Nutrition: Top 10 Most Expensive Foods in the World You Need to Try, According to Foodies

maxresdefault.0.jpgThere’s nothing as universally loved as good food. One of the exceptions to that rule, at least in our opinion, is food. Everyone loves good food! While what makes a particular dish ‘tasty’ is certainly subjective, there’s no doubt that given the choice between good food and ‘meh’ food, everyone will pick the good dish – barring any dietary restrictions, of course. Who in their right mind would choose a bland meal over one that’s savoury, sweet, spicy, or all of the above? Virtually no one. In the culinary world, taste matters.

Customers will be thrilled experiencing something they’ve never experienced before, and these 10 food items are some of the rarest on the planet. Some you may have had, most you probably haven’t, but if you ever get the opportunity to sample it you should make it worthwhile. They’re hard to acquire and expensive, so open up wide and let your taste buds do the talking.


Chocopologie by Knipschildt is not your ordinary chocolate. Chocolatier Fred Knipschildt crafted this delicacy using dark chocolate and black truffles – the rarest of fungi. Each chocolate has a truffle centre and is coated in rich, dark chocolate. Knipschildt first started producing them when he moved to the United States in 1996, and has been hard at work crafting them ever since. The handmade chocolate sells for about $2,600 a pound, meaning that it’s a delicacy reserved for only the most ardent of chocolate lovers.

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