Food is getting more expensive and even more limited all across the world. Everywhere, people have to adapt to the new circumstances, which occasionally involves changing their diet.

Sri Lanka
Annual food inflation – 75.8% in June
Income spent on food – 29.6%
Everything, including food, gas, and medicines, is in short supply. As a result, many Sri Lankans are turning to jackfruits as a preferred alternative food source.

Annual food inflation – 22% in July
Income spent on food – 59.1%
Nigerian bakeries typically use foreign ingredients. However, because a loaf of bread is so much less expensive than in Europe, price increases are far more difficult to accept.

Annual food inflation – 11.59% in July
Income spent on food – 26.6%
The food supply was significantly damaged by a wave of strikes that began in April. This was due to farmers and transportation workers protesting about the increased petrol and fertilizer prices.

Annual food inflation – 4.1% in June
Income spent on food – 26.9%
Chicken farmers had to raise their prices in May, which resulted in a rally. A local was delighted to see the rally had an effect, but expressed concern that it had not addressed the heart of the problem.