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    Fascinating. Thanks for posting.
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    Holy shit that is a lot of soda for the family from Mexico... Check out all the crap the Great Britain & the US family eats in a week. The Ecuador family is so cute.
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    Thanks for posting these! I like the family from Ecuador, too. And Mali! All smiles despite the empty plates. The Mexican food looks healthy for the most part, they really should lay off the soda.
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    The mother from the USA should be ashamed of herself...2 tomatoes and some grapes and that's it for fresh produce? Does the family from Ecuador live at the bottom of a wishing well?

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    Well the Australian family is ready for a BBQ and they even include 2 cartons of cigarettes. This is really fascinating though. Thank you for posting this.
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    Thanks For Posting.I Hadn't Noticed the cartons of smokes until now.

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    The Mexican fattys need to lay off the Cola, but they do eat plenty of fresh produce so all is not lost. That's a LOT of meat for the Aussies. The healthiest overall is probably Italy and the US the least. And look at the quantities compared to the number of mouths it feeds, eg Bhutan (13) vs Germany (4). The Africans tell a story too.
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    Don't those Germans ever drink water? The amount of bottles there is pretty impressive.

    Cool photos, reminds me of the one with the grandmas from all around the world photographed with their home cooked meals:

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    I can't figure out how the US family is not obese.

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    The Japanese groceries have lots of corners. What's up with that.

    This is extremely interesting.
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    I want the German family to adopt me. I see a lot of beer and wine.
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    They don't show North Korea. It would probably show a very thin family of 12 and half-eaten North Korean.
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    Guatemala has some big damn carrots.

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