Top 10 Most Expensive Foods in the World

Almas Caviar


The most expensive food in the world. Made from the eggs of the albino beluga sturgeon. Costs up to $34,500 per kilogram

Bluefin Tuna


A highly prized fish known for its rich flavor and fatty texture. Often used in sushi and sashimi. A single bluefin tuna sold for a record-breaking $1.8 million in 2020

Edible Gold Leaf


Not technically a food, but often used to decorate desserts and other dishes. Made from pure gold, it is completely safe to eat Can cost up to $15,000 per kilogram



A spice made from the dried stigmas of the saffron crocus flower. One of the most expensive spices in the world, costing up to $10,000 per kg. 

White Truffles


A type of fungus found in the forests of Italy and France. Known for their intense flavor, which is often described as earthy, garlicky, and slightly sweet. Can cost up to $10,000 per kilogram

Iberico Ham


A type of ham made from black Iberian pigs. Known for its rich flavor and nutty aroma. Can cost up to $3,846 per kilogram

Ayam Cemani Chicken


A rare breed of chicken known for its black feathers, skin, and meat It is native to Indonesia and is prized for its unique flavor and appearance. Can cost up to $2,500 per bird.

Matsutake Mushrooms


A type of wild mushroom found in Japan and Korea. Known for their intense flavor and aroma, which is often described as piney and spicy, with cost up to $2,000 per kilogram.

Kopi Luwak Coffee


A type of coffee made from coffee beans that have been eaten and excreted by the Asian palm civet. Known for its smooth flavor and low acidity. Can cost up to $1,600 per kilogram

Swallow's Nest Soup


A Chinese delicacy made from the nests of swallows and made of a mixture of saliva and seaweed,they are known for their unique flavor. Can cost up to $1,000 per bowl.