National Geographic : 2013 Nov
3,6883,2581,9793,146 Animal products Plant products 2,2443,1733,8002,707UnitedStatesCanadaCubaDominicaAntiguaandBarbudaHaitiMexicoCostaRicaNicaraguaGuatemalaBrazilVenezuelaEcuadorBoliviaAustriaBelgiumGeorgiaMoldovaEgyptLibyaSouthAfricaMauritiusEritreaBurundiKuwaitTurkeyCyprusYemenKazakhstanSouthKoreaNorthKoreaTimor-LesteAustraliaNewZealandVanuatuSolomonIs.2,1723,0173,3491,6043,6812,1093,2842,0763,2612,439 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 Percent overweight and obese (2010)** Percent undernourished (2010-12 average)*** Daily calorie supply* +20 +30 +40 OR MORE +10 0 -10 - 20% Recommended daily minimum consumption 2,100 SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA NORTH AFRICA MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA EUROPE CARIBBEAN NORTH AMERICA ASIA OCEANIA MIDDLE EAST Each icon=250 cal. Change in calorie supply in 2009 from earliest year available (between 1990 and 2000) GRAPHIC: ÁlvARO vAlIÑO. SOURCES: UN FOOd ANd AGRICUlTURE ORGANIzATION; WORld HEAlTH ORGANIzATION Burundi Burundi has one of the highest levels of hunger in the world. Nearly two- thirds of children under five years old are malnourished. Georgia This year, with international help, Georgia met the 1996 World Food Summit goal of halving its number of hungry people. The Koreas Socioeconomic differences between North and South Korea account for gaps in the food supply— and average height.