Britain vs AmericanWatch
Hershys chocolate bar;
Britain: cookie and creme and milk chocolate
America; EVERYTHING ELSE
Britain; **** knows, cheddar crackers
There is definitely Nando's in America (which I might point out is a South African restaurant chain, not a British one), and you can get everything else listed there except maybe prawn cocktail crisps. Cadbury's there tastes different because it's made differently though I think.
Idk how true this is but apparently kfc in America doesn’t have fries whereas the ones in Britain do
Lol heres the link to this yt video I watched.
family run mexican diners/street food.
Penut butter cracker sandwiches
Lots lots more
Pretty sure they have blackcurrant juice from concentrate available over there (they just might not be familiar with the specific brand of Ribena), although I doubt it's as popular as e.g. apple or cranberry or grape juice which as I recall were more favoured there. They call Yorkshire puddings popovers in the US (they're slightly differently shaped when they come out of the oven but it's literally the same recipe). Probably more of a linguistic issue than the actual foodstuffs not existing in some form there; they're just called different things.
Oh, it makes sense now about the language.