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Gifts from the States for European Hosts

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Hello, I'll be staying with some friendly acquaintances in Paris and Berlin in a week and was wondering what small/light weight gift I could give them as a token of my appreciation. My hosts are in their 20s, so something quirky would be totally fine.

For example, I read that Jelly Beans are a fun gift for the French and that peanut butter M&Ms don't exist in the UK. I'm not entirely sure if this is true but it's what I've read.

Thank you for your thoughts!

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