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WUWM and CIRPS Market Photo Competition

Do you like fresh food markets? Can you take a decent picture? Enter this photo competition and you may win one of many cash prizes!

This WUWM-CIRPS competition aims to draw public attention to the role of wholesale and retail fresh food markets in improving the availability of healthy and nutritious food to consumers, enhancing their food security, and revitalizing local communities.

Images (colour and/or black & white) may refer to the economic, cultural, social, environmental, entrepreneurial and technological dimensions of food markets, in any country of the world. They should not refer to other forms of food retailing (shops, supermarkets, etc.).

Awards
•    WUWM Young Photographer of the Year (under 27 years of age): US$1,500 cash by WUWM. One medal and one book awarded by the Royal Photographic Society
•    WUWM Photographer of the Year (all ages): US$1,500 cash by WUWM. One medal and one book awarded by the Royal Photographic Society
•    Authors (except awards winners) of other selected images, will receive the sum of US$100 per image.
•    Additional awards may be announced later.

Please read the guidelines below in English (summaries are also provided in French and Spanish). Photos can uploaded via the link provided. Should you have any queries please send them to:

International Photo Competition Secretariat
World Union of Wholesale Markets (WUWM)
Molenstraat 15, 2513BH, The Hague, Netherlands
Tel: +31 703611728  Fax: +31 703606908
E-mail: photocompetition@wuwm.org
www.wuwm.org

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AND UPLOAD YOUR PHOTOS 

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