World Food Prize laureates David Nabarro and Lawrence Haddad report that "every country in the world is experiencing some form of malnutrition at very serious levels." Rich countries get obesity, poor countries get infant wasting, and those in the middle get both, they report in the Telegraph"The burden of malnutrition carried by the planet is staggering. Together, high body weight, poor diets and child and maternal malnutrition account for half of all the world’s combined mortality and morbidity." The World Food Prize’s annual collection ofseminars and other events is this week in Des Moines.