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The great global food gap: Families around the world photographed with weekly shopping as they reveal cost ranges from £3.20 to £320

The great global food gap: Families around the world photographed with weekly shopping as they reveal cost ranges from £3.20 to £320
Snapshots of families' weekly shop from countries around the world shows the food gulf between nations By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 18:32 BST, 5 May 2013 | Updated: 11:18 BST, 9 May 2013 A study of what 30 families living around the world eat in one week shows the huge gulf between the diets of different nations. Crisps, biscuits and chocolate treats dominate the shopping basket of the Baintons from Britain who spend an average of £155 every week to feed their family of four. Other items on their shopping list include ready meals such as baked beans as well as convenience goods like ketchup, teabags and mayonnaise. These pictures of their weekly food shop shows the sharp contrast between the eating habits of those in the UK and others around the globe. Britain: The Bainton family of Cllingbourne Ducis spend £155 on their weekly food shop. Chad, North Africa: The Aboubakar family from Darfur, Sudan, spend £37 a week on food to feed six people

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