By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

14 Of The World’s Most Expensive Foods… People Actually Eat #12!

There is something very intimate and special about breaking bread over a delicious meal. Ingredients like spices or vegetables can really make a bland dish into one where guests will beg for the recipe.

We have brought you the most expensive meals before. Now, we have found high-priced foods from around the world. These products are meant to compliment the total dinning experience. Although, at these prices you may only be able to afford to eat one item at a time. I had no idea #10 even existed.

#1. At $2,000 to $10,000 per pound, this is the most expensive spice in the world.

Saffron is an ancient spice worth more than gold The saffron flower blooms once a year and produces only three strands. 14,000 threads are required to make one ounce.

At $2,000 to $10,000 per pound, this is the most expensive spice in the world.

#2. Tea for $1,400 for one gram.

The Da Hong Pao varies in price but those that come from ancient, 350-year-old trees are the most expensive.

Tea for $1,400 for one gram.

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#3. Up to $700 for 2.2 pounds of mash potatoes.

La Bonnotte is the most expensive potato in the world. The species grows with the help of a seaweed fertilizer found in the island of Noirmoutier, France. The land only produces about 100 tonnes of potatoes per year.

Up to $700 for 2.2 pounds of mash potatoes.

#4. $300 per pound Swedish cheese.

Gullan, Haelga, and Juno are three hard working moose who are milked to produce the yearly 660 pounds worth of cheese. The animals only lactate from May to September.

$300 per pound Swedish cheese.

#5. Black truffles worth $1,200 per pound.

The black truffles or black diamonds sell for hundreds of dollars for their aphrodisiac qualities.

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