Globalization has brought the world closer to the extent that you’ll find these popular brands anywhere you go.
While each and every country has their favorite products, some brands are just international. No matter where you go on Earth (except a few countries of course), you are bound to find these brands in their supermarkets.
Owned by British-Dutch Unilever, this German food and drinks company is known globally for their soups, stock cubes and condiments.
Who has not seen the commercials? Sunsilk, first started in 1954, was in fact the first commercial shampoo to contain olive oil.
Indonesian instant noodles indomie have become the most recognizable instant noodles brand in the world.
A portmanteau of “Nestlé” and “café”, Nescafé is the favorite morning drink of millions of people around world.
Do we really need to explain how Pepsi is popular? It was actually developed a medicinal drink in 1800s and was sold in drugstores.
Established as mobile snack truck in 1932, Lay’s is today the world’s most recognizable potato chips brand and favorite snack.
It can kill 99.99% of all germs, and that is exactly why the iconic Lifebuoy soap bar has become one of the most known in the world.
Maggi, very much like Knorr, is known for producing stock cubes, noodles, sauces, and soups.
Originally, the company Colgate-Palmolive sold soap, but while Palmolive became known for shampoo, Colgate became known for oral hygiene products.
Coca-Cola is a name more famous than any other. It was invented by a US colonel who had been injured during the American Civil War. it originally contained a type of cocaine.