The difference in what a family eats in a week varies dramatically, not too unexpectedly. It was the smaller changes that really got me. In the US, a woman says she's trying to get away from canned and packaged food, but almost all her food is packaged. In rescue camps, they get just barely enough to survive, but can work to buy vegetables. Aren't vegetables necessary?
The book includes stats on each area covered including the price of a Big Mac, if there are any, and even if you're not interested in that, the photos are really great.