The world's most expensive foods bring shock and wonderment. It's hard for many of us to comprehend the astronomical money some people spend on food and when you're looking at two melons priced at over $22,000, the normality of the everyday food bill goes right out of the window.
This list from The Richest documents10 of The Most Expensive Foods in The World - with info on specific ingredients and just how much they've been sold for.
Top of the list sits Italy's white truffle with 1.5 kilograms of the rare fungus sold for $160,000. This is followed by Almas caviar from Iran that costs $25,000 a kilo and comes in a personal 24 karat gold tin.
Third is, you'd have never guessed, melons - but not your regular kind. These Yubari King Melons from Japan demand huge prices at auction with matching pairs that have similar patterns commanding higher prices - around $22,000 for two.
Other interesting foods on the list include a $4,000 pizza, a $1,000 bagel and the mattake mushroom from Japan.
Here's the full list of 10 of The Most Expensive Foods in The World.
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