Thanks to Toronto's diversity, one can get all sorts of unique foods from around the globe in the city. From British chocolates to Japanese treats, the junk food possibilities are almost endless.
Here are 11 amazing snacks from around the world and where to get them in Toronto:
Pocky is a Japanese snack that consists of chocolate-coated biscuit sticks. They come in a variety of flavours and are packaged in small boxes.
Where to buy: PAT Central
Choco Crunchies are chocolate-covered cookies that are perfect to dip in your milk, coffee or hot chocolate. Each cookie is individually wrapped in foil and they are stacked in a long, rectangular box.
Where to buy: Topfood
Tim Tams are made of two layers of chocolate malted biscuit that is separated by a chocolate cream filling and coated in a thin layer of textured chocolate.
Where to buy: Real Canadian Superstore
Kurkure chips are a type of crunchy corn puffs that come in a variety of flavours, including the very popular Masala Munch.
Where to buy: India Bazaar
Takis Fuego are the Mexican version of Hot Cheetos, but they are much hotter. One bag can make even the most spice-tolerant person sweat.
Where to buy: Perola Supermarket
Haribo Gummy Bears
Haribo gummy bears are a sugar-free German specialty that come in a variety of flavours, such as sour gold bear and happy cola.
Where to buy: Sweet Thrills
Glengoyne Whiskey Fudge
Glengoyne Whisky Fudges are hand prepared using Glengoyne Malt Whisky from Britain. They come in a tin can and are great with beer or wine.
Where to buy: Empire by Bullet
Lotte Kancho Choco Biscuits
Lotte Kancho choco biscuits are around, chocolate-filled cookies decorated with cute animal designs.
Where to buy: Galleria Supermarket
White Rabbit is a chewy milk candy that comes in several flavours, including vanilla, chocolate coffee, coconute, lychee, strawberry, mango, redbean, matcha and much more.
Where to buy: T&T
Mamon is a Filipino sponge cake that is very soft and tasty. Some varieties are topped with shredded cheese or filled with a purple yam called Ube.
Where to buy: Remely's
Green Tea Kit Kats
Green Tea Kit Kats are a Japanese flavour of Kit Kats made with real green tea ingredients.
Where to buy: T&T
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