In Hungary for the money you can buy a bottle of wine, and in Hong Kong — only a slice of bread.
It’s hard to imagine that you can buy food for just $ 1. In Russia there are many possible options, however, all depends on the city, where to buy the product, informs Rus.Media.
And how are things in other parts of our planet? We have seen that in some countries with five dollars in his pocket with hunger will not die.
Australia – one drink at McDonald’s.
Norway – one package of ramen noodles of fast preparation.
Hungary – a bottle of wine.
Hong Kong – one slice of bread.
Netherlands – 10 pancakes in the supermarket.
India – 6 cups of tea.
Shanghai – 10 vegetarian dumplings.
Italy espresso or cappuccino.
Nigeria – the Bank of soda and a bag of chips.
Czech Republic – a bottle and a half of beer.
Malaysia – a dozen eggs.
South Africa – two cheeseburgers at McDonald’s.
Philippines – two cans of Cheez Whiz (processed cheese).
The French baguette.
Colombia – three empanadas (pies with fillings).
Vietnam – a bowl of soup, Pho (soup with noodles, which add a serving of meat or fish).
Honduras – bananas 11.
Indonesia – 67 pieces of chewing gum.
Croatia – one big Cup of coffee.
Poland – one shot at the bar.
Egypt – falafel (deep fried balls made from crushed beans or chickpeas), Shawarma or one can of canned tuna.
Holland – 6 apples.
Finland – the hot dog.
Uruguay – one liter of milk.
Switzerland – three chewing gum.
USA – big jar of iced tea “Arizona”.