$110bn lost yearly to food related illnesses in low, middle income countries – World Bank

$110bn lost yearly to food related illnesses in low, middle income countries – World Bank

The World Bank in a new study has revealed that low and middle income countries across the world lose approximately $110 billion in productivity and medical expenses yearly, as a result of illnesses resulting from unsafe food. According to the report, the global epidemic of foodborne diseases is unequally distributed with countries within the low…

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