The Wider Image: As grocery bills soar, hungry Brazilians may seal Bolsonaro’s fate
Elvira de Fatima Saraiva, 57, (2nd L) accompanied by her granddaughter Eduarda Saraiva, 10, (L), grandson, Kauan Maguatine Saraiva Ribeiro, 11, (C) and her two sons Yuri Saraiva, 21, (2nd R) and Marcio Saraiva, 34, (R) collect garbage in the streets of the City, in Porto Alegre, Brazil, September 1 2022. Elvira, a widow, is responsible for a family of 22 people, including six children, four daughters-in-law and 12 grandchildren. She is only able to prepare one meal a day, and feeds the family in the evening so the "children don't go to bed hungry" she said. REUTERS/Diego Vara SEARCH "BRAZIL ELECTION HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.