Global Food Index :: Oxfam

29 Jan

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Oxfam’s Global Food Index is a snapshot of 125 countries indicating the best and worst places to eat. The data has been compiled as an interactive graph – to show where people face particular challenges in getting enough of the right food.

Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

Interesting and interactive overview of which countries around the world have enough to eat, have affordable food, have good food, and have incidents of diabetes and obesity.

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