Posted: August 2, 2012 Filed under: global food security, Health, Nations With Most Food May Lack Best Diets Study, nutrition, One Minute Blogger, study | Tags: gaye crispin, global food security, health, Nations With Most Food May Lack Best Diets Study, nutrition, study
An abundant food supply doesn’t guarantee that a nation will have the healthiest or safest diet, according to a study of global food security.
The U.S., Denmark, Norway and France are the world’s most “food-secure” countries in terms of availability, cost and nutrition value while Israel, 22nd overall, had the best quality and safety, according to the study released today by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Germany, while 10th in food security, ranked 21st in quality, measured by nutrient content and balance.
The Democratic Republic of Congo ranked last.
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