The four core concerns:
1. Do people have enough to eat?
2. Can people afford to eat?
3. Is food of good quality?
4. What are the health outcomes of people's diet?
According to Oxfam's research, the Netherlands has the world's best diet, largely in part to its comparatively low food prices, low diabetes levels and impressive nutritional diversity. France and Switzerland tied for second place.
Also making the top 10 are Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Italy and Portugal.
Chad, where one in three children is underweight, came in last, just behind Ethiopia and Angola.
See an interactive infographic of the report here.
Canada ranked 25th, largely because of the country's growing struggle with obesity and unhealthy eating.
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