Global food security index

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The Global Food Security Index consists of a set of indices from 113 countries, it measures food security across most of the countries of the world.[1] It was first published and 2012, and is managed and updated annually by The Economist's intelligence unit.

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  1. ^ Gillam, Carey (July 10, 2012). "U.S., Denmark top ranking of world's most "food-secure" countries". Reuters. Retrieved July 15, 2012. 

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