Puerto Rico Locally Grown

In this Sept. 23, 2016 photo, Yoniel Santana works at his grandmother's produce stand at La Placita de Santurce farmers' market which sells mostly locally grown produce in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Agriculture is a small part of the economy, well behind manufacturing and tourism, but the sector's growth is notable because things are so bad overall: many businesses have closed, tens of thousands of people have decamped to the U.S. mainland, unemployment is at nearly 12 percent and the government is in default. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)

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