A recent ranking by international non-profit organization, Oxfam, of world food systems placed the United States tied with Japan at number 21. Countries were judged and ranked based on “food quality, abundance of food, affordability of food and eating habits of citizens” (Food Safety News). The Netherlands took the top spot in the ranking with France, Switzerland tying for number 2. The United States was the 6th worst scoring country for unhealthy eating, with only Saudi Arabia, Fiji, Jordan, Mexico and Kuwait having worst scores.
Read the full report from Oxfam here, http://www.foodsafetynews.com/files/2014/01/Good-Enough-To-Eat-Media-brief.pdf