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INDIA
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February 24, 2007
A visitor checks coffee beans at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city...
Bangalore, India
A visitor checks coffee beans at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city...
A visitor checks coffee beans at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city of Bangalore February 24, 2007. The three-day long coffee festival has around 100 delegates from fifteen countries. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv (INDIA)
LEISURE INDIA COFFEE
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June 09, 2006
A man drinks coffee at a coffee shop in Mumbai May 9, 2006. Cafes are a boon for growing Indian chains...
Mumbai, India
To match feature LEISURE INDIA COFFEE
A man drinks coffee at a coffee shop in Mumbai May 9, 2006. Cafes are a boon for growing Indian chains that have caught a liberal wave of changing social habits in a land more known for its tea drinkers. To match feature LEISURE INDIA COFFEE REUTERS/Adeel Halim (INDIA)
AUSTRALIA/
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November 14, 2007
A pedestrian passes a large cup of coffee on display in central Sydney November 14, 2007. The cup, billed...
Sydney, Australia
A pedestrian passes a large cup of coffee on display in central Sydney
A pedestrian passes a large cup of coffee on display in central Sydney November 14, 2007. The cup, billed as Australia's largest at 1.7 metres tall (5.6 ft), was the centrepiece of the opening of a new coffee shop in the city's central business district (CBD). REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
COSTA RICA COFFE
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January 13, 2004
Dew drops form on coffee beans at a plantation in Carrizal de Alajuela, northeast of the capital San...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Dew drops form on ripe coffee beans at a plantation in Costa Rica.
Dew drops form on coffee beans at a plantation in Carrizal de Alajuela, northeast of the capital San Jose, on January 13, 2004. Costa Rican coffee producers are concentrating on producing premium quality coffee for export in order to reposition their product in the international market where it sells for $40 per sack more than normal Arabic coffee. Picture taken January 13, 2004. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/GN
SAN JOSE
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January 24, 2005
A rainbow frames a Costa Rican coffee picker carrying freshly harvested coffee beans on the Doka Coffee...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A rainbow frames a Costa Rican coffee picker carrying freshly harvested coffee beans on the Doka ...
A rainbow frames a Costa Rican coffee picker carrying freshly harvested coffee beans on the Doka Coffee plantation. A rainbow frames a Costa Rican coffee picker carrying freshly harvested coffee beans on the Doka Coffee plantation in San Isidro de Alajuela,north-east of the capital San Jose, January 24, 2005. Costa Rican coffee producers are concentrating on producing premium quality coffee for export in order to reposition their product in the international market where it sells for $40 per sack more than normal Arabic coffee. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
POLITICS ESPRESSO
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September 11, 2003
Bryan Yeck, owner of Zeitgeist Kunst and Kafee in downtown Seattle, holds a latte at his cafe in downtown...
Seattle, United States of America
SEATTLE VOTERS TO GO TO SPECIAL ELECTION TO VOTE ON LATTE TAX.
Bryan Yeck, owner of Zeitgeist Kunst and Kafee in downtown Seattle, holds a latte at his cafe in downtown Seattle on September 11, 2003. Seattle voters go to the polls for a special election on September 16 to vote on Initiative 77 which calls for a 10-cent tax on every cup of espresso or espresso-based coffee drink to fund better child care for low-income families. Seattle is the hometown and headquarters of Starbucks. Both small cafes like Zeitgeist and big coffee companies like Starbucks are opposed to the tax. CPROD REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB
BRITAIN/
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March 02, 2008
Customers are seen outside a coffee bar at Brick Lane Sunday market in east London March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Alessia...
London, United Kingdom
Customers are seen outside a coffee bar at Brick Lane Sunday Market in east London
Customers are seen outside a coffee bar at Brick Lane Sunday market in east London March 2, 2008. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
TAIWAN COFFEE ODD
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August 03, 2006
A Taipei barista pumps coffee at a coffee shop in Taipei August 3, 2006, days after an unusual government...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taipei barista pumps coffee at coffee shop in Taipei
A Taipei barista pumps coffee at a coffee shop in Taipei August 3, 2006, days after an unusual government caffeine-content advisory took effect throughout Taiwan. The government has asked coffee shop chains to post notices on how much caffeine is in each cup so customers do not harm their health by drinking too much. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
SAN JOSE
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January 24, 2005
Costa Rican coffee worker checks the quality of sun-dried high quality coffee beans packed for export...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rican coffee worker checks the quality of sun-dried high quality coffee beans packed for ...
Costa Rican coffee worker checks the quality of sun-dried high quality coffee beans packed for export on the Doka Coffee plantation. Costa Rican coffee worker checks the quality of sun-dried high quality coffee beans packed for export on the Doka Coffee plantation in San Isidro de Alajuela, north-east of the capital San Jose, January 24, 2005. Costa Rican coffee producers are concentrating on producing premium quality coffee for export in order to reposition their product in the international market where it sells for $40 per sack more than normal Arabic coffee. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
MCDONALDS-COFFEE/
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March 28, 2007
A sampling tube from the roaster filled with dark roast coffee beans is pictured at F. Gavina & Sons...
Vernon, UNITED STATES
A sampling tube from the roaster filled with dark roast coffee beans is pictured at F. Gavina & Sons...
A sampling tube from the roaster filled with dark roast coffee beans is pictured at F. Gavina & Sons Inc., a custom coffee roaster company in Vernon,California March 26, 2007. The company supplies almost 2,700 McDonald's fast food restaurants in the Western region of the U.S. with coffee and expects to sell the restaurant chain six million pounds of coffee in 2007. Picture taken March 26, 2007. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
VIETNAM-COFFEE/SALES
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November 30, 2007
A worker dries coffee beans on the ground at a processing plant in Krong Pac district in Vietnam's Central...
KRONG PAC DISTRICT, Vietnam
Worker dries coffee beans on the ground at a proccssing plant in Krong Pac in Vietnam
A worker dries coffee beans on the ground at a processing plant in Krong Pac district in Vietnam's Central Dak Lak province November 30, 2007. January to November coffee revenues are set to soar 72.7 percent to $1.68 billion in Vietnam, the world's second-largest coffee producer after Brazil, making it Vietnam's highest-earning agricultural product. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
FOOD GUATEMALA COFFEE
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June 08, 2006
Cappuccinos made with Guatemalan coffee are served at a cafe in Guatemala City June 8, 2006. Growers...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Capuccinos made with Guatemalan coffee served at cafe in Guatemala City
Cappuccinos made with Guatemalan coffee are served at a cafe in Guatemala City June 8, 2006. Growers from this Central American country expect an improved harvest one year after Hurricane Stan. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
COFFEE-NEWYORK/
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April 06, 2008
Tubes filled with various types of coffee beans are seen inside the Roasting Plant coffee cafe in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Tubes filled with various types of coffee beans are seen inside the Roasting Plant coffee cafe in New...
Tubes filled with various types of coffee beans are seen inside the Roasting Plant coffee cafe in New York, March 26, 2008. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES)
TIMOR/
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
CRI02D
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March 26, 2003
Japanese coffee buyer Yoshitaka Nishino sniffs a bowl of freshly brewed
Costa Rican coffee, at the country's...
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of
COFFEE TASTERS JUDGE COSTA RICA'S BEST 2003 COFFEES.
Japanese coffee buyer Yoshitaka Nishino sniffs a bowl of freshly brewed
Costa Rican coffee, at the country's second annual specialty coffee cupping
event, in San Pedro de Barva, 30 kilometers from the capital of San Jose,
March 26, 2003. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate PP03030068

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COSTA RICA COFFE
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January 13, 2004
Costa Rican workers wait in line to measure their freshly harvested crop of coffee beans at a plantation...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rican coffee pickers wait in line to measure their freshly harvested crop.
Costa Rican workers wait in line to measure their freshly harvested crop of coffee beans at a plantation in Carrizal de Alajuela, northeast of the capital San Jose, on January 13, 2004. Costa Rican coffee producers are concentrating on producing premium quality coffee for export in order to reposition their product in the international market where it sells for $40 per sack more than normal Arabic coffee. Picture taken January 13, 2004. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/GN
FRANCE/
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March 14, 2007
Inside view of Starbucks Coffee Company's coffee house in Paris, march 14, 2007. The coffee house, the...
Paris, France
Inside view of Starbucks Coffee Company's coffee house in Paris
Inside view of Starbucks Coffee Company's coffee house in Paris, march 14, 2007. The coffee house, the first opened in Paris January 15, 2004 is situated on Avenue de l'Opera at the heart of Paris' tourist district. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
JAPAN
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August 02, 2007
Barista Carl Sara of New Zealand makes a latte art during the finals of the World Barista Championship...
Tokyo, Japan
Barista Carl Sara of New Zealand makes a latte art during the finals of the World Barista Championship...
Barista Carl Sara of New Zealand makes a latte art during the finals of the World Barista Championship in Tokyo August 2, 2007. Each competitor is required to serve each of the four sensory judges a single espresso, a single cappuccino and a single signature beverage of his or her choice (espresso-based and alcohol-free) for a total of 12 drinks, while also being judged by one head judge and two technical judges during a period of 15 minutes or less. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
PEETSCOFFEE/
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November 20, 2007
A worker roasts coffee at a Peet's Coffee roasting plant in Alameda, California November 16, 2007. While...
Alameda, UNITED STATES
A worker roasts coffee at a Peet's Coffee roasting plant in Alameda
A worker roasts coffee at a Peet's Coffee roasting plant in Alameda, California November 16, 2007. While Starbucks Corp stacks its coffee shops with lunchtime salads, CDs and hot breakfast sandwiches, smaller rival Peet's Coffee & Tea Inc is concentrating on working its way into consumers' daily routines through their home coffee makers. Picture taken November 16, 2007. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
ETHIOPIA
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March 13, 2007
Customers talk and drink inside a coffee-shop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name "Starbucks",...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Customers talk and drink in a coffee-shop in Mekele
Customers talk and drink inside a coffee-shop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name "Starbucks", March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee-shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop named Starbucks. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
VIETNAM-COFFEE/SALES
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November 30, 2007
A worker carries a bucket of coffee beans to be dried at a processing plant in Krong Pac district in...
KRONG PAC DISTRICT, Vietnam
Worker carries a bucket of coffee beans to be dried at a processing plant in Krong Pac in Vietnam
A worker carries a bucket of coffee beans to be dried at a processing plant in Krong Pac district in Vietnam's Central Dak Lak province November 30, 2007. January to November coffee revenues are set to soar 72.7 percent to $1.68 billion in Vietnam, the world's second-largest coffee producer after Brazil, making it Vietnam's highest-earning agricultural product. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
STARBUCKS
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March 16, 2007
A cup and sugar packet from a Starbucks coffee shop are pictured in London, March 15, 2007. ...
London, UK
A cup and sugar packet from a Starbucks coffee shop are pictured in London
A cup and sugar packet from a Starbucks coffee shop are pictured in London, March 15, 2007. REUTERS/Catherine Benson (BRITAIN)
COSTA RICA COFFE
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January 13, 2004
A worker measures freshly harvested coffee beans at a plantation dedicated to the export of quality coffee,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Worker measures freshly harvested coffee beans at a plantation in Costa Rica.
A worker measures freshly harvested coffee beans at a plantation dedicated to the export of quality coffee, in Carrizal de Alajuela, northeast of the capital San Jose, on January 13, 2004. Costa Rican coffee producers are concentrating on producing premium quality coffee for export in order to reposition their product in the international market where it sells for $40 per sack more than normal Arabic coffee. Picture taken January 13, 2004. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/GN
TURKEY-COFFEE
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November 06, 2007
A waiter prepares cappuccino at a coffee shop in Istanbul October 19, 2007. Turks are turning their backs...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-COFFEE
A waiter prepares cappuccino at a coffee shop in Istanbul October 19, 2007. Turks are turning their backs on traditional Turkish coffee as they acquire a taste for the cappuccinos and espressos served at global coffee chain outlets opening up across this economically booming Muslim country. Picture taken October 19, 2007. To match feature TURKEY-COFFEE REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
INDIA
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February 25, 2007
A visitor drinks coffee at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city of Bangalore...
Bangalore, India
A visitor drinks coffee at the International Coffee Festival 2007 in Bangalore
A visitor drinks coffee at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city of Bangalore February 25, 2007. The three-day long coffee festival has around 100 delegates from fifteen countries. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv (INDIA)
COFFEE-NEWYORK/
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April 06, 2008
Coffee beans are roasted inside the Roasting Plant coffee cafe in New York, March 26, 2008. Picture taken...
New York, UNITED STATES
Coffee beans are roasted inside the Roasting Plant coffee cafe in New York
Coffee beans are roasted inside the Roasting Plant coffee cafe in New York, March 26, 2008. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES)
TIMOR/
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July 05, 2007
An East Timorese worker shows a dried coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened...
Dili, East Timor
An East Timorese worker shows a dried coffee beans in Dili
An East Timorese worker shows a dried coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
PANAMA-COFFEE/CUPPING
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April 12, 2007
Judges smell the aroma of coffee blends at the 11th International Best of Panama coffee cupping competition...
Boquete, Panama
Judges smell the aroma of coffee blends at the 11th International Best of Panama coffee cupping competition...
Judges smell the aroma of coffee blends at the 11th International Best of Panama coffee cupping competition in Boquete April 12, 2007. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
TURKEY-COFFEE
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November 06, 2007
A waiter carries two cups of Turkish coffee at a coffee shop in Istanbul October 19, 2007. Turks are...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-COFFEE
A waiter carries two cups of Turkish coffee at a coffee shop in Istanbul October 19, 2007. Turks are turning their backs on traditional Turkish coffee as they acquire a taste for the cappuccinos and espressos served at global coffee chain outlets opening up across this economically booming Muslim country. Picture taken October 19, 2007. To match feature TURKEY-COFFEE REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
SAN JOSE
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January 24, 2005
Costa Rican coffee worker casts a shadow over sun-dried coffee beans on the Doka Coffee plantation in...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rican coffee worker casts a shadow over sun-dried coffee beans on the Doka Coffee plantation.
Costa Rican coffee worker casts a shadow over sun-dried coffee beans on the Doka Coffee plantation in San Isidro de Alajuela, north-east of the capital San Jose, January 24, 2005. Costa Rican coffee producers are concentrating on producing premium quality coffee for export in order to reposition their product in the international market where it sells for $40 per sack more than normal Arabic coffee. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/SN
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