When a farmer hires some of his neighbors for a day’s worth of work, he provides breakfast. The hired hands start work at sunup and breakfast is delivered to them an hour or two later. Unless they are transplanting rice, they are usually done before lunch. If it takes a full day, the workers go home for lunch but after lunch refreshments and snacks are provided for. I can only assume that those who work in remote areas such as sugarcane plantations are provided with two meals and refreshments. Let me know how things are done in your barrios, I would love to know.