Malnutrition and hunger in Poland
The Food Banks have published their latest report „Malnutrition and hunger in Poland. „Malnutrition and hunger in Poland.” which highlights the growing problem of quality malnutrition. This problem is invisible because it concerns deficiencies of minerals, nutrients and vitamins. The problem also affects overweight people.
The publication presents the results of an analysis of the data collected. As the report indicates, at least 3% of people in Poland are at risk of food shortages. The economic situation has worsened in the last year for 77% of those surveyed. Only about 2.5% of respondents are of the opinion that the economic situation has improved.
Full version of the report HERE