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For the poorest households, potential undernutrition is important, especially if one takes into account that the 56% of their total expenditure is spent on food, which contrasts with the proportion of expenditure that the richest group of households leads to the same concept, which is 20 percent. In other words, with 56% of total expenditure devoted to food purchases, the poorest families cover 66% calories and 60% proteins that may require, instead, the richest, with 20% spending aimed at buying food, cover 95% calories and 117% proteins that probably require.

It turns out that households with higher income and better opportunity to access food supply, consumed almost twice the amount of calories and almost three times more protein you eat in the poorest households.

These figures are also involved elderly sector, regardless of their social status.

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