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18 Delicious International Foods You Can Buy On Amazon

"Been around the world, don't speak the language." **But I ate the food.

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1. A marzipan peanut candy, made out of crushed peanuts and pure happiness, from Mexico.

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Promising Review: "I wish these treats were more available in physical stores. These are amazing, (though I can rarely eat more than one at a time), and I whole-heartedly recommend these for anyone who likes peanuts. The price for so many of them is worth the purchase." —Rae

Price: 30 for $9.44

2. A box of Cadbury chocolates — now you can finally see for yourself what all the rage is that your friends who studied abroad in London make about this stuff, from the United Kingdom.

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Promising Review: "This was given to me as a gift, how fun is that?! Some of the candy bars I was familiar with, and some were brand new. It was a great variety, and packaged nicely in the box. I plan to give these to my sisters at Christmas. Have a relative that loves chocolate and already has everything? This is perfect!" —Deborah C Woldstad

Price: 10 for $16.25

3. A pack of strawberry Pocky, a biscuit dipped in strawberry frosting, from Japan. (I mean, you can't go wrong with that.) 😋

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Promising Review: "My daughter loves these, and I like that they come in individually portioned bags that make for easy grab and go." —Amanda

Price: Nine packs for $7.90

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4. A thing of Bamba, which is basically what happens when a cheese doodle meets peanut, minus the cheese. It sounds weird, but tastes amazing, from Israel.

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Promising Review: "This stuff is DELICIOUS! I bought some at the direction of our pediatrician because the latest information on childhood nut allergies says that early exposure might help avoid, rather than cause allergies. I'm not sure I'll ever be able to give them to her, though, because my husband keeps eating them! They have real peanut flavor, and they aren't full of unpronounceable ingredients. Great snack for adults OR kids, so tasty!" —Just Jill

Price: Eight for $5.29

5. An instant noodle soup that packs on the heat in a beef-based broth and lots of veggies, from Korea.

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Promising Review: "These are sooo addictive! I used to buy these from the local grocery store until I realized I could buy them on Amazon at an amazing price. I love, and regularly crave broth/soup, and this spicy noodle soup hits the spot every time!" —Pink Outpost

Price: 20 for $16.23

6. A sampler of Aero chocolate, a scrumptious treat with a bubbly/airy texture, from the United Kingdom.

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Package includes both milk chocolate *and* peppermint flavors.

Promising Review: "The bubbles in the chocolate make it so delicious! The bars melt super easily in your mouth, and are super addictive! Beware chocolate lovers, because this product will be very hard to stop eating once you start." —Kayla

Price: eight for $10.93

7. A burger or a cookie? How about both? These little cookies look like miniature burgers, but take a bite and discover chocolate-y goodness, from Japan.

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Promising Review: "Tasty and cute. I was given a few from a coworker, and had to buy them for myself. They are just delicious. A nice surprise for my 6-year-old son who got a kick out of them. I wish they sold them at the grocery store." —Amazon Customer

Price: $3.33

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8. A chile habanero hot sauce to make even the blandest of meals fun and spicy, from Mexico.

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Promising Review: "Plenty of heat, but relaxed and flavorful enough that this has become my constant staple for eggs and tacos. It's habanero, but the burn kicks in pretty much right away instead of sneaking up gradually." —Chase G.

Price: four for $12.81

9. A soda hard candy — carry these itty bitty suckers around in your pocket for a quick treat anytime, from Japan.

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Promising Review: "These candies are extremely addictive, and as soon as I received them, I ripped open the bag, and ate like five of them. What's special about this candy is that it gives you this tingling feeling as if the candy is carbonated, (it might actually be, I don't know because I can't read the Japanese on the bag). So it's sort of like you're eating a soda candy that actually fizzes in your mouth. The flavors are all great and I enjoy all of them." —MM3

Price: $4.28

10. A chocolate bar with pop rocks inside? Yep, you read that correctly. It's a sweet, sweet party in your mouth, from Israel.

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Promising Review: "My friend brought these back for me from Israel, and I needed to order more to satisfy my craving. Tasty chocolate, and a fun kick with the pop rocks!" —Christa Engquist

Price: 12 for $24.97

11. A strawberry rice cake that's a whole lotta chewy with a yummy filling. It's more of an acquired taste, but you won't know until you try it, from Japan.

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Promising Review: "Daifuku is technically a sweetened mochi -- round balls of rice cake usually stuffed with just about whatever you want. This was my first daifuku. I wasn't sure what to expect. I thought it would taste kinda like a western-style cake. WRONG. It literally is like someone took a gummy bear, marshmallows, and somehow married the two to create this. It's very soft, chewy, not too sweet, and very yummy. The strawberry flavor was there, but it was very subtle compared to other daifuku I've had." —Cupcake Monster

Price: $9.65

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12. A Lion bar is made with chewy caramel, wafer, and cereal, and then of course, covered in chocolate. Amazon describes it as being "good tasting," and we'd have to agree, from the United Kingdom.

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Promising Review: "My husband travels frequently to Europe. On one of his trips, needing a late night snack, he grabbed this candy bar out of a hotel fridge in Finland. He raved about how delicious it was, and said it was the best candy bar he'd ever eaten. It's now his absolute favorite! A combination of a Kit Kat, Snickers, and Crunch bar all in one." —C. Cole

Price: 12 for $11.85

13. An assortment of Japanese snack food. Find out for yourself what a Japanese cheat meal might look like, from Japan.

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Promising Review: "I ordered this for my daughter, and she was beyond excited that it came early. She got 36 pieces, and loves all of it." —edith


Price:
34 for $14

14. A biscuit that perfectly combines orange and chocolate flavors for an irresistible treat, from the United Kingdom.

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Promising Review: "These are basically British Twinkies. So, if you like Twinkies, you'll love these too. They have an orange flavor instead of Twinkie flavor, but the texture is similar. The orange gelatin is just enough to taste, and not overwhelming to the cake, or chocolate top. I can see why they're so popular over there." —JDH

Price: 36 for $7.68

15. A butter chicken curry paste so you can whip up restaurant-level meals from the comfort of your own kitchen, from India.

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Promising Review: "I purchased this based on the positive reviews, and it's very good. Great tasting butter chicken, with no MSG added. All you need to do is add butter and water. There is a small kick to it, but even my 13-year-old son who is not a spice fan was eating it up." —rayzer

Price: Six for $10.20 (available in seven flavors)

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16. A matcha green tea-flavored Kit Kat, not your usual milk chocolate treat, but hey, trying something new is fun, from Japan.

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Promising Review: "A fantastic treat to bring to work, and share with coworkers, or smash all of them into your face at once if you can't get enough." —Beata

Price: 12 for $7.99

17. A pack of falafel-flavored bissli, because bissli is a yummy snack in all of its various flavors, but my personal fave is the falafel, from Israel.

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Promising Review: "Osem has the best foods. Onion flavor is also very good. Ingredients are natural, and digest well. Very crispy and flavorful." —Amazon Customer

Price: 24 for $30.97

18. A cookie that tastes a LOT better than its name might suggest. Satisfy your sweet tooth with an addictive snack, from the United Kingdom.

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Promising Review: "I'm no Brit, but these biscuits are divine. I love how they go great with my afternoon coffee, or morning snack after my breakfast. I feel these are perfect, because they aren't too sweet, and they taste great." —J Eliz

Price: Three packs for $10.38

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