May 09, 2008 04:00 AM
I saw this informative article on food consumption:
"Even as the world spins into a global food crisis, a popular theory ?
voiced by the likes of US President George W Bush and secretary of state
Condoleezza Rice ? is that the Chinese and Indians are responsible. The
'logic': due to zooming incomes, they are eating more, causing worldwide
shortages. But is that true?
Due to their huge populations, countries like India and China may appear to
consume gigantic amounts of food. But the real elephant in the room that
nobody is willing to talk about is how much each person gets to eat. And the
answer will shock many."
You may want to read the entire articles. See link below.
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