From around the world

name my name

Senior Member
chinese
Hi folks,

I have seen a sentence like this: Our products are sourced from the best ingredients from around the world.

I want to know that if "from around the world" makes sense, because it seems awkward to me.

Thanks in advance!
 
  • dadane

    Senior Member
    English-London
    It makes perfect sense. This is very much a stock phrase in English, it is used a lot.

    What if you were to replace 'from around the world' with 'from locations around the world'? Would it seem a little less awkward?
     
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