What American Products Are Called Around The World

Submitted by: iansquall 1 year ago

Lays aren"t Lays and Burger King isn"t Burger King when you cross the borders.
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Male 431
It is really strange going to comment on a submission, reading down and seeing that someone has already written pretty much exactly what you were going to write - and then discovering it was you that wrote it - in the past....
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Male 14,774
Coco Pops. Oh, now I see why you can`t use the monkey in the USA.
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Male 686
Most of this seems to be "What Americans choose to call poo that already has perfectly good names"
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Male 5,920
This video is done wrong.
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Male 431
Um, Lynx/Axe is owned by Unilever and is distinctly NOT and American brand. Dannon - really? It is the French dairy group Danone. Walkers is a brand acquired by PepsiCo to place alongside their Lays brand. Galaxy is a British brand acquired by Mars. I think we can safely say that many of these products fall under `What name foreign products are marketed under in America`.
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Female 6,381
I always thot "Kraft Dinner" was a dumb name. Mac & cheese sauce doesn`t exactly add up to a dinner.
And no, it`s Diet Coke here, too, not just in the States.
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Male 5
Sure that quite a few of these products can`t be claimed by USA. Walkers crisps are from Leicester UK for example
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Male 2,619
Someone should do their homework, this isn`t correct..
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Male 13,624
Never knew Walkers crisps sold in different names
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Male 7,775
Thank you, Vincent and Jules
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Female 7,833
Didn`t realise about the crisps...I wonder how the flavours line up though?
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Female 601
Link: What American Products Are Called Around The World [Rate Link] - Lays aren`t Lays and Burger King isn`t Burger King when you cross the borders.
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