People love snacks. Not just here in the United States, but from around the globe. If you’ve ever wondered what people from other countries like to snack on, here’s a list of some of the more popular go-to snacks in thirty-six countries. Some are sweet, some are savory… and some are traditional foods made with native ingredients. Next time you plan to travel, try seeking out one of these delicious snacks.

1. England – Jaffa Cakes

Popular snack in England, Jaffa Cakes

Jaffa Cakes are often a staple to munch on for the English. These little bites of goodness consist of a Genoise sponge base topped with a layer of orange-flavored jam and a coating of chocolate.

2. Ireland – Tayto Crisps

Tayto Crisps are popular in Ireland

In Ireland, Tayto Crisps is a favorite for those who enjoy a savory snack. Popular flavors include Cheese & Onion, Salt & Vinegar, and Smokey Bacon.

3. France – LU Cookies

LU Cookies

These buttery biscuits topped with chocolate are popular in France. While they might not cause you to recall childhood memories when dipped in tea, LU cookies will certainly have you going back for a second (and third).

4. Italy – Biscotti Cookies

Biscotti cookies are a favorite snacks in Italy

Everyone loves Biscotti cookies, but perhaps none more than the Italians. These almond biscuits originated in the city of Prato and are twice baked, crunchy, and sometimes dipped in a drink, typically Vin Santo.

5. Germany – Crunchips

The Paprika-flavored Crunchips are a favorite potato chip among Germans.

6. Spain – Churros & Chocolate

Churros and chocolate in Spain

Although you won’t find Churros y Chocolaté in a vending machine or pre-packaged, it’s hard not to mention them in regards to snacks in Spain. Churros are made of fried dough and sometimes sprinkled with sugar.

7. Finland – Karl Fazer Milk Chocolate

Fazer Blue chocolate bar from Finland

Commonly called Fazer Blue, Finland loves to snack on delicious milk chocolate from time to time.

8. Poland – Delicje Cookies

Similar to Jaffa Cakes, Delicje cookies are made of a spongy biscuit for a base and topped with fruit jelly and chocolate. Mmmm.

9. Hungary – Langos Chips

If you’ve ever visited Poland, then you’re probably familiar with Lángos. It’s a popular street food made from deep-fried dough and is usually topped with sour cream, cheese, and other toppings.

10. Sweden – Djungelvral

black licorice from Sweden

Lovers of black licorice rejoice! A popular snack in Sweden, Djungelvral, is exactly that. Except it’s coated with salt.

11. Russia – White Mushroom and Sour Cream Lay’s Chips

Russian potato chips Lay's

As a global brand, Lay’s potato chips has plenty of interesting flavors you might not have had or even heard about. In Russia, white mushroom and sour cream is a popular choice.

12. Turkey – Eti Cin Cookies

In Turkey, Eti Cin Cookies are a favorite snack. They’re made with orange jelly and chocolate sprinkles.

13. Israel – Bamba, Osem

Bamba Osem Israeli snack

Bamba, Osem is at once soft and crunch, sweet and savory, and is one of the top-selling snacks in Israel. Since it contains 50% peanuts, Bamba Osem is marketed as a healthy snack.

14. Greece – Pasteli

Pasteli is a Greek snack

Perhaps the oldest snack on the list, Pasteli has been consumed by Greeks since ancient times. It’s a snack bar made up of a delicious mix of honey and sesame seeds.

15. Iran – Lavashak Anar

snacks in Iran

This popular snack from Iran is basically a homemade fruit rollup.

16. India – Kurkure

Kurkure is an Indian version of Cheeto’s, except it combines tangy, spicy, and sweet together.

17. China – Wang Wang Snow Cookies

Wang Wang snow cookies are popular in China

Wang Wang Snow Cookies are a popular snack in China. They’re crispy and are both sweet and savory, though the sugary coating make them a little more sweet.

18. Vietnam – Vinamit

These jackfruit chips are a go-to snack in Vietnam.

19. Thailand – Hajima Salmon Skinned Snacks

snacks in Thailand

Fishskin snacks are popular in Thailand, and they’re also (allegedly) healthier.

20. South Korea – Crown Butter Waffles

Basically waffles as snacks. What could be better?

21. Japan – Pocky

Pocky is a popular snack in Japan

Pocky is a chocolate-coated biscuit stick popular in Japan.

22. Phillipines – Cheese Ring

Cheesy goodness in a ring-shaped snack makes Cheese Ring popular in the Philippines.

23. Australia – Tim Tam

A popular snack in Australia, Tim Tam consists of two malted biscuits with a layer of chocolate filling in between.

24. New Zealand – Whittaker’s Peanut Slab

It’s a delicious slab of chocolate and peanuts.

25. Canada – Jos Louis Snack Cakes

Canadian snack

Canada’s version of Hostess snacks, Jos Louis Snack Cakes consist of red velvet, icing, and a chocolate coating.

26. Iceland – Matarkex

This fairly basic biscuit is a popular snack in Iceland and it’s pretty versatile: you can eat it out of the package, dip it in tea or coffee, or spread some butter on it.

27. Argentina – Cofler Chocolates

In Argentina, chocolatey and almondy goodness rules. Cofler chocolate bars are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

28. Bolivia – Salteñas

Often served as a breakfast dish, Salteñas are a type of empanada often filled with peas, carrots, tomatoes, and meat.

29. Brazil – Passatempo

These vanilla wafer cookies with chocolate cream in the middle are a favorite snack among Brazilians.

30. Colombia – Gansito

snack in Colombia

Gansito is a popular snack in all of South America, including Colombia. It’s similar to the Twinkie.

31. Ecuador – Plantain Chips

Plantain chips are popular in Ecuador

Who doesn’t like plantain chips?

32. Peru – Dona Pepa

These chocolate cookies topped with sugary, crunchy deliciousness are a favorite snack for Peruvians.

33. Mexico – Takis

These spicy, roll-shaped snacks are often considered the Mexican version of Fritos.

34. Cuba – Marquitas Yuca Chips

Yuca chips are a popular snack in Cuba

Like potatoes, Yuca is a root vegetable and is native to Central and South America. They also make great chips for snacking.

35. Puerto Rico – Tronky Ferrero

This popular Puerto Rican snack is a wafer filled with hazelnut cream.

36. South Africa – Flings

A popular South African crisp.