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    Here Is What's In The "American" Section In 17 Grocery Stores From Around The World

    Nothing says America like hot dog-stuffed pizza crust.

    1. In Finland, mayonnaise comes in giant "American size" jars.

    The largest size for Hellmann's mayo is called "American size" in my country from mildlyinteresting

    You're gonna need an extra cart to carry that.

    2. In France, hot dogs come in a glass jar.

    From the "American Food" section in France from funny

    This is what will send the villain in Ratatouille 2 down the path of darkness.

    3. And in Germany, they're in huge cans.

    In Germany you can purchase one Gallon cans filled with American style Hot Dogs. from mildlyinteresting

    Also seen on "Top 10 Reasons I'm Okay With Being Vegetarian."

    4. Aldi's in Germany advertised an entire "American food week," featuring hot dogs, pickles, and rosé.

    While everyone in the US is waiting for German food week, here in Germany I’m waiting for American food week from aldi

    You know, all the Fourth of July staples.

    5. In Spain, you can find these geographically-confused chili beans.

    I live in Madrid and I went to the American grocery store to look for relish (they had it!) and I saw this. I felt proud! from kansascity

    Still looks yummy, TBH.

    6. Japan sells the cutest baby milk jugs.

    Found this tiny jug of milk in Japanese-American grocery store from mildlyinteresting

    Perfect for the on-the-go dairy drinker.

    7. Germany sells patriotic popcorn by the tin.

    I am an American living in Germany. My grocery store currently has a temporary “American food” section. Join me for a tour of what Germans think Americans eat.

    @erik_kaars / Via Twitter: @erik_kaars

    A yummy snack + a reusable container? Yes, please!

    8. Cool Ranch Doritos transform into Cool American Doritos before they hit the shelves in Iceland.

    These “Cool American” Doritos I found in Iceland from mildlyinteresting

    Captain America would approve.

    9. Switzerland combines three classic American favorites into a Frankenstein's monster of flavors.

    My sister sent a picture from the "American Food" section in a grocery store in Switzerland.

    @KellyShmo / Via Twitter: @KellyShmo

    For the travelers who just can't decide which dish they miss the most.

    10. In Germany, sandwich bread is very, very American.

    the extent to which sandwich bread and peanut butter are branded with USA stuff surprised me when I first visited here. also frozen pizza & french fries

    @jaytholen / Via Twitter: @jaytholen

    Pairs perfectly with Cool American Doritos.

    11. In Sweden, Twinkies and Pop-Tarts are museum artifacts.

    twinkies and poptarts in swedish ”disgusting food museum” from mildlyinteresting

    Harsh.

    12. Mr. Peanut's cowboy cousin is on peanut butter jars in Germany.

    Bought peanut butter from the American food section today (germany) from mildlyinteresting

    He's hanging out with the Statue of Liberty.

    13. In Venezuela, Oreos are a slightly different color.

    Venezuelan oreos are brown instead of black. from mildlyinteresting

    They're still milk's favorite cookie.

    14. If bacon at breakfast isn't enough for you, then you can get ...this... on Amazon in the UK.

    I wanted to buy some American groceries on Amazon UK until I saw this and realised that some things you just have to be born American to enjoy. from pics

    I have so many questions, starting with... why?

    15. In Dubai, Pringles are sold by the meter.

    These 1 meter Pringles cans from mildlyinteresting

    This appears to be a seasonal item, but it's still pretty cool.

    16. In France, macaroni and cheese comes in a can.

    17. And finally, German grocery stores go all out with their American cuisine.

    I always love showing my friends in the US all the “American food” in Germany so here you go. I gotta say, that snack box looks pretty legit. That’s a White Castle order.

    @Quarkitty / Via Twitter: @Quarkitty

    This looks more American than McDonald's.