5 of the weirdest traditional British food items Walmart will never sell

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When I was doing the list of British food items available to buy in the supermarkets, I noticed that although Walmart is selling PG Tips, it’s still a long way from carrying some other traditional British food goods.

Traditional is emphasised as it’s not hugely common for British people to eat all of this stuff on a daily basis, but these products do still sell across the pond. And they have very funny names to American ears.

So wouldn’t it be great if Walmart DID start selling pigs blood, cows udder and sheep intestine-based products though? No? Just me then.

Don’t view this list if you’re of a nervous disposition or if you’ve just scoffed a giant bowl of cereal.

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Andy Lucy

Our Wal-Mart stores here in western Kentucky do carry tripe. And, honestly, I vastly prefer my home-made haggis and black pudding to any commercial made that I’ve ever had.


Ahh, that’s great! I’m a rubbish cook so still trying to find some proper black pudding in the shops.

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