According to FAO, some 3.1 billion people can’t afford a healthy diet globally, reflecting the impact of higher consumer food prices during the pandemic and more frequent extreme weather events that are disrupting supply chains.
FAO, through the study ‘The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022’, estimated that the number of people who could not afford a healthy diet in 2020 increased by 112 million compared to 2019.
This increase is mainly explained . . .