Sunday, May 29, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos May 29, 2016


A vendor hold a tray of tomatoes for sale in the Obalende district of Lagos, on May 25, 2015. Tomato prices in Nigeria have been steadily climbing for months, caused by unrest in northern and central states where the crop is grown and this has affected farmers' ability to plant and harvest. The effect of price rises and shortages are adding further hardship to Nigerians already struggling with a lack of fuel for cars and generators, power outages, and spiralling inflation. Photo credit: AFP / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / Getty Images.

Farmers ride their horse at the city street during a protest demanding Australian government to solve the dairy crisis in Melbourne, Australia on May 25, 2016. Photo credit: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.

Toronto: This Latin-inspired bowl has everything you need: avocado, refried beans, crispy potatoes and cheese (and maybe some kale). Photo credit: Karon Liu / Toronto Star via Getty Images.

A boat passes the Tate & Lyle Plc Thames Refinery, operated by American Sugar Holdings (ASR) Group, on the river Thames in London, U.K., on Thursday, May 26, 2016. Photo credit: Chris Ratcliffe / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Cubans carry fruit for sale along a street of Havana, on May 25, 2016. Cuban authorities are considering legalizing certain private businesses, a potentially transformative move for the communist island as it liberalizes its economy, according to proposals published this week. Photo credit: YAMIL LAGE / AFP / Getty Images.

A skater moves past a parked food truck in Hollywood, California on May 25, 2016. A recent Los Angeles Times analysis of data from the LA County of Public Health found that in the past two years some 27 percent of food trucks operating in southern California were unable to obtain an 'A' rating, amid concerns of sanitary conditions in the confined space. Photo credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP / Getty Images.

An indian customer buys pulse in a whole sale grocery shop, in old market of Allahabad on May 27,2016.A United nation's latest report has estimated that India could lose $49 billion (more than 3 lakh crore) of its GDP if global food prices double. India will see the second highest loss after china,which is estimated to lose $161 billion of its GDP because of volatile food prices. The report said the world is likely to suffer from more volatile food commodity prices because of several reasons, including climate change and rising populations. Photo credit: Ritesh Shukla / NurPhoto via Getty Images.

The 365 logo is displayed on a paper shopping bag as a customer checks out on the opening day of the 365 by Whole Foods Market store in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Wednesday, May 25, 2016. Whole Foods Market Inc., plans to open 10 of the grocery stores in 2017 with a focus on everyday low prices and convenience. Photo credit: Patrick T. Fallon / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Claude Lataillade carries boxes full of ducklings at his farm in Bidache, southwestern France, on May 23, 2016. In the Basque Country, duck breeders resist avian crisis that threatens the French foie gras, but are uncertain about the future: stop everything and sell even at a loss, or modernize by investing, if banks want to follow. Photo credit: IROZ GAIZKA / AFP / Getty Images.

Cambodian Governor of Siem Reap province Khim Bun Song (Center L) plows during the annual royal plowing ceremony at Angkor complex in Siem Reap province on May 24, 2016. Despite Cambodia hit by the worst drought in half a century, royal oxen on Tuesday predicted during an ancient ritual that the kingdom will see 'bountiful' agricultural harvest this year. Photo credit: STR / AFP / Getty Images.

Wind turbines manufactured by Vestas Wind Systems A/S operate on farmland beyond rural houses and farm buildings at the Botievo wind farm operated by DTEK Holdings Ltd. in Botievo, Ukraine, on Thursday, May 26, 2016. DTEK is controlled by Ukrainian billionaire Rinat Akhmetov. Photo credit: Vincent Mundy / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

A Syrian man monitors a combine harvester as they harvest wheat in rebel-held area of Daraa, in southern Syria, on May 26, 2016. Most of Daraa province is controlled by opposition forces, though the government holds parts of the provincial capital and a few villages in the northwest. Photo credit: MOHAMAD ABAZEED / AFP / Getty Images.

France's right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party president Nicolas Sarkozy visits a sugar cane field with local farmers to speak in favour of an adaptation of european regulations for La Reunion island to preserve the sugar cane industry in Saint Andre, on May 27, 2016. Photo credit: RICHARD BOUHET / AFP / Getty Images.

A farmer speads phytosanitary products onto a field on May 25, 2016, near to Mont-Saint-Michel, northwest France. Photo credit: DAMIEN MEYER / AFP / Getty Images.

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