Hallo! My name's Michelle, and I recently moved from NYC to Berlin, Germany. One thing that fascinates me about my new country is how different its supermarkets are compared to what I was used to. Here are a few examples:
1.In German supermarkets, the bread aisle is way more varied than an American one.
2.A standard German beer bottle has almost a full cup more liquid than an American one.
3.Haribo gummies are a HUGE thing here. You'll find them in every animal shape, flavor, and texture imaginable.
4.Almost all grocery stores are stocked with super efficient recycling systems that'll reward you with €.08 for every beer bottle, and €.25 for every plastic one.
5.Speaking of recycling, you're not a true German until you've repurposed 20 food jars of various sizes.
6.Even sausages sometimes come in jars. 👀
7.Speaking of sausages, they come in every size, flavor, and color.