For true food lovers, the price of any food item is just a random number that unlocks heavenly feel for their taste buds. Unfortunately, the price (or, the “random number” if you’re a foodie!) for some food items actually extends far beyond what we would call normal. We have compiled a list of the top 11 most expensive food items on the planet Earth that are bound to put a dent in your bank balance. Check out the list here –



Kopi Luwak Coffee is produced only in a handful of countries, which include the Philippines, Indonesia, and India. It is, by far, the highest priced coffee in the world and its cost can vary anywhere between $250 a kg to a whopping $1200 a kg! The rationale behind its pricing is the way it is processed. Now, that’s some coffee I’d definitely like to have, wouldn’t you?




Mostly found in Japan, and sparsely in some other Asian countries, Matsutake Mushrooms aren’t your everyday mushrooms. They’re so rare, a kg of Matsutake Mushrooms can cost your pocket $600! These mushrooms were once quite abundant, but due to invasive species of plants and insects, the numbers have gone down drastically and in the near future we may never hear of these mushrooms again.