The Great Global Food Gap

Families around the world are photographed with weekly food-shopping, from the US to Chad, showing a sharp contrast between the various eating habits and spending around the world.

America: The Revis family from North Carolina spend £220 on the weekly food shop which includes several fast food take-aways
Us family

Ecuador: The Ayme family pictured with a week’s worth of food costing £20 at their home in Tingo

Kuwait: The Al Haggan family from Kuwait City with their £140 weekly shop


Britain: The Bainton family of Cllingbourne Ducis spend £155 on their weekly food shop. They list their favourite foods as avocado, prawn cocktail and chocolate fudge cake with cream


Japan: The Ukita family from Kodaira City with their £200 weekly food shop


Mongolia: The Batsuuri family of Ulaanbaatar who spend around £25 a week on food


Chad, North Africa: The Aboubakar family from Darfur, Sudan, spend £37 a week on food to feed six people


Full article and pictures can be found here

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