Food spending by Venezuelans dropped 24% to 34% since COVID began
Mary Triny Mena

Venezuelans are spending up to a third less on food than they did two years ago, according to a recent academic study. 

Cutting back on groceries is one way to cope with the country’s economic crisis.

But nutritionists are concerned about how this will affect the health and the development of young people. 

CGTN’s Mary Triny Mena reports from Caracas.

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