What a Week of Groceries Looks Like For a Family in 31 Countries
This picture collection of samples of what a family eats in one week in 31 different countries is a fascinating look into cultural, economic and food preferences in each country. There is only a single picture for each country which does not reflect the whole countries food choices. Food is the heart of every family as it is the source of nourishment and often togetherness.
Countries shown in picture collection: Mexico, Great Britain, United States of America, Australia, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, Japan, China, Poland, Kuwait, Mongolia, Turkey, Mali, India, Bhutan, Chad, Ecuador and Guatemala
Click here to take a look at what groceries look like for a family in 31 countries:
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