Impoverished people in developing countries spend, on average, 60-80% of their income on food, while Americans spend less than 10%. Due to this, 165 million people suffer from childhood malnutrition which is a serious issue that affects people in emerging countries. On the other hand, Americans waste about 141 trillion calories worth of food every day – adding up to $165 billion wasted per year. Interestingly, 75% of the world’s food is generated from just 12 plants and five animal species. More than 9 out of 10 farms in the world are family-run, and these alone provide more than 80% of the world’s food supply, which is why it is increasingly important that we pay a little extra for Fairtrade, so workers in poorer countries get the pay they deserve. In these developing countries, women make up 43% of the agricultural labor force, which is nearly 15 times higher than in Western countries.
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