Sunday, May 22, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos May 22, 2016

NOTE: This week, I am doing two food and agricultural global news photos threads. The other one covers the protests that were held around the world against Monsanto on May 21, 2016.

Women sell bananas in the street of downtown Hargeisa, Somaliland on May 16, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / MOHAMED Abdiwahab / Getty Images.

Homemade pies baked by Barbara Day are a specialty at Echo Park Lodge near Mount Evans on May 16, 2016 in Idaho Springs, Colorado. Bill and Barbara's great grandparents started the concessions at Summit House atop Pikes Peak. Ever since, the Carle family has run many food-and-beverage and retail operations including Red Rocks, Buffalo Bill Museum, gift shops in Manitou Springs and Grand Lake and Mount Evan's Crest House and Echo Lake Lodge. That is a combined 123 consecutive years, and 5 generations, of running tourism businesses. 51 of those years have been at Echo Lake Lodge. Photo credit: Helen H. Richardson / Getty Images.

AnimaNaturalis activists protest against the consumption of meat at Plaza Sant Jaume on May 22, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. The performance protest uses familiar supermarket packaging to raise awareness of the benefits of a meat free diet and animal cruelty. Photo credit: Robert Marquardt / Getty Images.

Milkman Andrew Thorpe prepares an order during an early morning milk doorstep delivery service in Ilkley, U.K., on Monday, May 16, 2016. England's dairy farmers will see income fall by almost half this year, evidence that the global milk crisis is far from over. Photo credit: Matthew Lloyd / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Collecting eggs in the Neudamm farm, Namibia, which are then washed, candled and sorted. The farm sells this production to the University of Namibia staff members and Neudamm students. Farm workers get 800 eggs per day from a thousand hens. Photo credit: Oleksandr Rupeta / NurPhoto via Getty Images.

Jamie Oliver and Cheryl Cole take part in Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Day on May 20, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. Jamie Oliver joins Cheryl Cole to celebrate the Food Revolution on Food Revolution Day! The Food Revolution is a year round campaign fronted by Oliver to tackle the global child nutrition crisis. Today they are broadcasting a 7 hour long global cook-up on Facebook 'Live' with chefs from 10 countries encouraging viewers to cook healthy dishes from scratch and sign up to the Revolution online. Photo credit: Eamonn M. McCormack / Getty Images.

Neapolitan pizza makers attempt to make the longest pizza to break a Guinness World Record along the seafront of Naples, on May 18, 2016. For the wood-fired pizza, which measured two kilometres, they used 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 kg of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of mozzarella, 200 litres of oil, 30kg of fresh basil. The record-breaking snack measured up at exactly 1,853.88 metres (6,082 feet), smashing the previous record of 1,595.45 metres (5,234 feet) set at last year's World Expo in Milan, Italy's food and agriculture board Coldiretti said. Photo credit: AFP / Mario LAPORTA / Getty Images.

Cans of Campbell's soup are displayed on a supermarket shelf on May 20, 2016 in San Rafael, California. Campbell Soup Co. narrowly beat analysts expectations with thrid quarter earnings of $185 million, or 59 cents a share, compared to $179 million, or 57 cents a share, one year ago. The company also increased outlook for the year with adjusted per-share earnings of $2.93 to $3 a share instead of its previous guidance for $2.88 to $2.96 per shaere. Photo credit: Justin Sullivan / Getty Images.

Protesters hold a sign 'Pastoralism : cows eat grass, rats eat roots, cows die, farmers leave away, the countryside depopulates' during a march to protest against rats (rat taupier) proliferation in Allanche, central France on May 21, 2016. / AFP / Thierry Zoccolan

Rohingya men stack rice donations from the World Food Program in a storage facility at the Thet Kay Pyin market on May 17, 2016 in Sittwe, Burma. Despite the U.S. announcing it would further ease sanctions in Myanmar to boost trade as a support for its ongoing political reform, the Rohingya ethnic group continues to remain under heavy persecution with over 100,000 Rohingya Muslims left displaced in camps since the ethnic violence in 2012. U.S. President Barack Obama voiced strong concerns over the military government and country's treatment of minorities, in particular the Rohingya, even though the sanctions were lifted with the ongoing progress in the country. The Rohingya are one of the most persecuted minorities in the world and continues to be targeted as the government attempts to remove the very term Rohingya from use. Photo credit: Lauren DeCicci / Getty Images.

Bartender Erika DeLine fills a Weiss glass with Weissbier at Prost Brewing at 2540 19th Street on May 17, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. Denver's health department has been pushing back against tap rooms that are dog friendly. They say even thought the tap rooms don't sell food, beer counts as food. Breweries are planning on fighting back in hopes to continue to allow people and their canine companions to enjoy going to breweries together. Photo credit: Helen H. Richardson / Getty Images.

An overloaded car travels through the Assaga refugee camp in Diffa on May 17, 2016, close to the Niger-Nigeria border. Chief of Humanitarian Operations of the UN, Stephen O'Brien, vowed on May 17 to raise funds at the next World Humanitarian Summit for 'significant' help to the more than 240,000 refugees displaced by Boko Haram in camps in south-east Niger. Photo credit: AFP / BOUREIMA Hama / Getty Images.

An aerial view of high peaks, streams, plains, agricultural lands, green areas, roads, neighborhoods and villages of Yuksekova and Semdinli districts, in Hakkari, Turkey on May 12, 2016. Hakkari is a province in the south east corner of Turkey which is mostly mountainous. Photo credit: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.