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Statistics About The Most Expensive Ingredients

The most expensive ingredients vary widely in price, with truffles, saffron, and caviar typically ranking among the top in terms of cost per unit.

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"Civet cat coffee, also known as "kopi luwak," can command prices up to $1,300 per kilogram."

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"Yubari King melons from Japan can sell for over $20,000 at auctions."

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"Foie gras, a luxury pâté made from fattened duck or goose liver, can cost around $500 per kilogram."

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"The French cheese Pule, made from donkey milk, can sell for around $1,300 per kilogram."

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"Almas caviar, harvested from the rare albino beluga sturgeon, can cost up to $25,000 per kilogram."

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"Matsutake mushrooms can sell for up to $1,000 per kilogram."

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"Edible gold leaf can cost approximately $15,000 per pound."

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"Wagyu beef from Kobe, Japan, can cost up to $1,000 per pound."

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"Kopi Luwak coffee, produced from beans digested by civet cats, costs up to $700 per kilogram."

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"The rare black Densuke watermelon from Japan can fetch up to $6,000 per melon."

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"Iberico ham, especially the Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, can cost up to $4,500 for a leg."

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"Manuka honey from New Zealand can sell for up to $500 per kilogram."

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"The Périgord black truffle can retail for around $3,000 per kilogram."

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"White truffles, particularly from the Alba region of Italy, can cost more than $10,000 per kilogram."

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"Vanilla beans from Madagascar are among the most expensive spices, costing up to $600 per kilogram."

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"Swiftlet nests, used to make bird's nest soup, can fetch up to $2,500 per kg."

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"The "Ayam Cemani" black chicken from Indonesia can cost over $200 each."

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"Saffron, derived from the Crocus sativus flower, can cost up to $5,000 per kilogram."

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"Real balsamic vinegar, aged up to 25 years, can cost around $150 per 100 ml."

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"Bird’s nest soup, made from the nests of cave-dwelling birds, can be priced at $3,000 per kilogram."

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