The ‘Cities & Food Security’ ranking has been developed to compare cities across the world based on different dimensions of food security, particularly food availability, accessibility and affordability, risk of flooding and climate change, and healthy food. The ranking and explanatory concepts provide support for policymakers in identifying causes and locations of food insecurity, and the indicative results - based on limited available global data - can serve as an incentive for further research with more detailed data from cities.
We assessed 850 major cities and have listed the 25 largest cities, expected in 2030, per continent. Find your city if you want to know more and get an overall impression of the food security situation.
Would you like to dig deeper or would you like to receive more information about one of the other cities in the ranking? Fill in the form you'll find at the continent pages.