Stepped terraces are threaded by ingenious irrigation channels that, over the centuries, have transformed this mountain desert terrain into a breadbasket .
Watch for bargain-priced tempranillo-based reds from this breadbasket region, as well as new blends under the Solaz label.
As long as the Confederacy held the breadbasket of the Shenandoah Valley, the cattle herds of Florida, and the cities of Atlanta and Richmond, they were in reasonable shape to hold out through election day.
The southern region of the country was once the prosperous breadbasket for Senegal.
Central and Eastern Europe had traditionally been the continent's breadbasket ; the region was endowed with rich agricultural land, providing an economic logic for why it should continue to produce and export agricultural goods.
The war, which Russia had so far been inoculated from through Stalin's unholy but sham alliance with Hitler, was about to impact on the citizens of a land that was known as the breadbasket of the Soviet Union.
The major agricultural country, once admiringly dubbed the breadbasket of Europe, is one of the biggest culprits when it comes to failure to deliver on the food safety question.
About 4 million people will need food aid before the next harvest in what was once a regional breadbasket , according to UN estimates.
The U.S. federal government offered 160 acres of land for homesteaders on the harsh fringe of the American breadbasket , where blizzards rule the winter and drought haunts the summer.
the province has functioned as the country's breadbasket