Sunday, December 4, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos December 4, 2016

This roundup of global food, farming, and agricultural photos appears every Sunday on Big Picture Agriculture.


A horse and buggy walk past a sugar cane harvester as the tractor is being refueled on December 1, 2016 in Camaguey, Cuba. With the death of former Cuban President Fidel Castro, an opponent to the use of farmland for the production of biofuels, Cuba may now be able to build bioelectricity plants that could generate as many as 750 megawatts with sugarcane biomass and other forestry products. Photo credit: Joe Raedle / Getty Images.

People walk past a fruit stall in Sydney's central business district on November 29, 2016. Scurvy, a disease historically associated with old-world sailors on long voyages, is making a surprise comeback in Australia with health officials Tuesday revealing a spate of cases. Caused by vitamin C deficiency, it used to be a common, and often fatal, curse among seafarers who went months without fresh fruit and vegetables. Photo credit: William West / Getty Images.

Drying raisins at a factory of the Agromir Group of Companies - factory in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. Photo credit: Valery Sharifulin / TASS / Getty Images.

Organic produce is seen for sale, November 28, 2016 at a Ralph's Supermarket in Irvine, California. 'Shop with a Doc' is a community health program from St. Joseph Hoag Health hospital group which brings medical professionals and nutritionists into local supermarkets to give shoppers the opportunity to ask questions about ingredients and how to make healthy choices an increasing challenge for customers who are overwhelmed with the number of products claiming various health benefits. Photo credit: AFP / Robyn Beck / Getty Images.

Palestinian farmers cover strawberry plants with plastic as the harvest season begins in Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip on November 30, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / MAHMUD Hams / Getty Images.

Cambodian farmers working in a rice field after threshing amber rice during a harvest at a field in a village South Phnom Penh on December 2, 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Rice production, a vital economic indicator in Cambodia's agrarian society, frequently fell far short of targets, causing severe food shortages. Photo credit: Franco Origlia / Getty Images.

A Cambodian pours harvested rice grain in a village South Phnom Penh on December 2, 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Photo credit: Franco Origlia / Getty Images.

People at factory makes linen for export at Lung Tam, a renowned traditional textile village in the mountainous province of Ha Giang on November 27, 2016 in Ha Giang, Vietnam. Vietnam was expected to be one of the major beneficiaries from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, which would have provided tariff free access for its textile, low-end goods, and agriculture export, but all hope seems dead after U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump declared he was going to withdraw from the pact upon stepping into office. Based on reports, Vietnamâs economy is still positioned to perform well as the country's Communist Party carefully managed relations with neighboring China, which has been well placed to step into the region with an alternative trade deal, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership deal, which aims to build roads, ports and highways through much of Asia. Photo credit: Linh Pham / Getty Images.

Local people mostly HÕmong go shopping for clothes at Dong Van Sunday Market, one of the furthest market up north near the border with China, in the mountainous province of Ha Giang on November 27, 2016 in Ha Giang, Vietnam. Photo credit: Linh Pham / Getty Images.

A worker checks a lettuce cultivated under LED lights inside the clean room at Panasonic Corp.'s plant factory on November 30, 2016 in Fukushima, Japan. One of Japan's largest electronics companies, Panasonic opened the factory to the media today. The factory helps to achieve stable production of vegetables by industrialising agriculture with its environmental control technologies and knowledge on factory management, according to the company. Photo credit: Tomohiro Ohsumi / Getty Images.


Potatoes at a sorting and packing line at the Spas agricultural cooperative, which stores, processes and sells locally produced vegetables. Photo credit: Donat Sorokin / TASS / Getty Images.

An Afghan labourer separates the loose husk from peanuts at a factory in Jalalabad on December 1, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / NOORULLAH Shirzada / Getty Images.

A Sri Lankan farmer ploughs a field in Horana, on the outskirts of Colombo, on November 27, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / Getty Images.

A Pakistani vendor waits for customers at a main fruit and vegetable market in Lahore on December 2, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / Arif ALI / Getty Images.

Traditional Uzbek cuisine. Baking samosas (savoury pastries containing spiced vegetables or meat) in a tandoor oven. Photo credit: Valery Sharifulin / TASS / Getty Images.

Baklava makers fold dough in the Karakoy Gulluoglu Baklava factory on December 2, 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. Karakoy Gulluoglu is Turkey's oldest family owned Baklava business. The store famous throughout Turkey and internationally employs 43 production masters, trained to hand-make Baklava to the highest quality. The factory produces approximately 1.5 tons of Baklava each day and has more than 10,000 customers pass through their store each day. Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of very thin layers of filo and is held together by sugar syrup or honey and filled with various types of nuts, most commonly pistachios. The earliest Baklava recipes date back to the 11th century. Photo credit: Chris McGrath / Getty Images.

Sugar syrup is added to freshly baked trays of Baklava at the Karakoy Gulluoglu Baklava factory on December 2, 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. Photo credit: Chris McGrath / Getty Images.

A winter prepared vegetable stall is seen in the main market on December 2, 2016 in Budapest, Hungary. The traditional Christmas market and lights will stay until 1st January 2017. Photo credit: Marco Secchi / Getty Images.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Which "Superfoods" Are Most Popular in Which City?



First, we cannot assume that the most searched food is the most popular, but this list is interesting. Turmeric and Kale each earned two spots.