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Poor diets to cause corporate loss as productivity dips

Poor diets in developing countries are costing businesses as much as US$850bn a year in lost productivity, underlining the need for companies to play a bigger role in tackling a problem that’s being compounded by the coronavirus pandemic.

Those are the findings of a study by Chatham House and Vivid Economics, the first to analyse the impact of undernutrition and obesity on business in low- and middle-income countries. Both conditions make it difficult for employees to…

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