A pizza and a glass of wine are the main elements of this infographic. As superficial as it sounds, I don't pretend to make a profound study of poverty and hunger with basis on this. If I had a better picture of the infographic, I would just paste it here and there you go. But I don't, so I'm gonna explain it a little.
What this says: A pizza for two costs around $25 in Caracas (and in Valencia too, dare I say, I just ate one). I won't mess with the wine, cause I don't drink and I can't assure what they say. At dollar's official prices, that same pizza costs:
$15 in Bogotá, Colombia.
$20 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
$19 in Ciudad de México, México.
$7 in New York, USA.
$12 in Madrid, Spain.
$12 in London, UK.
And for a complete understanding of the issue, I'll add that the venezuelan minimum wage is around $260.