26 International Food Name Fails That Will Turn You Off From Packaged Foods Forever
In the marketing/advertising industry, you think you’d have that token person whose entire job is to QA products before they hit the shelves. But then there’s international food products—an entirely other issue of checking and rechecking titles, labels, and packaging in general to make sure you’re not going to misspell, mislead, or I don’t know — completely repulse your consumers from ever buying your products?! Here are 26 of the worst international food name fails that will make you seriously reconsider buying packaged foods again.
It’s ramen. For that special kind of gal.
Tasty snacks for when you can’t find the Pepto.
Because regular flavored crack just isn’t cutting it these days, now it comes in seafood varieties!
This ones begs the question: What part of this name got last in translation?!
Goes nicely with your shrimp flavored crack.
Just what kind of creamed collon are we talking here? Those horses don’t look so happy…
As if a food product with ‘rape’ in the title wasn’t bad enough, this is the “White portion” variety. Come on people, QA! QA!!
We could even forgive the unfortunate homonym here if it wasn’t a “reducing plan candy.” Seriously, how do these people have jobs?
Is this even an international food product?
Say, have you tried having a delicious nuclear licorice lozenge after a big dinner of child shredded meat? We hear it cleans the palate well.
No, please don’t do that…
At least the first sounds happy—we don’t even want to KNOW what makes up those gravy f— things…
Have a try of this Vergina…it’s premium quality, folks.
Which part of the man are we extracting goo from, exactly?
I don’t think we want Grandma on toast this morning, thanks anyway.
Pass on the dip, too.
Now, come on. Urinal is practically a universal term— this is just beyond sick.
Again with the sexual assault foods…
Well… this one is unfortunate.
Can’t even blame a language barrier here.
J.K. Rowling referred to this dessert once in the Harry Potter books. An unfortunate use of words for a classic English dessert.
Aaaaaaand that’s all, folks.