Companies in America often go by different names abroad. Here are a few dizzying examples.
6 Snacks That Are Called By Different Names In Other Countries
#1 Lays - Walkers
In the U.K., your fave chip brand is called Walkers and you can buy all sorts of unique flavors there, including prawn cocktail and pickled onion.
#2 Twix - Raider
For decades, Twix was called Raider in Europe. This chocolate adopted the international brand name in 1991 so it wouldn't be left out.
#3 Burger King - Hungry Jack's
If you want to go to Burger King in Australia, instead you will find Hungry Jack's. When Burger King expanded to Australia, the named was already taken by a restaurant there, so it labeled itself "Hungry Jacks's" after the new Aussie owner.
#4 KFC - PFK
KFC goes by a different name in Canada. Is it PFK. PFK stands for "Poulet Frit Kentucky," or "Kentucky Fried Chicken" in French!
#5 Dove chocolate - Galaxy
In many countries outSide he U.S., Dove chocolates are called Galaxy. This version of the brand was launched all the way back in 1960!
#6 Diet Coke - Coca Cola Light
Although essentially the same product, mot places outside the U.S. have marketed Diet Coke as Coca Cola Light since the 90's.