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Crops and food in numbers

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Crops and food in numbers" presents global agricultural statistics related to crop production, consumption, and workforce. It informs that 12% of the world's land area is used for crop production. It lists vegetables as covering 1% of the world's total agricultural area, implying their spatial significance. Additionally, it shares that 23.5 kg of sugar and sweeteners are consumed per person per year, indicating a high level of sugar consumption. It notes that 368 million tonnes of potatoes were grown and 69 million tonnes of oranges were harvested, highlighting these crops' production volume. The slide states that world imports of wheat amount to 147 million tonnes, mirroring the importance of wheat in global trade. Furthermore, rice is identified as the primary staple for over half the world's population, underscoring its dietary importance. Finally, 1 in 3 people working in agriculture worldwide indicates the sector's large labor force.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a dark grey shade.
  • Six rectangles with rounded corners are aligned in two rows, each containing data and an icon.
  • Each rectangle has a different shade of green, creating a gradient effect.
  • Icons are white and represent different agricultural themes: a basket of produce, a tomato, a stalk of wheat, rice in a bowl, a sugar bowl with spoon, a potato, an orange, and a farmer's hat.
  • Each rectangle contains large white numerical figures followed by smaller white text explaining the context.
  • The numerical figures are bold and vary in size, with the largest being "368 million tones" indicating the emphasis on certain data points.

The overall look of the slide is modern and clean, with a strong emphasis on the data provided through the use of contrasting colors and varied text sizes. The use of icons associated with the data helps to convey the information visually.

Use Cases

  • Presenting agricultural statistics and trends in an educational setting or at an academic conference.
  • Using during a business presentation to highlight market opportunities or challenges in the food and agriculture industry.
  • Sharing data in government or policy discussions related to food security, land use, or agricultural economics.
  • Incorporating into a report or presentation by a non-profit organization focusing on global hunger, health, or environmental impacts of agriculture.

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