10 Food Brands That Have Different Names Around The World
You don't have to be a world traveler to know that how we spell 'color' is different in places like Canada and Great Britain and is written as 'colour'. There are other examples of having different spellings or words for the same thing like 'pants' and 'trousers' (who calls them that?). But I am betting you didn't know that these 10 well-known food brands go by a different name in other places around the world!
How many of these did you know? I knew none!
Some information is from thisisinsider.com
In parts of Canada, Kentucky Fried Chicken is known as Poulet Frit Kentucky. It has to do with the French Canadian portions of America's hat. They have rules in regards to businesses having their name in French.
So what are 3 Musketeer bars called? Whoa...let that sink in for a second!
Our version of the Milky Way bar was first released in 1923; and a lot of people believe it was named after the solar system, but its name actually came from a popular drink at the time called malted milk.
Specifically they are called "Walkers" in England, "Chipsy" in Egypt, "Poca" in Vietnam, "Sabritas" in Mexico, and "Smith's" in Australia.
Don't fret they didn't rename the elves, they are still Snap, Crackle, and Pop. But the popular cereal here is known as Rice Bubbles in Austraila and New Zealand!
It really seems like chocolate no matter the language still looks good. Dove chocolates take on the name Galaxy chocolate in India, Egypt, and the UK.
When I hear the name Hungry Jack I think instant potatos not a Whopper. It's just odd to even see the name in that familiar bun logo!
This was probably one of my most favorite of candy to get on Halloween. It was like 20 candies in one.
It kinda makes it sound healthier, right?
The popular chip is called Cool Doritos in the UK and Cool American Doritos in Europe. Even though Ranch is a popular flavor in the states, the dressing isn't a huge hit in Europe, according to Thrillist. Therefore, even though Doritos kept their namesake, the actual flavor is called "Cool American" in several European countries, including the Netherlands, Denmark, and Iceland.