It's not delivery, it's DiGiorno. Except in Canada, where it's not DiGiorno, it's Delissio. But either way, it's not delivery. Unless you have Postmates pick it up from the store and bring it to you. And if you're on the U.S.-Canada border. If that's the case, we have no idea what you call it.
The product was originally known as Kraft Dinner, but the name was later changed to Kraft Macaroni & Cheese in many countries. However, it's still known as Kraft Dinner in Canada, where it's one of the country's most popular meals. For an added kick, you can mix in some tasty Canadian bacon, or as they call it up north, bacon.
In the U.K., Campbell's condensed soup is sold as Batchelors. So look for this soup in a London supermarket, if you can get there without causing an accident from driving on the wrong side of the street.
It used to be known as Esso in the United States, but then the name changed to Exxon in 1972, but stayed Esso in the rest of the world. So keep that in mind if you're in Canada and only want to use Exxon, instead of just fueling up at whatever gas station is on the right side of the street.
In parts of Europe, you can buy a variety of Doritos that have the flavor "Cool American," which is the same as Cool Ranch. Which is misleading, because you'd think Cool American Doritos would taste like blue jeans.
The bar known as Three Musketeers in the U.S. is called a Milky Way in Europe. And the American Milky Way is called a Mars bar in Europe. Fortunately, the American Mars bar is not sold in Europe, otherwise things would get confusing.
Lay's Potato Chips have many different names in other countries, including Walkers (U.K.), Smith's (Australia), Chipsy (Egypt) and Sabritas (Mexico). Lay's has so many aliases that we're pretty sure the potato chip is actually an international spy.
In the U.K., Snickers bars were called Marathon until the 1990s. They may have changed the name when they realized, when training for an actual marathon, there's better things you can eat than a chocolate bar.