This Is What $1 USD Gets You In Food All Around The World

From a whole bottle of wine in Hungary to a single slice of bread in Hong Kong.

We asked the BuzzFeed Community what they can buy in their country for the equivalent of $1 in America dollar. Here are the insane results.

1. Hungary — a whole bottle of wine

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—Anna Csépányi, Facebook

2. Hong Kong — one slice of plain bread

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—Katie Chan, Facebook

3. Netherlands — 10 pancakes at the supermarket


4. Norway — one package of instant ramen

—Margrethe Alvilde Antonsen, Facebook

5. India — six cups of chai


6. Shanghai — 10 vegetable dumplings from a food stand

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—Rachel Aaron, Facebook

7. Australia — a McDonald’s slushie

—Tarah Batts, Facebook

8. Egypt — one can of tuna

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—Marah Gasser Gamil, Facebook

9. Italy — an espresso or cappuccino

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—Alexandra Klus, Facebook

10. Nigeria — a can of soda and a bag of chips

—Temitope Barakat Lawal, Facebook

11. Czech Republic — one and a half bottles of beer

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12. Malaysia — a dozen eggs

—Izaddin Syah Yusof, Facebook

13. South Africa — two McDonald’s cheeseburgers


14. Philippines — two cans of Cheez Whiz


15. France — one baguette


16. Colombia — three empanadas


17. Vietnam — a bowl of pho

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18. Honduras — 11 bananas


19. Indonesia — 67 pieces of gum


20. Croatia — a large coffee

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21. Poland — one shot at a bar

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22. Cairo — a falafel or shawarma pita


24. Finland — a whole pack of hot dogs


25. Switzerland — three pieces of gum


26. Uruguay — one liter of bagged milk


—Natalia López, Facebook

27. And the United States — a huge can of Arizona iced tea


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