Sunday, August 30, 2015

Farm and Food Photos August 31, 2015

An Indian worker stiches together bags of onions at a market in Hyderabad on August 26, 2015. The retail price for onions in India has risen as high as 80 Indian rupees (around 1.20 USD) per kilogram and is still climbing, compared to regular prices of around 40 INR, following inconsistent monsoon rains in major onion growing states of Maharashtra and Karnataka has affected production. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / NOAH SEELAM / Getty Images.

Vacuum packages containing meat are pictured as farmers from the Rural Coordination union and the FDSEA (Federation of Farmers' Unions) visit a central kitchen which prepares food for schools and highschools in the Toulouse region, to control the labelling and origins of their products, in Toulouse, France on August 28, 2015. They found that several products came from the European Community and very few from Haute-Garonne. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / REMY GABALDA / Getty Images.

A coffee producer from the central mountains of Peru puts her products on display at a street fair in Lima, on August 27, 2015. Producers attempt to recover the sales levels that once made Peru the sixth largest exporter of the grain in the world. Record exports in 2011 reached a value of 1,500 million but plagues of yellow rust, Broca and the effects of climate change severely impacted crops in 2012 and 2013. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / CRIS BOURONCLE / Getty Images.

Hillary Clinton, former U.S. secretary of state and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, speaks during an organizing event in Baldwin, Iowa, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015. Clinton is emphasizing investment in small towns to help strengthen rural America as part of a plan released after she was endorsed by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Photo credit: Daniel Acker / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Pickers take a snack in the 'Moulin a Vent' vineyard, near Chenas, Beaujolais, eastern France on August 26, 2015, after having worked at night cutting grapes during this year's first Beaujolais' harvest. Traditionally, grapes are harvested at the end of the night when the temperatures are lower to produce a 'fruity and tender' wine. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / JEAN-PHILIPPE KSIAZEK / Getty Images.

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