A poll has revealed the top 30 foods Brit expats canâ€™t live without and unsurprisingly, a delicious cup of steamingÂ teaÂ made the top spot.
If we could make a list of the mostÂ quintessentially BritishÂ food items available, most of them feature in this top 30 poll.
Everything from gravy to scones grace the 30 coveted places in the research carried out by British Corner Shop.
The research also found that, after their family and friends, two-thirds of expats missed food more than anything else when moving abroad.
The top 30 list makes us feel nostalgic just looking at it.
20. Salad Cream
24. Irn Bru
27. Malt Vinegar
29. Fish & Chips
Gravy and biscuits also featured highly on the list. After all, what is a cup of tea without a dippy biscuit?
There werenâ€™t many brand-specific items on the list, but some of the stand-out brands that expats struggled to live without included Irn Bru, Twiglets and Bovril.
Itâ€™s also interesting to note that the very British roast dinner didnâ€™t make the list. There has been a steady decline in the number of families sitting down to a Sunday roast in recent years, which could have influenced the final results of the list.
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If you were wondering whether it was just humans who get homesick for food, the answer is no. One person who filled in the survey said their cat was missing its Whiskas crunch.
Almost half of the people surveyed said they felt excitement when they saw UK brands in their local areas, too.
However, a lot of people also commented that it made them feel nostalgic, which isnâ€™t always a positive feeling when youâ€™re in a new or different country.
Hands up if youâ€™re going to make yourself a cup of tea right now?
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