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13 Obscure and Amazing Food Products We Buy on Amazon

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You can buy some weird stuff on the internet. It’s a marvelous treasure trove of Star Wars paraphernalia, vintage crocheting supplies, and game-worn NBA jerseys (the ones with the sweat marks, so you know they’re real).

You can also buy food.

And on Amazon, you can find those elusive food items that are impossible to find at your local Kroger. From the canned pickled fish that you tried on that family vacation to Norway to the very specific gummy candy that you ate as a kid in Indiana, find it there (until it sells out and the “Currently Unavailable” mark means you might never taste Dr Pepper Vanilla Float ever again).

Here are the strange and impossible to find internet foods that Bon Appétit staffers can’t live without:

Cactus Cooler Soda Orange Pineapple Blast
“It’s a beautiful moment when you realize you’re an adult and can do what you want. In that moment, I order cases of Cactus Cooler on Amazon, turn on the TV, and work on my couch’s exquisite custom butt groove.” —Alex Beggs, senior web editor

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Haribo World Mix
“I love Haribo gummies more than I love most humans. You can get the Haribo World Mix on Amazon, which is a beautiful assortment of candies exclusive to countries all across the world, including mammoth French strawberries and cartoon-ish Super Mario 64-esque flowers. If you’ve been traveling to Europe with the sole purpose of obtaining candies, this might be a more responsible option.” —Alex Delany, assistant web editor

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Pici Pasta
“Pici is a thick bucatini-like spaghetti, but it isn’t hollow. I’ve only ever seen it and eaten it in Italy, because …read more

Source:: Bon Appetit