Families across the world are paying hundreds of pounds just for basic foods, says charity, Save the Children.
Families in the developing world are paying hundreds of thousands of pounds for a basic basket of food that would cost £7 in the UK, according the Save the Children research.
In South Sudan, the basket of food costs four times the weekly average salary. That's the equivalent to £1,838 here.
The basket includes just one egg, five vegetables, five pieces of fruit, 1kg of meat, 500ml of oil, a pint of milk and a loaf of bread.
Climate change and population growth are causing food prices to spike, meaning even the basics are beyond the means of most poor families.
Justin Forsyth, Save the Children's Chief Executive, said: "When prices rise, families cut back even further - unable to pay the price of nutritious foods which will help children grow up healthy and fulfil their potential. The slow progress globally on malnutrition - still the underlying cause of a third of child deaths - could be at risk if we don't act to help the poorest families. "
Here we look at what the equivalent cost of the £7 basket in countries across the world would buy us in the UK.