*Based on 2018 Data
Afghanistan has a modest food energy intake of 2040 calories. The country's dietary patterns may be influenced by factors such as limited resources, ongoing conflicts, and reliance on staple foods.
2040 KCal per person
North Korea's political and economic landscape may contribute to challenges in ensuring a diverse and nutritionally adequate diet for its population.
2019 Kcal per capita
Economic factors, agricultural practices, and access to diverse food sources plays a role in shaping the country's lower caloric consumption.
2002 KCal per person
Despite its agricultural potential, factors such as poverty, food distribution, and infrastructure challenges impacts the availability and variety of foods in the diet.
1981 Kcal per person
The island nation's unique biodiversity and agricultural practices influences the composition and availability of food, contributing to lower caloric intake.
1938 Kcal per person
Zimbabwe has 2nd lowest food energy intake of 1,908 kilocalories due to economic challenges, droughts, and other environmental factors.
1908 KCal per person
with the lowest food energy intake of 1,786 kilocalories, it tops the list of least eating country. Economic instability, conflict, and limited infrastructure contributes to the challenges in meeting nutritional needs.
1786 KCal per person