An Indian farmer carries a tray of red chillies as he walks on a roof where others are drying in the village of Sanour on the outskirts of Patiala on July 20, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / STR / Getty Images.
Pickers remove unripe or overripe coffee beans and foreign debris from their daily harvest to prepare it for weighing at the Mubuyu Farm, Zambia. Mubuyu farm is the largest producer of coffee in Zambia and the only private one. It belongs to Willem Lublinkhof who came to the country 45 years ago with the Dutch development service. Because coffee products are not very popular among Zambians, the bulk of it goes for export. There are 65 hectares of land under the coffee plantation today instead of 300 hectares in 2009. The manager of the coffee production Monday Chilanga says that the main reason of the reducing is very low prices for coffee. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.
Workers of the Mubuyu Farm, Zambia, use a coffee pulper to remove red skin from coffee beans. The pulp is composted and used as an ecological fertilizer. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.
A man sitting in an ice bucket eats peppers during a competition at Song Dynasty Town on July 20, 2016 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province of China. As the ground temperature reached 40 degrees Celsius in Hangzhou, tourists competed eating peppers while sitting in the ice buckets to feel hot and cool at the same time in the Song Dynasty Town scenic area. Photo credit: VCG / Getty Images.
Cambry Klein, 13, middle, stirs a spicy turkey and yam mixture for tacos with the help of Scarlett Callender, 10, left, and Bella Emperor, 13, right, during a Kids Cook camp program offered by local chef Diane Bukatman, who runs For the Love of Food on July 18, 2016 in Golden, Colorado. The kid's camp goes for a week and this week's class is Around the World in 5 Days. The kids are cooking Mexican fare today with homemade corn tortillas, roasted tomato salsa, carne adobada,, homemade guacamole and cinnamon sugar churros. The rest of the week will feature cuisine from Italy, France, Greece and Japan. Photo credit: Denver Post / Helen H. Richardson / Getty Images.
Singaporean chef Chan Hon Meng prepares meals for customers at his Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle stall in Singapore on July 22, 2016. Culinary bible Michelin on July 21 awarded one star each to two street food hawkers in Singapore, the first in the guide's history. Launching the inaugural restaurant and hotel guide to the Southeast Asian city-state, Michelin inspectors gave one star each to Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle and Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle. Photo credit: AFP / ROSLAN Rahman / Getty Images.
An Indian vendor pulls his vegetable cart through waterlogged streets in Siliguri on July 21,2016. Continuous rainfall in the past 48 hours has caused flooding with several landslides in the nearby hills of Siliguri and adjoining areas of North Bengal. Photo credit: AFP / DIPTENDU Dutta / Getty Images.
Indian women works at agricultural paddy after monsoon rain in Bhubaneswar, India, on July 18, 2016. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.
A picture taken on July 21, 2016, shows an aerial view of a farming area in the Chinese village of Jinta near the city of Jiayuguan. Photo credit: AFP / PATRICK BAZ / Getty Images.
Workers brings dates on July 20, 2016 during the 12nd edition of the Liwa Date Festival in Liwa, located in the al-Gharbia western region, south of Abu Dhabi on July 20, 2016. The event runs until July 30, 2016 and aims at promoting the heritage and the traditions in the UAE. Photo credit: AFP / KARIM Sahib / Getty Images.
A farmer drives his tractor while harvesting summer wheat on July 21, 2016 near Neustadt am Rubenberge, Germany. According to local farmers the water content of wheat harvested so far is well below what is necessary for a good harvest due to the exceptionally hot summer Germany has experienced this year. Photo credit: Alexander Koerner / Getty Images.
Afghan farmers sort through grapes at a farm on the outskirts of Kandahar on July 20, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / JAWED Tanveer / Getty Images.
A combine harvests cereals in the Paris' farm ('Ferme de Paris') in the Bois de Vincennes, on July 20, 2016 southeastern Paris. Photo credit: AFP / JACQUES Demarthon / Getty Images.
General view at the Just Eat Food Fest, where food fans enjoy dishes from all over the world on July 21, 2016 in London, England. Photo credit: David M. Benett / Getty Images.
Dum Dum Donutterie and JUST EAT have created the world's most expensive 'Cronut', a doughnut hybrid for £1,500. The Luxury Zebra Cro includes Saffron Infused Butter Croissant Dough, Cristal Rosé Champagne Caviar, Gold Leaf, Tahitian Gold Vanilla Beans and rare Amedei Porcelana Chocolate. The Cro has been created to celebrate the launch of the Just Eat Food Fest taking place at Red Market, Shoreditch from 22 - 24 July and the Luxury Cro will be available to buy on request at the Food Fest and on Just-Eat.co.uk over the weekend. Photo credit: John Phillips / Getty Images.