Skip to content Skip to footer

5 Most Expensive Foods In The World

There are a few types of food that are reserved only for the multi-millionaires in the world. It may be shocking but it’s true. Some food types or ingredients are extremely rare and some require a lot of effort, time, and resources to produce. That they are not made with gold doesn’t mean that they are not exclusive, just like gold.


The last thing anyone expects to be so expensive is some fish eggs known as caviar. Surprisingly, a kilo of Almas caviar (a type of caviar) can buy some brand-new vehicles. As a matter of fact, the most expensive caviar as recorded by the Guinness Book of Records was sold at $34,500. It was gotten from a 100-year-old albino beluga sturgeon.


Saffron is a unique spice, and the most expensive in the world. It can be used as a coloring agent in food. A pound of the spice is priced somewhere between $5,000 and $10,000.

Ayam Cemani black chicken

Ayam Cemani black chicken is a special Indonesia breed of poultry called Ayam Cemani. The chicken is known for its all-black color, including the beak, comb, feathers, meat and organs.

Wagyu beef

Wagyu beef means Japanese beef. The meat is gotten from 4 different breeds of cows in Japan. Wagyu beef is known for its moist and tender nature. It is especially known for how it melts in your mouth while eating, which is as a result of how intensely the meat is marbled with fat.


Kopi Luwak Coffee

Kopi Luwak coffee is a special coffee bean flavor that is collected from an animal called the Asian pam civet, after it has been left to ferment in the animal’s stomach.

Show CommentsClose Comments

Leave a comment