Street food is big business and the movement is something that has seen somewhat of a resurgence recently with the rise of food trucks all over the world.
In Latin America street food is part of tradition with $127 billion spent annually on eating from street vendors. As big as the tradition is, the culinary gems you can find in the countries are often very different.
In this infographic from The Truth About Street they look at a number of Latin American countries. Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Chile are just a few of those listed with a look at each of the street foods on offer in each country.
There's a look at view heald towards street food and a look at how fruit is often one of the most sold foods on the street - but not in Argentina.
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