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Recommended citation for use of the country-adapted DQQ: Global Diet Quality Project. DQQ for Bangladesh. Accessed at dietquality.org.

Indicators

Data collected Feb 27 – Mar 30, 2022
GDR Score - 10.4NCD-Risk Score - 1.5NCD-Protect Score - 2.9
MDD-W
59%
Food group diversity score
4.8
All-5
22%
At least one starchy staple food
100%
At least one vegetable
81%
At least one fruit
39%
At least one pulse, nut, or seed
61%
At least one animal-source food
88%
Zero vegetable or fruit consumption
14%
Soft drink consumption
11%
At least one starchy staple food
100%
Whole grains
39%
Foods made from grains
99%
White roots or tubers
70%
At least one pulse, nut, or seed
61%
Pulses
58%
Nuts or seeds
9%
At least one vegetable
81%
Vitamin A-rich orange vegetables
21%
Dark green leafy vegetables
38%
Other vegetables
69%
At least one fruit
39%
Vitamin A-rich fruits
10%
Citrus
14%
Other fruits
28%
Dairy
29%
Milk
23%
Yogurt
8%
Cheese
3%
Eggs
36%
Meat, poultry, or fish
79%
Fish or seafood
71%
Poultry
18%
Unprocessed red meat
10%
Unprocessed red meat (ruminants)
10%
Unprocessed red meat (non-ruminants)
0%
Processed meats
2%
Salty snacks, instant noodles, or fast food
27%
Salty or fried snacks
40%
Packaged ultra-processed salty snacks
21%
Instant noodles
10%
Fast food
1%
Deep fried foods
24%
Sweet foods
53%
Baked or grain-based sweets
45%
Other sweets
23%
Sugar-sweetened beverages
11%
Soft drink consumption
11%
Sweet tea, coffee, or cocoa
47%
Fruit juice and fruit drinks
7%
% indicates percent of the population consuming in the previous day or night