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May 04, 2013
A customer weighs a bag of tomatoes as his wife (R) pays for it, at Feira Livre market on the streets...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A customer weighs a bag of tomatoes as his wife pays for it, at Feira Livre market in Sao Paulo
A customer weighs a bag of tomatoes as his wife (R) pays for it, at Feira Livre market on the streets of Mooca neighbourhood, in Sao Paulo May 4, 2013. Brazil, an up-and-coming agricultural superpower with abundant fertile land, is struggling to provide consistently affordable food for its population. Considering the tomato, prices of the red fruit shot up 122 percent in March from a year earlier, putting it on the cover of two national magazines, spurring reports of tomato trafficking from Argentina and igniting national outrage over how any produce could possibly cost more in the tropics than in, say, frigid Alaska. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE FOOD)
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