What can a humble loaf of bread tell us about the world? The answer is: far more than you might imagine. For one thing, that loaf can be “read” as if it were a core sample extracted from the heart of a grim global economy. Looked at another way, it reveals some of the crucial fault lines of world politics, including the origins of the Arab spring that has now become a summer of discontent.
Via Cathryn Wellner
America's poor, who are more likely to be plagued with poor nutrition and stricken with obesity than higher income groups, statistics show, are also more likely to get their meals from fast food restaurants."
Because that's where the calories are cheapest. Poor people are not stupid.
India will need to spend between 2.5 trillion rupees ($56.17 billion) and 3 trillion rupees ($67.41 billion) on food subsidy and to strengthen its supply mechanism over the next two years as the government prepares to enact a food security law,...
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