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    Default Pictures of families weekly groceries from around the world.

    Pictures of families weekly groceries from around the world.

    http://imgur.com/a/mN8Zs

    It's more of a typical "per" country picture but interesting never the less.

    Also it's pretty interesting seeing how much US$5 will buy you around the world:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dS8qjJ4lQ0

    It definately makes me think about what I buy.
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    Thanks for sharing! Very insightful.

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    Very interesting!
    The british one is shockingly bad.
    And such a big difference between the USA photo and the Canadian photo considering how close they are geographically. Obviously not close diet wise.

    The Mexican family seem to be drinking a lot of soda!! But the rest was healthy.
    That Australian family... My gosh that is a lot of meat!!

    I think the Italian and Turkish ones looked the most balanced (bit too much bread though).

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    That's a very interesting clip.

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    Fascinating! Just looking at the fruit and veg component

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    That was really interesting.

    I couldn't help but notice the ones with the least looked the happiest!

    Ftr I wouldn't mind dining with the Mexicans

    Will watch the video a little later when the kiddies aren't in my ear lol.

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    Very interesting! DH has just gone out to get the groceries and it inspired us to get less processed stuff

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    I think I'd stay with the German family, however, they didn't took too happy for saying how much beer/wine was on the table!

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    Wow very interesting . My shopping isn't anywhere near any of those photos but it was interesting to see how much soft drink, chips and crap some households can eat in a week.
    I don't know where Mali is but I want to live there! They look healthy and happy

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