Plenty of food for thought here, with this photography series from Peter Menzel. He and writer Faith D’Alusio travelled the world, documenting what an average family typically eats in a week, and what it costs.
This article in The Guardian pairs a selection of the photos with a line on how much the families spend each week on their food bill.
Hungry Planet: What the World Eats – The Guardian
Californian photographer Peter Menzel visited 24 countries for the book Hungry Planet. From the Aboubakar family, from Darfur, Sudan, who spend 79p feeding six people, to a German family who spend around £320, his work shows how much the world’s weekly groceries cost
The differences are quite startling. Food for thought, indeed.