How These Farmers Got Stuck In A Desert Harvesting Salt For $4 A Ton

India is one of the world's top salt producers, and most of the country's salt comes from one desert. The Agariya people do the dangerous job of farming salt, facing extreme temperatures and illness. They make just $4 a ton, while traders take home most of the profits. India is one of the world's top salt producers.

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