
Twitter: @JesseBering

Cereal, soda, and a whole loooooot of candy.

Australia:

Ya got your candies, your chips, bada bing bada boom.
Twitter: @csferrie

Ya got your candies, your chips, bada bing bada boom.

Sweden, again:

Every American's favorite condiment, "sandwich sauce."
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Every American's favorite condiment, "sandwich sauce."

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Germany:

Pop-tarts, marshmallow fluff, like seven types of mayo, and popcorn.
Twitter: @alana_sana

Pop-tarts, marshmallow fluff, like seven types of mayo, and popcorn.

Dublin, Ireland:

Lucky Charms, cake mix, peanut butter, and plenty of (kind of random) sauce.
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Lucky Charms, cake mix, peanut butter, and plenty of (kind of random) sauce.

Spain:

Cookies, cakes, Pop-Tarts, and 'mallows, baby.
Twitter: @Autumnleeaves

Cookies, cakes, Pop-Tarts, and 'mallows, baby.

France:

Honestly, nothing too stereotypically American. Looks more British to me. Shout out to Pop-Tarts.
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Honestly, nothing too stereotypically American. Looks more British to me. Shout out to Pop-Tarts.

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Yangon, Myanmar:

A bunch of Jello, cereal, and apple cider vinegar???
Twitter: @georgetownsfs

A bunch of Jello, cereal, and apple cider vinegar???

Utrecht, Netherlands:

Kool-Aid, Jello, fluff, cake, pancakes, cereal. Not too shabby.
Twitter: @awfully_good

Kool-Aid, Jello, fluff, cake, pancakes, cereal. Not too shabby.

Finland:

EVEN MORE POP-TARTS.
Twitter: @nohedgehogs

EVEN MORE POP-TARTS.

Bogota, Colombia:

SOUP AND CORN.
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SOUP AND CORN.

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Switzerland:

I'd honestly vote Pizzaburger for president.
Twitter: @KellyShmo

I'd honestly vote Pizzaburger for president.

Guangzhou, China:

So many Pop-Tarts. So many.
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So many Pop-Tarts. So many.

Denmark:

Mac & Cheese, mustard, syrups, cakes, and a whole bunch of, honestly, rando candy.
Twitter: @wojo4hitz

Mac & Cheese, mustard, syrups, cakes, and a whole bunch of, honestly, rando candy.

Scotland:

Cereal, Snapple, a ton of candy, Oreos, and... yup, Pop-Tarts.
Twitter: @katietombstone

Cereal, Snapple, a ton of candy, Oreos, and... yup, Pop-Tarts.

And, finally, France again:

Hot dogs in a jar? That's as American as it gets, baby!
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Hot dogs in a jar? That's as American as it gets, baby!