Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Sugar-Cane-Industry-in-Brazil-27MZIF24CHW5.htmlConceptually similarSugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037N4Completed★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037N7Completed★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037N5Completed★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037N3Completed★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037N1Completed★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037N6Completed★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037MTCompleted★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037MUCompleted★★★★★★Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilGP037MXCompleted★★★★View AllGP037N2Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilWorkers on a sugar cane field eating their lunch. They are called Boia-Fria, because they have to eat their meal cold on the fields. Brazil is the largest producer of sugar and aethanol fuel made out of sugar cane. 60% of Brazil's sugar cane production is located in Sao Paulo.In original language:Zuckerrohrernte in BrasilienZuckerindustrie in Brasilien. Arbeiter essen waehrend der Arbeitspause auf einer Zuckerrohrplantage in Piracicaba, Sao Paulo. Die Arbeiter auf den Feldern werden Boia-Fria - Kaltesser - genannt, da sie ihr mitgebrachtes Essen kalt auf dem Feld einnehmen.Locations:Brazil-Piracicaba-São Paulo (State)-South AmericaDate:16 Jul, 2009Credit:© Werner Rudhart / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4368px X 2912pxKeywords:Agricultural land-Agriculture-Crops-Day-Eating-Farmers-Farming-Farming practices-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-SAGE (campaign title)-Three peopleShoot:Sugar Cane Industry in BrazilBrazil is the largest producer of sugar and ethanol fuel made out of sugar cane. 60% of Brazil's sugar cane production is located in Sao Paulo.