Oxfam ranks food systems around the world

01/15/2014 | FoodSafetyNews.com

The U.S. placed 21st, tied with Japan, in a ranking of the world's food systems, earning the best score for food affordability but ranking fifth among 125 nations for unhealthy eating, according to a report by Oxfam International. The advocacy confederation measured four criteria: affordability, abundance, quality and eating habits. The Netherlands ranks first overall.

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