If you are taking pictures of what people eat around the world, chances are there'd be more overlap than you'd expect.
"It's a real world experience of how people relate to food. This is what people are eating late at night or it's the pretzel they see on the street," says Andrew Rosenthal, chief strategy officer of Massive Health.
You and I both know what is healthy and what is not but people often vote "worse" for others' unhealthy meals -- even though they would eat the same foods themselves.
As we can see that a "salad" in downtown Vancouver isn't the same as "salad" in Beijing, China, for example. Across all people around the world, the word "salad" was popular. However, it could be a noodle salad or Caesar salad....
With terms like "cheese"; however, we can be able to differentiate between a slice of cheese from a cheeseburger, suggesting the words aren't skewing the data.
Ever wonder what the rest of the world is eating? Check out the top 12 most popular foods and drinks recorded by eaters worldwide: