No Brasil não existe lã de aço, ninguém sabe o que é isso. Para conseguir esse produto, você precisa chegar no mercado e pedir um pacote de BOMBRIL. Esta página tem o objetivo de apresentar para você vários produtos usados no mundo de quem fala inglês. É sempre bom conhecê-los!

Esta página mostra uma comparação das marcas entre os Estados Unidos e Inglaterra. É uma trabalho cultural muito legal. Esta tabela é um trabalho em progresso. Estamos coletando todos as marcas do dia-a-dia e comparando-as.

(N, S, E, W significa Norte, Sul, Leste, Oeste do país, etc.)

categoria EUA UK(Reino Unido)
dairy products Tillamook(W)
Cabot (E) Dairylea cheese
Kraft Kerrygold
Ben & Jerry?s flora margarine
Country Crock "I can?t believe it?s not butter" (margarine)
soaps on TV Seinfeld Emmerdale (ITV1)
EastEnders (BBC1)
Coronation Street (ITV1)
The Bill (ITV1)
Family Affairs five
Neighbours (Australian) (BBC1)
Home & Away (Australian) five
record stores Rasputin (Berkeley) Virgin Records / V Shop
Tower Records Tower Records
HMV HMV
MVC
toothpaste Crest Crest
Colgate Colgate
Theramed
Aquafresh
Macleans
beer/alcopops Bud Budweiser
Coors Carling
Miller Carlsberg
Smirnoff Ice (lemon vodka)
Henry?s Heineken
Fosters (Aussie, but brewed in UK)
Bacardi Breezer (fruit vodka)
supermarkets Food Lions (S) Tesco
Safeway Safeway
Piggly Wiggly (S) Asda (owned by walmart)
Winn-Dixie ?The Meat People? (S) Sainsburys
Albertson?s
IGA
gas stations 76 BP
BP Mobil (not sure if these still exist)
Chevron Q8 (quite rare)
Shell Shell
Esso
cereals chocolate frosted sugar bombs Shreddies (Nabisco)
grapenuts weetabix (Nabisco)
Cheerios (General Mills) shredded wheat (was Nabisco, now Nestle)
Fruit Loops (Kellogg?s) cornflakes (Kellogg?s)
Cap?n Crunch crunchy nut cornflakes (honeyed and nutted cornflakes!) (Kellogg?s)
Wheaties (General Mills) frosties (sugared cornflakes ? Tony the Tiger ? "They?re Greeeeeeeeat!") (Kellogg?s)
Cream of Wheat coco pops (chocolate rice puffs ? Coco monkey) (Kellogg?s)
Pop Tarts (Kellogg?s) ricicles (sugared rice ? Rik) (Kellogg?s)
Special K (Kellogg?s) Special K (Kellogg?s)
rice krispies (rice puffs ? snap crackle and pop) (Kellogg?s)
honey nut loops (honeyed loops ? some bee thing) (Kellogg?s)
canned/tinned beans Rosarita refried beans Heinz baked beans
HP Beans
Green Giant tinned sweetcorn
banks Citibank Nat West
B of A Barclays
US Bank Lloyds
Washington Mutual HSBC
Wells Fargo
Building Societies Nationwide
high street stores: Walgreens Woolworths (woolies)
Target Boots
K Mart
Walmart WHSmith
Iceland
Kwik Save
C&C
Halfords
Superdrug
Ladbrokes
Argos
Mothercare
Clintons
Oxfam
Clarks
sportshops
sportswear Adidas Adidas
Nike Nike
Reebok Reebok
Puma Puma
Fila
Diadora
Kappa
travel agents Going Places
Thomas Cook
newspapers San Jose Mercury News Times
New York Times Observer
Washington Post Guardian
LA Times Daily Telegraph
San Francisco Chronicle
National Enquirer The Sun
USA Today Daily Mail (wail)
Daily Express (excess)
magazines
TV channels, satellite provider ABC (American Broadcasting Company) There are 5 analogue terrestrial channels:
BBC1
BBC2
ITV1
Channel 4 (S4C in Wales)
Five

All the ones listed below are on digital terrestrial (operator: FreeView), or digital satellite (operator: BSkyB)there?s also cable (operators: ntl:home & telewest)

-DT signifies that the CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) BBC three (entertainment)
BBC four (entertainment)
BBC news 24 (rolling news)
Cbeebies (toddlers)cBBC (kids)
BBC parliament (politics)
station is a HDTV station NBC (National Broadcast Company) EMAP jukebox video channels:
The Box (new hits)
KISS (dance)
The Hits (pop)
Smash Hits! (pop)
Q (alternative)
kerrang (hard rock)
magic (soft and 80?s)
-LP signifies that the station FOX (FOX Network) CNN (international)
is a low power station PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) ITV2
WB (Warner Brothers Network) Sky One (entertainment), Sky News (news), sky sports 1,2,3 and extra, sky travel, sky movies (many channels).
UPN (United Paramount Network) Vh1 ? (VH1 and VH1 classic)
HSN (Home Shopping Network) UKTV (group of tv channels, e.g. UK gold, UK style, UK horizons, UK food)
MTV2 (Music Television 2) MTV (MTV, MTV Hits (pop), MTV Dance (dance), MTV Base (rnb/ hip hop), MTV 2 (alternative/indie/rock), TMF (the music factory))
SNBC (Shop NBC) FOX News (relay of US, but without ads)
A1 (America One Network) discovery (discovery channel, discovery + 1 hour, discovery home and leisure, discovery men and motors, discovery kids)
UATV (Urban American TV) Disney channel, (Disney playhouse, ...)
TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) Nickelodeon (nick, nick + 1 hour, nick toons)
TV personalities
free digital channels
washing up liquid
fast-food chains Burger King Burger King
McDonald?s McDonald?s
In and Out Burger (in and out urge) Wimpey?s
Domino?s Pizza
Round Table
Dairy Queen (DQ)
Pizza Hut Pizza Hut
Shakey?s (pizza)
mobile phone / cellphone networks O2
T-Mobile
Orange
Vodafone
batteries Duracell Duracell
Eveready Eveready
Energizer Energizer
electrical stores Radio Shack
tea Lipton Tetley
Celestial Seasoning Brook Bond
Lyons
PG tips
coffee Folger?s Kenco Coffee
Gold Blend Coffee
chocolates Hershey?s Cadbury
Nestle
multinationals
fizzy drinks / soda Pepsi Pepsi
Coca-Cola Coca-Cola
7up (lemon/lime)
Fanta (orange)
Tango (orange)
Dr Pepper (cherry cola??)
Sprite (lemon/lime)
Lilt (pineapple/grapefruit)
Irn-Bru
Tizer
cars Ford Ford
Vauxhall
Fiat
Hyundai
Nissan
Volkswagen
Cadillac Mercedes
Buick Renault
Peugeot
electronic Sony Sony
Samsung Samsung
JVC JVC
Toshiba Toshiba
Hitachi Hitachi
Panasonic Panasonic
RCA Bush (cheap!!)
computers Compaq Apricot
IBM Sinclair
HP
Dell
football teams list of premiership teams from England and Scotland
airports Heathrow
Gatwick
music link to radio feeds
counties
Last updated 20 April 2003 ? Jeremy Smith 2003