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I toured the American Food Store in London – take a look inside the store selling $61 Tide detergent and $15 Dunkin' ground coffee

Business Insider India Logo By Maria Noyen of Business Insider India | Slide 1 of 15: I'm not British, but I spent most of my childhood living in the UK. My mom is Puerto Rican and my dad is Dutch, so they put me in an international school. At that school, I met a lot of Americans and remember being fascinated with the various snacks and treats they'd bring to class from a place called the American Food Store – it's how I learned what Gushers and Marshmallow Fluff were.But knowing how American food is priced up in UK grocery stores, I wanted to see whether an actual American food store was also selling overly expensive grocery items.

I'm half American but I grew in the UK and remember hearing US expats in middle school buzz about the American Food Store in London.

I'm not British, but I spent most of my childhood living in the UK. My mom is Puerto Rican and my dad is Dutch, so they put me in an international school.

At that school, I met a lot of Americans and remember being fascinated with the various snacks and treats they'd bring to class from a place called the American Food Store – it's how I learned what Gushers and Marshmallow Fluff were.

But knowing how American food is priced up in UK grocery stores, I wanted to see whether an actual American food store was also selling overly expensive grocery items.

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