Hershey is probably guessable from mentions in film and TV, but the others are very tough.
While I agree those brands are not only in America, I can’t let you say that Hershey is high quality.
Besides, it would be nice having this quiz with brands outside us, we barely see any Asian or South American brands on there.
The quality of chocolate is always relative. Hershey's is not "low quality" chocolate, it's chocolate stabilized with butyric acid, a characteristic taste that a lot of Americans became accustomed to and others mostly (but not entirely) haven't. Complaining about it is like complaining about the taste of tamarind in tamarind candies or the taste of rosewater in Turkish delight. I don't like tamarind but it doesn't make tamarind candies "low quality" and it doesn't mean that people who like them are stupid or undiscriminating. It just has a flavor which is offputting if you aren't used to it and don't like it.
I tried lots of treats and snacks in Japan and some of them were really noisome to me, in texture or in taste, but I didn't feel the need to whine about it, without being asked, every time someone mentions them.
Only 27.7% of users are based in the US therefore by a huge amount, the majority of users are not from the US.
Curious, I looked it up. It was originally designed to look like the letter A because of the brand's earlier name ("athletically hip") as well as to look like "a woman's hair and face outline".
I've never seen Swarovski, an Austrian company, being sold anywhere. Or at least I've not noticed it. Its Wikipedia page says they operate in 170 countries. Believe it or not, your not knowing an answer doesn't automatically render the question unfair.
i am 25 years old and its the first time hearing that brand.
obscure american brands ffs
I never was in america and i only got 2/20 ( samsung and reddit). I never heard of any other Brand and they are definitely not available in Lebanon
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