Every year from the first to eighteenth day of the lunar calendar, villagers wear Qing Dynasty costumes to celebrate Nvwa's birthday and eat big pots of noodles at noon. Shexian County, Hebei Province. County, Hebei Province, China

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year: 2019 winners in pictures

Want to know who won at the 2019 Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year awards? Scroll down to see a selection of the winners

The Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year awards, which launched in 2011, offers photographers (both amateur and professional) the chance to enter their foodie snaps into a competition judged by a team of experts, including food photographer David Loftus.

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Food for Celebration sponsored by Champagne Taittinger: Jianhui Liao (China)

Every year from the first to eighteenth day of the lunar calendar, villagers wear Qing Dynasty costumes to celebrate Nvwa's birthday and eat big pots of noodles at noon. Shexian County, Hebei Province. County, Hebei Province, China
Cauldron Noodles

Bring Home the Harvest: Kazi Mushfiq (Bangladesh)

Farmers were working hard harvesting the rice which is like gold to them.
Harvesting Gold

Food for the Family: Sanghamitra Sarkar (India)

In this picture the Bonda ladies are busy preparing food in a clay pot, making fire from wood
Bonda Tribe

Food in the Field: Andrew Newey (UK)

On a cold autumn morning, the sun gradually appears through the mist over a pumpkin patch in the New Forest National Park, England
Pumpkins at Sunrise

World Food Programme Food for Life: Avishek Das (India)

A woman is working in a rice processing field of West Bengal, India. They are working in a tough environment as extreme heat is released from the boiled rice grains being separated to dry
Food Processing

Street Food: Debdatta Chakraborty (India)

Rishu Kesarwale has his shack in one of the busiest streets of Allahabad city. Here he sells warm milk, yogurt, cottage cheese and, of course, masala chai – India’s most popular drink
Rishu Kesarwale

Marks & Spencer Food Portraiture: Nick Millward (UK)

A simple tarte tatin with thyme to give it an extra depth of flavour, by chef Clodagh Mckenna
Tarte Tatin with Thyme

The Philip Harben Award for Food in Action: Kazi Mushfiq (Bangladesh)

A woman was collecting water for her daily life from a street pump in the old Dhaka area
Water Collecting From Street Pump

Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year – Produce: Alessandra Spairani (UK)

Il Fruttaio
Il Fruttaio

InterContinental Food at the Table: Giles Christopher (UK)

Image taken in the studio of mussels on a napkin, on rustic table for Harry Ramsden's restaurants
Mussels Ready to Eat

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