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INDONESIA-WHEAT/
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July 17, 2013
A woman holds a bowl of wheat as an ingredient to make noodles at a training centre in Jakarta February...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A woman holds a bowl of wheat as an ingredient to make noodles at a training centre in Jakarta
A woman holds a bowl of wheat as an ingredient to make noodles at a training centre in Jakarta February 15, 2013. Appetite for cheaper wheat-based foods has rocketed, with many Indonesians looking to save money so they can cope with rising inflation, pushing the country close to displacing Brazil as the world's No.2 importer of the grain. This uptick in demand from poorer consumers, in a country where around half the population lives on less than $2 per day, comes on top of a creeping westernisation of diets as people develop a taste for snacks that also rely on wheat flour, such as burgers and doughnuts. Picture taken February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES FOOD)
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