Whether it's a bag of uniquely flavoured chips or a decadent bar of milk chocolate, Canadians take their snack food very seriously. As the inventors of ketchup chips, Hickory Sticks and Dare maple leaf cookies, we know there's a lot at stake when it comes to protecting the integrity of our snacks. Unsurprisingly, many of the snacks we enjoy in Canada regularly come from the United Kingdom — sometimes, the original product names are kept, and sometimes the snack's name is reinvented for a Canadian audience.
Is it a Glosette or a Raisinet? A Weetabix or an Oatibix? A Caramilk or a Caramello? Is Canada famous for all-dressed or everything chips? If you're a true Canadian snack food aficionado, these questions will be easy peasy. On the other hand, if you're unfamiliar with these treats, you'll come out of this quiz with a long list of new foods to try — especially if you're visiting Canada for the first time (in which case, bring an extra suitcase so you can share your newfound culinary obsession with your friend and family.)
To get into the right mood, we wholeheartedly encourage the enjoyment of several President's Choice chocolate chip cookies as a means to help you guess the correct answers (a big glass of bright pink soda pop wouldn't be remiss in this situation, either.)