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ARGENTINA-BEEF/
RTS1Z4TB
August 28, 2018
Cows graze in a farm near Sunchales, Argentina, April 6, 2018. Picture taken April 6, 2018. REUTERS/Marcos...
SUNCHALES, Argentina
Cows graze in a farm near Sunchales
Cows graze in a farm near Sunchales, Argentina, April 6, 2018. Picture taken April 6, 2018. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-BEEF/
RTS1Z4T7
August 28, 2018
Cows graze in a farm near Santiago del Estero, Argentina, April 6, 2018. Picture taken April 6, 2018....
Santiago Del Estero, Argentina
Cows graze in a farm near Santiago del Estero
Cows graze in a farm near Santiago del Estero, Argentina, April 6, 2018. Picture taken April 6, 2018. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-BEEF/
RTS1Z4T5
August 28, 2018
Cows graze in a farm near Sunchales, Argentina, April 6, 2018. Picture taken April 6, 2018. REUTERS/Marcos...
SUNCHALES, Argentina
Cows graze in a farm near Sunchales
Cows graze in a farm near Sunchales, Argentina, April 6, 2018. Picture taken April 6, 2018. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
USA-TRADE/CHINA-PRODUCTS
RTX5TGIO
April 19, 2018
Beef imported from the U.S. is seen at Wolfgang's, a high-end steak house in East Beijing's Sanlitun...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: Trade tensions with U.S. testing Chinese consumers
Beef imported from the U.S. is seen at Wolfgang's, a high-end steak house in East Beijing's Sanlitun district, China, April 6, 2018. A 15-kg whole cut of beef from the United States is around 20 percent more expensive than its Australian counterpart, said Daniel Sui, deputy general manager at Wolfgang's. "Customers like U.S. beef because it tastes juicy and tender, but Wolfgang's only sells around seven to eight pieces of U.S. imported beef steak each day," Sui said. "The limited supply is because the Chinese government bans feed additives and only 5 percent of U.S. beef is qualified for export." REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "TRADE PRODUCTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BRITAIN-EU/VOTERS
RTX5EQI4
March 28, 2018
Fresh meat is displayed for sale in a butchers meat counter in Great Yarmouth, Britain, March 21, 2018....
GREAT YARMOUTH, United Kingdom
Fresh meat is displayed for sale in a butchers meat counter in Great Yarmouth
Fresh meat is displayed for sale in a butchers meat counter in Great Yarmouth, Britain, March 21, 2018. Picture taken March 21, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
GLOBAL-MEAT/
RTX3CZPR
July 26, 2017
A beef steak is cut at the Taberna del Gijon restaurant in Madrid, Spain, July 26, 2017. REUTERS/Paul...
Madrid, Spain
A beef steak is cut at the Taberna del Gijon restaurant in Madrid
A beef steak is cut at the Taberna del Gijon restaurant in Madrid, Spain, July 26, 2017. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTSXB0B
January 25, 2017
Beef from Limousin cattles is offered at a supermarket of Swiss retail group Coop in Zumikon, Switzerland...
ZUMIKON, Switzerland
Beef is offered at a supermarket of Swiss retail group Coop in Zumikon
Beef from Limousin cattles is offered at a supermarket of Swiss retail group Coop in Zumikon, Switzerland December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
PARAGUAY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2RJAL
November 02, 2016
A yacare caiman eats beef offal in a pond at the San Jorge ranch in General Diaz, Paraguay, August 14,...
General Diaz, Paraguay
The Wider Image: A slow death along the Pilcomayo River
A yacare caiman eats beef offal in a pond at the San Jorge ranch in General Diaz, Paraguay, August 14, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno SEARCH "BOQUERON DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
PARAGUAY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2RJ8P
November 02, 2016
A yacare caiman eats beef offal in a pond at the San Jorge ranch in General Diaz, Paraguay, August 14,...
General Diaz, Paraguay
The Wider Image: A slow death along the Pilcomayo River
A yacare caiman eats beef offal in a pond at the San Jorge ranch in General Diaz, Paraguay, August 14, 2016. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno SEARCH "BOQUERON DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TRADE-TPP/
RTS7ADI
November 16, 2015
Beef meat imported from Australia are displayed at a supermarket in Tokyo, Japan, November 16, 2015....
Tokyo, Japan
Beef meat imported from Australia are displayed at a supermarket in Tokyo, Japan
Beef meat imported from Australia are displayed at a supermarket in Tokyo, Japan, November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Issei Kato
TRADE-TPP/
RTS7ACY
November 16, 2015
A man holds campaign stickers to promote selling beef meat imported from Australia at a supermarket in...
Tokyo, Japan
A man holds campaign stickers to promote selling beef meat imported from Australia at a supermarket in...
A man holds campaign stickers to promote selling beef meat imported from Australia at a supermarket in Tokyo, Japan, November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Issei Kato
TRADE-TPP/
RTS79SI
November 16, 2015
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce serves sampling Australian beef...
Tokyo, Japan
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce serves sampling Australian beef...
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce serves sampling Australian beef food to a child to promote Australian products at a supermarket in Tokyo, Japan, November 16, 2015. Joyce is in Japan to promote Australian agriculture after the signing of the Transpacific Partnership last month. REUTERS/Issei Kato
TRADE-TPP/
RTS79R1
November 16, 2015
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce looks at Australian beef as he...
Tokyo, Japan
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce looks at Australian beef as he...
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce looks at Australian beef as he visits at a supermarket to promote Australian products in Tokyo, Japan, November 16, 2015. Joyce is in Japan to promote Australian agriculture after the signing of the Transpacific Partnership last month. REUTERS/Issei Kato
TRADE-TPP/
RTS79R0
November 16, 2015
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce smiles as he serves sampling Australian...
Tokyo, Japan
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce smiles as he serves sampling Australian...
Australian Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce smiles as he serves sampling Australian beef food to customers to promote Australian products at a supermarket in Tokyo, Japan, November 16, 2015. Joyce is in Japan to promote Australian agriculture after the signing of the Transpacific Partnership last month. REUTERS/Issei Kato TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SOUTHKOREA-BEEF/
RTX1SC0Q
September 24, 2015
A man displays cuts of beef at a BBQ restaurant in Hongseong, South Korea, September 16, 2015. Soaring...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Man displays cuts of beef at a BBQ restaurant in Hongseong, South Korea
A man displays cuts of beef at a BBQ restaurant in Hongseong, South Korea, September 16, 2015. Soaring South Korean beef prices should be welcome news for its hard-pressed cattle farmers, but a failure to rebuild herds and customers balking at paying record levels for prized local "Hanwoo" meat mean imports are set to keep pouring in. Picture taken September 16, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-BEEF/
RTX1SC0L
September 24, 2015
Beef cattle graze on hay at a cattle shed in Hongseong, South Korea, September 16, 2015. Soaring South...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Beef cattle graze on hay at a cattle shed in Hongseong, South Korea
Beef cattle graze on hay at a cattle shed in Hongseong, South Korea, September 16, 2015. Soaring South Korean beef prices should be welcome news for its hard-pressed cattle farmers, but a failure to rebuild herds and customers balking at paying record levels for prized local "Hanwoo" meat mean imports are set to keep pouring in. Picture taken September 16, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-BEEF/
RTX1SC0K
September 24, 2015
A man chops beef at a BBQ restaurant in Hongseong, South Korea, September 16, 2015. Soaring South Korean...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Man chops beef at a BBQ restaurant in Hongseong, South Korea
A man chops beef at a BBQ restaurant in Hongseong, South Korea, September 16, 2015. Soaring South Korean beef prices should be welcome news for its hard-pressed cattle farmers, but a failure to rebuild herds and customers balking at paying record levels for prized local "Hanwoo" meat mean imports are set to keep pouring in. Picture taken September 16, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
INDIA-MEAT/
RTX1RNK3
September 08, 2015
A butcher cuts meat for a customer inside his shop in Mumbai, India, September 8, 2015. India's financial...
Mumbai, India
A butcher cuts meat for a customer inside his shop in Mumbai
A butcher cuts meat for a customer inside his shop in Mumbai, India, September 8, 2015. India's financial capital has banned the slaughter and sale of meat for four days this month following a demand from the strictly vegetarian Jain community, sparking outrage among meat-eaters already upset by a permanent beef ban imposed this year. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
CHINA-MEAT/
RTX1K70Q
July 13, 2015
A man handles portions of frozen beef tripe from Brazil on a back street at an industrial area in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
A man handles portions of frozen beef tripe from Brazil on a back street at an industrial area in Hong...
A man handles portions of frozen beef tripe from Brazil on a back street at an industrial area in Hong Kong before they are smuggled across the border into mainland China, July 8, 2015. As China's appetite for meat continues to grow, a crackdown is under way on illegal smuggling from Vietnam and Hong Kong. Picture taken July 8, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
USA-FOOD/
RTR4T09X
March 12, 2015
Steak is pictured in New York March 11, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD)
New York, UNITED STATES
Steak is pictured in New York
Steak is pictured in New York March 11, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4JKMM
December 29, 2014
A plate of wagyu beef, aged lamb, and 24 karat gold leaf chanterelle risotto, which feature on Nino's...
New York, UNITED STATES
A plate of wagyu beef, aged lamb, and 24 karat gold leaf chanterelle risotto, which feature on Nino's...
A plate of wagyu beef, aged lamb, and 24 karat gold leaf chanterelle risotto, which feature on Nino's Ristorante's New Year's eve menu, is pictured at the restaurant in the Manhattan borough of New York December 29, 2014. The five course menu consisting of wagyu beef, beluga caviar, a 24 karat gold chanterelle risotto, and a dry aged rack of Colorado lamb will cost $2015.

REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
INDIA-ELECTION/BEEF
RTR3OLVD
May 11, 2014
A butcher cuts up portions of beef for sale in an abattoir at a wholesale market in Mumbai May 11, 2014....
Mumbai, India
A butcher cuts up portions of beef for sale in an abattoir at a wholesale market in Mumbai
A butcher cuts up portions of beef for sale in an abattoir at a wholesale market in Mumbai May 11, 2014. India's main Hindu nationalist party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) says it plans to clamp down on beef exports if it takes power after general elections that end on Monday, threatening supplies from one of the world's biggest shippers of the meat. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD BUSINESS)
FOOD-BARBECUE/PRICES
RTR3LQB0
April 17, 2014
Slices of beef are seen on a sandwich at The Outdoor Grill in Culver City, Los Angeles, California April...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Slices of beef are seen on a sandwich at The Outdoor Grill in Culver City, Los Angeles
Slices of beef are seen on a sandwich at The Outdoor Grill in Culver City, Los Angeles, California April 10, 2014. Retail beef and pork prices reached all-time highs last month, according to Bill Hahn, agricultural economist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service. That's prompting some consumers to pivot to less expensive protein sources and driving the grocery, packaged food and restaurant industries to adjust portion sizes, tweak their menus and roll out new products in a bid to address higher food costs without driving customers away. Picture taken April 10, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PORTUGAL/
RTR3JOID
April 02, 2014
A butcher prepares to cut veal at the Ribeira market in downtown Lisbon April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rafael...
Lisbon, Portugal
A butcher prepares to cut veal at the Ribeira market in downtown Lisbon
A butcher prepares to cut veal at the Ribeira market in downtown Lisbon April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS FOOD)
JAPAN/
RTX16UYQ
December 27, 2013
The highest award (Champion) winning female Kobe beef, which is priced at 210,000 yen ($2040) per 1kg,...
Tokyo, Japan
Kobe beef, which is priced at 210,000 yen per 1kg, is cooked at Kobe Beef Kawamura restaurant in Tokyo's...
The highest award (Champion) winning female Kobe beef, which is priced at 210,000 yen ($2040) per 1kg, is cooked at Kobe Beef Kawamura restaurant in Tokyo's Ginza district December 17, 2013. Picture taken December 17, 2013. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY WEALTH)
PORTUGAL/
RTX146Q1
October 10, 2013
Employees butcher a cow at Santacarnes slaughterhouse in Santarem, October 9, 2013. The Santacarnes slaughterhouse,...
Santarem, Portugal
Employees butcher a cow at Santacarnes slaughterhouse in Santarem
Employees butcher a cow at Santacarnes slaughterhouse in Santarem, October 9, 2013. The Santacarnes slaughterhouse, which started business in 1992, currently has 60 employees who can slaughter around 200 pigs or 45 cows per hour. In 2012, the Santacarnes slaughterhouse butchered around 36,500 animals. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PORTUGAL INFLATION/
RTX13HDA
September 11, 2013
A butcher cuts a veal at the Ribeira market in downtown Lisbon September 11, 2013. Portugal's consumer...
Lisbon, Portugal
A butcher cuts a veal at Ribeira market in downtown Lisbon
A butcher cuts a veal at the Ribeira market in downtown Lisbon September 11, 2013. Portugal's consumer price index fell by a sharper than expected 0.7 percent in August after a drop of 0.2 percent in July as summer sales again pushed inflation lower in the bailed out country, the National Statistics Institute said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-BELARUS/
RTX134OI
September 02, 2013
Employees wash slaughtered cows at a slaughterhouse at a farm of the Belarusian Republican Union of Consumer...
Volozhin, Belarus
Employees wash slaughtered cows at a slaughterhouse at a farm of the Belarusian Republican Union of Consumer...
Employees wash slaughtered cows at a slaughterhouse at a farm of the Belarusian Republican Union of Consumer Societies in the town of Volozhin, some 70 km (44 miles) west of Minsk, September 2, 2013. Russia banned pork imports from Belarus on Friday, stepping up a diplomatic and trade war over the arrest of a Russian businessman and threatening to deepen the isolation of its former Soviet ally. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
News
News
World's First In-Vitro Burger - 05 Aug 2013
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SCIENCE-MEAT/IN-VITRO
RTX12AZ6
August 05, 2013
A photographer shoots in a television studio with a live screen view behind as the world's first lab-grown...
London, United Kingdom
World's first in-vitro beef burger cooked and tasted in London
A photographer shoots in a television studio with a live screen view behind as the world's first lab-grown beef burger is cooked during a launch event in west London, August 5, 2013. The in-vitro burger, cultured from cattle stem cells, the first example of what its creator says could provide an answer to global food shortages and help combat climate change, was fried in a pan and tasted by two volunteers. The burger is the result of years of research by Dutch scientist Mark Post, a vascular biologist at the University of Maastricht, who is working to show how meat grown in petri dishes might one day be a true alternative to meat from livestock.The meat in the burger has been made by knitting together around 20,000 strands of protein that has been cultured from cattle stem cells in Post's lab. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS FOOD)
SCIENCE-MEAT/IN-VITRO
RTX12AYX
August 05, 2013
Josh Schonwald, a US-based food writer, tastes the world's first lab-grown beef burger during a launch...
London, United Kingdom
World's first in-vitro beef burger cooked and tasted in London
Josh Schonwald, a US-based food writer, tastes the world's first lab-grown beef burger during a launch event in west London, August 5, 2013. The in-vitro burger, cultured from cattle stem cells, the first example of what its creator says could provide an answer to global food shortages and help combat climate change, was fried in a pan and tasted by two volunteers. The burger is the result of years of research by Dutch scientist Mark Post, a vascular biologist at the University of Maastricht, who is working to show how meat grown in petri dishes might one day be a true alternative to meat from livestock.The meat in the burger has been made by knitting together around 20,000 strands of protein that has been cultured from cattle stem cells in Post's lab. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY FOOD ANIMALS)
POLAND-KOSHER/
RTX11W9O
July 23, 2013
A slaughterer works with beef carcasses at the Biernacki Meat Plant slaughterhouse in Golina near Jarocin,...
GOLINA, Poland
A slaughterer works with beef carcasses at the Biernacki Meat Plant slaughterhouse in Golina near Jarocin,...
A slaughterer works with beef carcasses at the Biernacki Meat Plant slaughterhouse in Golina near Jarocin, western Poland July 17, 2013. The abattoir in this small town in western Poland has a special dormitory to house the more than 30 Jewish men designated by Israel's chief rabbi to oversee the production of kosher beef there. Poland exports 90 percent of its beef, a third of which was kosher or halal worth some 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion). But this booming industry has ground to a halt because, after a campaign by animal rights activists who say the method of slaughter is cruel, Poland's constitutional court banned the practice and this month its parliament rejected an amendment that would have allowed the slaughter to resume. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND-KOSHER/
RTX11W9A
July 23, 2013
A slaughterer transports beef carcasses at the Biernacki Meat Plant slaughterhouse in Golina near Jarocin,...
GOLINA, Poland
A slaughterer transports beef carcasses at the Biernacki Meat Plant slaughterhouse in Golina near Jarocin,...
A slaughterer transports beef carcasses at the Biernacki Meat Plant slaughterhouse in Golina near Jarocin, western Poland July 17, 2013. The abattoir in this small town in western Poland has a special dormitory to house the more than 30 Jewish men designated by Israel's chief rabbi to oversee the production of kosher beef there. Poland exports 90 percent of its beef, a third of which was kosher or halal worth some 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion). But this booming industry has ground to a halt because, after a campaign by animal rights activists who say the method of slaughter is cruel, Poland's constitutional court banned the practice and this month its parliament rejected an amendment that would have allowed the slaughter to resume. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRIA/
RTX10C16
June 05, 2013
Chef Andreas Koller cuts a piece of Australian wagyu meat in his restaurant 'Auf da Muehle' in the western...
SOELL, Austria
Chef Koller cuts piece of Australian wagyu meat in his restaurant 'Auf da Muehle' in Soell
Chef Andreas Koller cuts a piece of Australian wagyu meat in his restaurant 'Auf da Muehle' in the western Austrian village of Soell June 2, 2013. Koller, the owner of the restaurant, says only about 5-10 percent of all food there is thrown away. The waste food is collected and sent weekly to a biogas plant, where it is used to help produce electricity. Cutting the amount of food that goes to waste is the special theme of this year's World Environment Day on June 5. The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that about a third of all the food produced for human consumption worldwide every year is wasted. Picture taken June 2, 2013. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTX10C15
June 05, 2013
Steaks are being prepared on a grill in the 'Auf da Muehle' restaurant in the western Austrian village...
SOELL, Austria
Steaks are being prepared on a grill in 'Auf da Muehle' restaurant in Soell
Steaks are being prepared on a grill in the 'Auf da Muehle' restaurant in the western Austrian village of Soell June 2, 2013. Andreas Koller, the owner of the restaurant, says only about 5-10 percent of all food there is thrown away. The waste food is collected and sent weekly to a biogas plant, where it is used to help produce electricity. Cutting the amount of food that goes to waste is the special theme of this year's World Environment Day on June 5. The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that about a third of all the food produced for human consumption worldwide every year is wasted. Picture taken June 2, 2013. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPF
March 04, 2013
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility...
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP8
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP3
March 04, 2013
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South...
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKOY
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
KENYA/
RTR3EIB8
March 03, 2013
People carry fresh beef on a street in the Kibera slum in Nairobi March 3, 2013. REUTERS/Noor Khamis...
Nairobi, Kenya
People carry fresh beef on a street in the Kibera slum in Nairobi
People carry fresh beef on a street in the Kibera slum in Nairobi March 3, 2013. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DTQW
February 15, 2013
Beef is put through a mincer at Lidgates butchers in west London February 13, 2013. In one of Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Beef is put through a mincer at Lidgates butchers in west London
Beef is put through a mincer at Lidgates butchers in west London February 13, 2013. In one of Britain's oldest butcher's shops, staff in straw hats are rushing to cope with a surge in demand for pricey pies and sausages from customers worried about a scandal over mislabelled horsemeat and rich enough to buy peace of mind. Founded in 1850, Lidgates in London's smart Notting Hill district retains a Dickensian atmosphere, displaying beef from grass-fed cows, organic chickens, and silver trophies won by its products. Photograph taken on February 13, 2013. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-FOOD/BEEF
RTR3BT1T
December 21, 2012
A man holds a piece of beef as he serves customers at his stall at Bumi Serpong Damai market in Tangerang,...
Tangerang, Indonesia
A man holds a piece of beef as he serves customers at his stall at Bumi Serpong Damai market in Tangerang,...
A man holds a piece of beef as he serves customers at his stall at Bumi Serpong Damai market in Tangerang, Indonesia's Banten province December 21, 2012. Indonesia's local beef output is forecast to rise to 449,000 tonnes in 2013, but this still leaves a shortfall as beef consumption is seen climbing at the same rate to 549,000 tonnes, with chains such as Burger King and local steak houses like Holycow spreading to cater to a burgeoning middle class. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR39LOG
October 26, 2012
An Afghan butcher holds a piece of beef on the first day of Eid al-Adha in Kabul October 26, 2012. Muslims...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan butcher holds a piece of beef on the first day of Eid al-Adha in Kabul
An Afghan butcher holds a piece of beef on the first day of Eid al-Adha in Kabul October 26, 2012. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Adha to mark the end of the haj pilgrimage by slaughtering sheep, goats, camels and cows to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, on God's command. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: RELIGION FOOD)
SPAIN-REGIONS/DEBT
RTR39A7L
October 18, 2012
Slaughterhouse cold store manager Eduardo Fernandez de Cordoba y Garcia, 54, poses in a cold-storage...
La Linea De La Concepcion, Spain
Slaughterhouse cold store manager Eduardo Fernandez de Cordoba y Garcia poses in a cold-storage room...
Slaughterhouse cold store manager Eduardo Fernandez de Cordoba y Garcia, 54, poses in a cold-storage room of the municipal abattoir in La Linea de la Concepcion, southern Spain September 27, 2012. Just months after a 27 billion euro ($35 billion) bailout, Spain's cash-strapped town halls and regions are again falling behind on pay checks for public workers and suppliers' bills, spelling trouble for the country's deficit-cutting drive. Earlier this year Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy rescued broke local governments with billions of euros in loans to cover months, and even years, of unpaid bills for services in sectors such as health care and waste management. The credit line was supposed to be a one-time deal for indebted town halls and Spain's 17 autonomous regions, whose debt woes are at the heart of concerns that Spain will need European financial aid to sustain its debt. But unpaid bills are piling up again as local governments delay payments to finance their deficits, with devastating consequences for some individuals whose families depend dwindling or disappearing incomes from town halls. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI
RTR38RH5
October 03, 2012
A butcher wraps Ground Alberta beef at Bon Ton Meat Market in Calgary, Alberta, October 3, 2012. Bon...
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI, Canada
A butcher wraps Ground Alberta beef at Bon Ton Meat Market in Calgary
A butcher wraps Ground Alberta beef at Bon Ton Meat Market in Calgary, Alberta, October 3, 2012. Bon Ton stated it was not effected by the recent E.Coli outbreak as they get their meat from select smaller producers. E. coli, a strain of which can cause sickness or even death, is widely present in meat-processing plants, and regulators require packers to control the bacteria within certain levels. E.coli can be killed by thoroughly cooking meat. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI
RTR38RH2
October 03, 2012
Ground Alberta beef in seen in coolers at Bon Ton Meat Market in Calgary, Alberta, October 3, 2012. Bon...
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI, Canada
Ground Alberta beef in seen in coolers at Bon Ton Meat Market in Calgary
Ground Alberta beef in seen in coolers at Bon Ton Meat Market in Calgary, Alberta, October 3, 2012. Bon Ton stated it was not effected by the recent E.Coli outbreak as they get their meat from select smaller producers. E. coli, a strain of which can cause sickness or even death, is widely present in meat-processing plants, and regulators require packers to control the bacteria within certain levels. E.coli can be killed by thoroughly cooking meat. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI
RTR38RH0
October 03, 2012
Clayton Colliou, a butcher at Bon Ton Meat Market, organizes choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary,...
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI, Canada
A butcher at Bon Ton Meat Market organizes choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary
Clayton Colliou, a butcher at Bon Ton Meat Market, organizes choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary, Alberta, October 3, 2012. Bon Ton stated it was not effected by the recent E.Coli outbreak as they get their meat from select smaller producers. E. coli, a strain of which can cause sickness or even death, is widely present in meat-processing plants, and regulators require packers to control the bacteria within certain levels. E.coli can be killed by thoroughly cooking meat. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI
RTR38RGU
October 03, 2012
Clayton Colliou, a meat cutter at Bon Ton Meat Market, cuts choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary, Alberta,...
CANADA-BEEF/ECOLI, Canada
A meat cutter at Bon Ton Meat Market cuts choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary
Clayton Colliou, a meat cutter at Bon Ton Meat Market, cuts choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary, Alberta, October 3, 2012. Bon Ton stated it was not effected by the recent E.Coli outbreak as they get their meat from select smaller producers. E. coli, a strain of which can cause sickness or even death, is widely present in meat-processing plants, and regulators require packers to control the bacteria within certain levels. E.coli can be killed by thoroughly cooking meat. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR38RGR
October 03, 2012
Clayton Colliou, a meat cutter at Bon Ton Meat Market, cuts choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary, Alberta,...
Calgary, Canada
Meat cutter at Bon Ton Meat Market cuts choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary
Clayton Colliou, a meat cutter at Bon Ton Meat Market, cuts choice cuts of Alberta beef in Calgary, Alberta, October 3, 2012. Bon Ton stated it was not effected by the recent E.Coli outbreak as they get their meat from select smaller producers. E. coli, a strain of which can cause sickness or even death, is widely present in meat-processing plants, and regulators require packers to control the bacteria within certain levels. E.coli can be killed by thoroughly cooking meat. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
VENEZUELA/
RTR37NUP
September 08, 2012
A butcher carries beef at Petare's market in Caracas September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA...
Caracas, Venezuela
A butcher carries beef at Petare's market in Caracas
A butcher carries beef at Petare's market in Caracas September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTR36VC2
August 15, 2012
Butcher Brett Marley holds freshly ground beef at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois, April...
WESTERN SPRINGS, UNITED STATES
Butcher Brett Marley holds freshly ground beef at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois
Butcher Brett Marley holds freshly ground beef at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR36VBN
August 15, 2012
Butcher Bill Schroeder weighs fresh ground beef on the scale at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois,...
WESTERN SPRINGS, UNITED STATES
Butcher Bill Schroeder weighs fresh ground beef on the scale at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois...
Butcher Bill Schroeder weighs fresh ground beef on the scale at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
MEXICO-POVERTY/
RTR35BJ8
July 25, 2012
Men stand near pieces of cow meat hanging by trees, to be consumed by the entire village, during a religious...
San Simon Zahuatlan, Mexico
Men stand near pieces of cow meat hanging by trees, to be consumed by the entire village, during a religious...
Men stand near pieces of cow meat hanging by trees, to be consumed by the entire village, during a religious festival in San Simon Zahuatlan July 13, 2012. Nearly 90 percent of people in this ramshackle settlement live on less than the 684 pesos ($51.54 USD) a month, which CONEVAL, the government's social development agency, uses as its benchmark for "extreme poverty." The election winner, Enrique Pena Nieto, has said he will bring jobs, education and clean water to wide swaths of the country where poverty is a stubborn reminder of successive governments' failure to unlock Mexico's full economic potential. Picture taken July 13, 2012. To match story MEXICO-POVERTY/ REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SOUTH-SUDAN/GOVERNED
RTR34R66
July 09, 2012
A man butchers a cow in Pibor, South Sudan, early June 22, 2012. For decades, Sudan's southerners fought...
PIBOR, South Sudan
A man butchers a cow in Pibor, South Sudan
A man butchers a cow in Pibor, South Sudan, early June 22, 2012. For decades, Sudan's southerners fought the country's predominately Arab rulers in the north. More than two million people died before the fighting ended in a peace deal in 2005. In a referendum promised by the pact, 99 percent of the southerners chose to secede, and on July 9, 2011, the flag of South Sudan was raised over Juba, the rickety new capital. Picture taken June 22, 2012. To match Special Report SOUTH-SUDAN/GOVERNED REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: ANIMALS ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
JAPAN-LIVER/
RTR34CQM
June 29, 2012
Yurika Miki eats raw beef liver sashimi at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation...
Tokyo, Japan
Miki eats raw beef liver sashimi at a restaurant in Tokyo
Yurika Miki eats raw beef liver sashimi at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation as the home of sushi and sashimi, one item is about to be taken off the menu as Japan's government looks to ban the popular dish of raw liver in sashimi style. The dish, which consists of raw beef liver sliced up into bite sized chunks and then served with onions and sauce had become a popular dish across the country. Picture taken June 28, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN-LIVER/
RTR34CQH
June 29, 2012
A chef carries trays of raw beef liver at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation...
Tokyo, Japan
A chef carries trays of raw beef liver at a restaurant in Tokyo
A chef carries trays of raw beef liver at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation as the home of sushi and sashimi, one item is about to be taken off the menu as Japan's government looks to ban the popular dish of raw liver in sashimi style. The dish, which consists of raw beef liver sliced up into bite sized chunks and then served with onions and sauce had become a popular dish across the country. Picture taken June 28, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN-LIVER/
RTR34CQ5
June 29, 2012
Yurika Miki (R) and her mother Yoshiko take photos of raw beef liver sashimi before eating them at a...
Tokyo, Japan
Miki and her mother Yoshiko take photos of raw beef liver sashimi before eating them at a restaurant...
Yurika Miki (R) and her mother Yoshiko take photos of raw beef liver sashimi before eating them at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation as the home of sushi and sashimi, one item is about to be taken off the menu as Japan's government looks to ban the popular dish of raw liver in sashimi style. The dish, which consists of raw beef liver sliced up into bite sized chunks and then served with onions and sauce had become a popular dish across the country. Picture taken June 28, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN-LIVER/
RTR34CON
June 29, 2012
A chef places raw beef liver sashimi in a refrigerated case at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While...
Tokyo, Japan
A chef places raw beef liver sashimi in a refrigerated case at a restaurant in Tokyo
A chef places raw beef liver sashimi in a refrigerated case at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation as the home of sushi and sashimi, one item is about to be taken off the menu as Japan's government looks to ban the popular dish of raw liver in sashimi style. The dish, which consists of raw beef liver sliced up into bite-sized chunks and then served with onions and sauce, had become a popular dish across the country. Picture taken June 28, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
JAPAN-LIVER/
RTR34COH
June 29, 2012
A chef slices a raw beef liver at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation as...
Tokyo, Japan
A chef slices a raw beef liver at a restaurant in Tokyo
A chef slices a raw beef liver at a restaurant in Tokyo June 28, 2012. While Japan has a reputation as the home of sushi and sashimi, one item is about to be taken off the menu as Japan's government looks to ban the popular dish of raw liver in sashimi style. The dish, which consists of raw beef liver sliced up into bite-sized chunks and then served with onions and sauce, had become a popular dish across the country. Picture taken June 28, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
USA-BEEF/PINKSLIME
RTR321V8
May 14, 2012
Butcher Brett Marley holds the freshly ground beef at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois, April...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Butcher Brett Marley holds the freshly ground beef at Casey's Market in Western Springs
Butcher Brett Marley holds the freshly ground beef at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois, April 25, 2012. "We're seeing customers in here that we haven't seen in ages," said store manager Joe Lane. Lane is not alone in laboring harder than ever to meet consumers' demands for ground beef free of the ammonia hydroxide-treated filler that roiled the beef industry this spring due to health concerns even though there have been no reported cases of illness due to its consumption. Picture taken April 25, 2012. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD BUSINESS)
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