Global food security: challenges for the food and agricultural system is a 2013 report by the OECD.
"This study is concerned with how changes to the world's food and agriculture system can contribute to improvements in global food security. It takes stock of a range of existing OECD work, including that undertaken with other international organisations, in particular for the G20, and places that work in the context of wider analysis both by international organisations and in academia."-- Publisher.
The countries whose family have the highest food bills has been revealed.
Research by MoveHub shows that Uganda is the most expensive place to do a weekly shop. Qatar is the cheapest.
Data used to create the maps are from Nimbeo.
(Source: Beautiful Maps)
Developing a food (in) security map for South Africa is a 2015 working paper, published by the African Development Bank.
This study applies a survey matching technique to match the income and expenditure survey (IES) of 2005/06 and the Community Survey (CS) of 2007 to produce a food (in) security map for South Africa at various levels of disaggregation - province, district municipality, and local municipality.
In addition, the results are used to analyze the socioeconomic characteristics of food insecure households.
(Source: African Development Bank)