Ranking Global Nutrition

January 19th, 2014
in econ_news

Where in the World and the Best and Worst Places to Eat?

EconintersectOxfam International is a non-profit with the mission of mobilizing the power of people against poverty.  Last week they released their evaluation of food and nutrition quality around the globe.  The evaluation was made in 125 countries and resulted in a global ranking for various measurements of nutrition and related health factors.  Some results may be surprising:  Cambodia is top ranked for healthy eating and low incidence of diabetes; Saudi Arabia is lowest ranked for both categories.

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Photo from Oxfam web site.

Follow up:

Click on page image below to read 14 Janaury 2014 media briefing by Oxfam.

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