What is Food is Eaten Around the World in One Week
Opening Our Eyes and Interpreting What We See
I recently received an email from a colleague that caught my attention. In general, I don’t usually read the “forward” type of emails that have been passed on and on. However, this particular email was fascinating, intriguing, shocking and an eye opener.
The email I received was only a portion of an article that was written and posted at bizmediascience. After finding and reading the article in its original and unaltered format, it has me thinking even more.
“What are you talking about?” you ask. Take a look below, and please leave your comments or opinions. Enough said, as the photos shall speak on their own.
Meet the Manzo Family of Sicily, Italy
For the Manzo Family, they spend 214.36 Euros or $260.11 per week on food. This is what they purchase:
The Melander Family of Bargteheide, Germany
For the Melander family, they spend 375.39 Euros or $500.07 per week for food. This is what they purchase:
The Revis Family of North Carolina, United States
For this family, they spend $341.98 per week on their grocery bill. This is what they purchase:
The Casales Family of Cuernavaca, Mexico
This family spends 1,862.78 Mexican Pesos or $189.09 per week on their food purchases. This is what they purchase:
Meet the Sobczynscy Family of Konstancin-Jeziorna, Poland
This family spends 582.48 Zlotys or $151.27 for one weeks' worth of food. This is what they purchase:
The Ahmed Family of Cairo, Egypt
The weekly food expenditure for this family is 387.85 Egyptian pounds or $68.53 and they purchased these items:
The Ayme Family of Tingo, Ecuador
For one week, their food expenditure is $31.55 and for this amount, they purchased these items:
From Shingkey Village, Bhutan is the Namgay Family
For one week's food expenditure, this family spends 224.93 ngultrum or $5.03. This is what they purchased:
From Breidjing Camp, Chad is the Aboubakar Family
This family has a food expenditure of 635 CFA Francs or $1.25 per week. For this, they purchased:
What did you learn from this?
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