Hungry Planet: What the World Eats - Great Britain - Mali Summary & Analysis

Peter Menzel
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Great Britain - Mali Summary and Analysis

In Great Britain, food expenditure for one week is $253.15. The Bainton family members call themselves The Bees. They have two sons, one of which was turning 14 so they were going to celebrate his birthday at a pub. Deb says her son Josh is "almost vegetarian." The entire family leans towards vegetarianism, but Mark (the father) sometimes misses his Sunday roast. Both the mother and the father cook. When they shop, they gravitate towards convenience foods such as frozen pizzas and juice boxes. The children love sweets. The birthday dinner at the pub will include a cake and a spray can of whipped cream. A common breakfast might include cold cereal, toast or eggs.

In Greenland, food expenditure for one week is $277.12. With fewer than 700 people living on the central east coast of Greenland and no...

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