A worker carries noodles or mie lethek after the steaming process at mie lethek factory in Srandakan village, Bantul on May 22, 2013 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Yasir Feri Ismatrada took on the family business of mie lethek production founded by his late grandfather. A one-ton stone cylinder is rotated by cows in order to grind the flour, a technique rarely seen today. Yasir puts great importance on the fair treatment of his 40 employees with management profits capped at 10%, prioritizing the interests of the staff. Mie lethek are sold for Rp 8,000 or US$80 cents per kilogram. (Ulet Ifansasti / Getty Images)