Famous Brands That Have Different Names Around the World

Some of your favorite food brands and restaurants that you know and love may have a different name in another country.

The products will look identical, but due to trademark issues and in some cases, language laws, the food brands will go by other names in other countries.

According to Insider, these are the following brands with different names and some facts about the products:

  • KFC is called PFK in Quebec, Canada (PFK stands for "Poulet Frit Kentucky.")
  • 3 Musketeers are called Milky Ways in Europe ...
  • But American Milky Ways are called Mars Bars in Europe.
  • Lay's potato chips are called "Walkers" in England, "Chipsy" in Egypt, "Poca" in Vietnam, "Sabritas" in Mexico, and "Smith's" in Australia.
  • Rice Krispies cereal is called Rice Bubbles in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Dove chocolate is known as Galaxy chocolate in India, Egypt, and the UK.
  • Hellmann's mayonnaise is referred to as Best Foods mayonnaise in Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and some western portions of the US.
  • Burger King is called Hungry Jack's in Australia.
  • Frozen pizza brand DiGiorno is called Delissio in Canada.
  • American Smarties are called Rockets in Europe ...
  • But Canadian and European Smarties are candy-coated chocolate.
  • Kraft Mac & Cheese is called Kraft Dinner in Canada.
  • Cool Ranch Doritos are called Cool Doritos in the UK and Cool American Doritos in Europe
  • Campbell's is called Batchelors in Britain.
  • Dannon is called Danone in Europe.

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