Venezuela's economic crisis has left more than 80 percent of its citizens in poverty. But some upper class pockets can still afford to eat out. Inside Casa Bistro, the chef explains how business continues despite the rising inflation.
Food shortages and the lack of affordable goods has led to growing malnutrition rates in Venezuela. A nonprofit initiative provides community lunches for children in low-income neighborhoods in an attempt to alleviate the problem.
Food shortages and rising inflation have made basic groceries unaffordable for many Venezuelans, over 80 percent of whom now live in poverty. After losing her job two years ago, Francia has been feeding her family from the garbage of a supermarket in Caracas.
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