Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio set out to explore just how diverse the eating habits around the globe are, and published a photo album with their discoveries, called the Hungry Planet. The authors visited 30 families in 24 countries, each time photographing them at home, shopping at the market and surrounded by their weekly food purchases. Over 600 meals in countries from Chad to China reveal completely different stories: while some families don’t go without 6 gallons of Coca-Cola a week, others got to hunt down a seal to feed their kids. How would your diet look, if captured in this album?

Website: menzelphoto.com, Book: Hungry Planet

Mexico, Cuernavaca

The Casales family spends around $189 per week.

Ecuador, Tingo

The Ayme family spends around $32 per week.

United States, Texas

The Fernandezes family spends around $242 per week.

Guatemala, Todos Santos

The Mendozas family spends around $76 per week.

United States, North Carolina

The Revis family spends around $342 per week.

Canada, Iqaluit

The Melanson family spends around $392 per week.

Italy, Palermo

The Manzo family spends around $295 per week.

Cuba, Havana

The Costa family spends around $64 per week.

China, Weitaiwu

The Cui family spends around $65 per week.

Kuwait, Kuwait City

The Al-Haggan family spends around $252 per week.

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

The Dudo family spends around $90 per week.

Egypt, Cairo

The Ahmed family spends around $78 per week.

Australia, Riverview

The Brown family spends around $428 per week.

Germany, Bargteheide

The Melander family spends around $568 per week.

Mali, Kouakourou

The Natomo family spends around $30 per week.

Canada, Gatineau

The Finken family spends around $158 per week.

India, Ujjain

The Patkar family spends around $45 per week.

Japan, Kodaira City

The Ukita family spends around $361 per week.