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Notícias Nacionais / 20/04/2021

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In the pandemic, 13.6% of Brazilians over the age of 18 have already gone one day without a meal

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In the pandemic, 13.6% of Brazilians over the age of 18 have already gone one day without a meal


Survey released by Food for Justice - Power, Politics and Food Inequality in a Bieconomy, the Free University of Berlin, in partnership with researchers the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and the University of Brasilia (UNB), shows that 13.6 % of Brazilians over 18% spent at least one day without a meal, between the months of August and October 2020.

The survey that was carried out with 2 thousand people, between November and December 2020, shows that food insecurity - which reached 36.7% of Brazilian families in 2018 - reached 59.4% of households. Also according to the study, 6 out of 10 Brazilian households had difficulty organizing at least three meals a day.

The researchers asked whether, between the months of August and October, any of the interviewees had eaten less at meals because there was no money to buy food, 24.4% said yes.

In all, 125 million Brazilians face some form of food insecurity. Be it a reduction in the number of meals or a reduction in the amount of food on the plate, to ensure that you would not go hungry at another time.

Among families facing food insecurity, 66.8% are headed by black people and 73.8% are women. In these homes, the family income does not exceed R $ 500, which reinforces the importance of emergency assistance. In homes that are assisted by emergency aid, 74.1% were unsure whether they would have a meal that day.

In families facing food insecurity, there was a 44% drop in meat consumption, 40.8% in the purchase of fruit and 17.8% in the use of eggs in meals.


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