Oxfam recently examined the status of food in 125 countries all over the world. 

They then ranked the countries to determine which one was the best place to get good quality, affordable food. The resulting "Good Enough to Eat Indexevaluates the countries based on food quality, access, nutrition and cost. The researchers also took into account availability of clean water, weight of children and variety of food, in addition to diseases like obesity and diabetes.

Can you guess which country was number one?

Check out the slideshow above to learn which countries have the best food.

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