Sun-dried tomatoes in Turkey's Manisa. Workers prepare tomatoes for sun drying in Turgutlu district of Manisa Province in the Aegean region of Turkey on August 19, 2015. In Turgutlu, one of the most significant tomatoes production lands in Turkey, farmers who previously used the most of their crops to make tomato paste, have started to product sun dried tomatoes on-demand and sell them to Europe in recent years. Farmers put the salted or sulphured tomatoes on to sun-drying and they send the dried tomatoes to the exporting firms after about five-day air drying process. Photo credit: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.
Workers load containers of harvested grapes onto a trailer at the Abrau-Durso PJSC Winery vineyard in Abrau Durso Village, Russia, on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015. Abrau-Durso, founded in 1870 to supply sparkling wine to Czar Alexander II, is leading a revival of the industry as swelling national pride and a weaker ruble make foreign products less palatable. Photo credit: Andrey Rudakov / Bloomberg via Getty Images.
Jeremy Bony, a farmer, holds a corn stem to show the normal expected height of the crop in his drought affected maize field near Campuac, France, on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015. In France, where corn might typically reach 3 meters (9.8 feet), many plants are still less than 1.5 meters, according to Luc Esprit, the director general of Maiz'Europ' trade organization. Photo credit: Balint Porneczi / Bloomberg via Getty Images.
Empty milk bottles move alongthe production line before filling at the Our Cow Molly Farm and Dairy near Sheffield, U.K., on Tuesday, Aug., 18, 2015. Dairy producers are demanding retailers pay more for milk and asking consumers to buy local products instead of cheaper imports. Photo credit: Matthew Lloyd / Bloomberg via Getty Images.