A savory spread made from yeast extract, popular in Australia but less common in other countries.
A developing bird embryo (usually duck) boiled and eaten as a delicacy, commonly consumed in Southeast Asian countries like the Philippines.
A traditional Scottish dish made from sheep's offal (heart, liver, and lungs) mixed with oatmeal and spices, not commonly found outside of Scotland.
A tropical fruit with a strong odor that is beloved by some and despised by others, often restricted or unavailable due to its smell in certain countries or public places.
A Canadian dish consisting of French fries topped with cheese curds and smothered in gravy, less commonly found outside of Canada.
Similar to Vegemite, Veggie Mite (New Zealand) or Marmite (UK) are yeast-based spreads that have a distinct taste, which may not be as widely available in every country.
A popular fast-food chain primarily found in the western United States, limiting its availability outside of this region.
A Japanese delicacy made from pufferfish that contains a toxic substance if not prepared properly, leading to limited availability due to safety concerns.
Moose is a large game animal primarily found in North America and Northern Europe, making moose meat less accessible in other parts of the world.
A premium honey produced in New Zealand from the nectar of the mānuka tree, it may not be as widely available or affordable in all countries.