Studies show that there is enough food for all of people of the world, but in recent decades the number of those who suffer from hunger is increasingly rising. Although much effort has been done to reduce or even eradicate hunger by international organizations and agreements, yet the problem exists so far. Therefore this article tries to analyze the consequences of seemingly contradictory actions of capitalism regarding hunger. First the relationship of capitalism and food problem is described. Then the role of international organization and treaties in reducing hunger is discussed. Later it is shown how capitalist system intensifies hunger. Finally the impact of hunger on world affairs is described.