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GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS15KBL
May 07, 2017
An espresso coffee is prepared by a barista at Moko cafe in Warsaw, Poland May 7, 2017. REUTERS/Kacper...
Warsaw, Poland
An espresso coffee is prepared by a barista at Moko cafe in Warsaw
An espresso coffee is prepared by a barista at Moko cafe in Warsaw, Poland May 7, 2017. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS15DWW
May 06, 2017
A barista makes a drip coffee at the La Tercera cafe in Beijing, China May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter...
Beijing, China
A barista makes a drip coffee at the La Tercera cafe in Beijing
A barista makes a drip coffee at the La Tercera cafe in Beijing, China May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS15BFN
May 05, 2017
An espresso is poured in a cup at Ridders Coffee roastery in Berlin, Germany May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Fabrizio...
Berlin, Germany
Espresso is poured in cup at Ridders Coffee roastery in Berlin
An espresso is poured in a cup at Ridders Coffee roastery in Berlin, Germany May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS152MG
May 04, 2017
A photo illustration shows a coffee sitting next to a promotional sign after it was made for a customer...
Sydney, Australia
A photo illustration shows a coffee sitting next to a promotional sign after it was made for a customer...
A photo illustration shows a coffee sitting next to a promotional sign after it was made for a customer at a Sydney cafe in Australia, May 4, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray/Illustration
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS152MF
May 04, 2017
A photo illustration shows a coffee reflected in a coffee machine after it was made for a customer at...
Sydney, Australia
A photo illustration shows a coffee reflected in a coffee machine after it was made for a customer at...
A photo illustration shows a coffee reflected in a coffee machine after it was made for a customer at a Sydney cafe in Australia, May 4, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray/Illustration
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS152ME
May 04, 2017
A photo illustration shows a coffee sitting atop a promotional sign after it was made for a customer...
Sydney, Australia
A photo illustration shows a coffee sitting atop a promotional sign after it was made for a customer...
A photo illustration shows a coffee sitting atop a promotional sign after it was made for a customer at a Sydney cafe in Australia, May 4, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray/Illustration
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS14WYS
May 03, 2017
A photo illustration shows the crema of an espresso coffee rising to the top of the cup after being poured...
Sydney, Australia
A photo illustration shows the crema of an espresso coffee rising to the top of the cup after being poured...
A photo illustration shows the crema of an espresso coffee rising to the top of the cup after being poured by a machine in a home in Sydney, Australia May 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Illustration
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS14WYR
May 03, 2017
A photo illustration shows an automatic coffee machine pouring an espresso into a glass in a home in...
Sydney, Australia
A photo illustration shows an automatic coffee machine pouring an espresso into a glass in a home in...
A photo illustration shows an automatic coffee machine pouring an espresso into a glass in a home in Sydney, Australia May 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Illustration
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS14WYP
May 03, 2017
A photo illustration shows an automatic coffee machine pouring an espresso into a glass in a home in...
Sydney, Australia
A photo illustration shows an automatic coffee machine pouring an espresso into a glass in a home in...
A photo illustration shows an automatic coffee machine pouring an espresso into a glass in a home in Sydney, Australia May 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Illustration
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS14RC1
May 02, 2017
Freshly ground Arabica coffee drips from a domestic coffee machine to make an espresso, Northwich, Britain...
NORTHWICH, United Kingdom
Freshly ground Arabica coffee drips from a domestic coffee machine to make an espresso
Freshly ground Arabica coffee drips from a domestic coffee machine to make an espresso, Northwich, Britain May 1, 2017. Picture taken May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS14M8A
May 01, 2017
An illustration picture shows an espresso made from a Nespresso capsule with a kitchen-aid coffee maker,...
Frankfurt, Germany
An illustration picture shows an espresso made from a Nespresso capsule with a kitchen-aid coffee maker...
An illustration picture shows an espresso made from a Nespresso capsule with a kitchen-aid coffee maker, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach/Illustration
USA-ODDLY/
RTSY894
February 12, 2017
Espresso is brewed at a Starbucks coffeehouse in Austin, Texas, U.S., February 11, 2017. Picture taken...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Espresso is brewed at a Starbucks coffeehouse in Austin, Texas,
Espresso is brewed at a Starbucks coffeehouse in Austin, Texas, U.S., February 11, 2017. Picture taken February 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammad Khursheed
UKRAINE-ODDLY/
RTX2BKZP
April 25, 2016
A coffee machine for various drinks is seen in Kiev, Ukraine, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
Kiev, Ukraine
A coffee machine for various drinks is seen in Kiev
A coffee machine for various drinks is seen in Kiev, Ukraine, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSL2
August 03, 2015
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap at its cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSL0
August 03, 2015
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap at its cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSK8
August 03, 2015
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
New York, UNITED STATES
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap is seen at Guy & Gallard cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSIS
August 03, 2015
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
New York, UNITED STATES
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap is seen at Guy & Gallard cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. . Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
NESTLE-SOFTBANK/ROBOT
RTR4G6WL
December 01, 2014
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named "Pepper" gestures as it introduces Nestle's coffee machines at...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named "Pepper" gestures as it introduces Nestle's coffee machines at...
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named "Pepper" gestures as it introduces Nestle's coffee machines at an electric shop in Tokyo December 1, 2014. Nestle SA started to use robots to help sell its coffee makers at electronics stores across Japan, becoming the first corporate customer for the chatty, bug-eyed androids unveiled in June by tech conglomerate SoftBank Corp. The waist-high robot, developed by a French company and manufactured in Taiwan, was touted by Japan's SoftBank as capable of learning and expressing human emotions, and of serving as a companion or guide in a country that faces chronic labour shortages. The maker of Nescafe coffee and KitKat chocolate bars plans to have the robots working at 1,000 stores by the end of next year, a Nestle official said. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SAUDI-FOREIGNWORKERS
RTX15YWP
November 30, 2013
A veiled Saudi woman makes coffee as she works at a coffee shop in Tabuk, 1500 km (932 miles) from Riyadh...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Veiled Saudi woman makes coffee as she works at a coffee shop in Tabuk, 1500 km from Riyadh
A veiled Saudi woman makes coffee as she works at a coffee shop in Tabuk, 1500 km (932 miles) from Riyadh November 30, 2013. Saudi Arabia's crackdown on foreign workers has thrown millions of lives into turmoil and caused rioting in big cities, but the economy should benefit in the long run as Saudi nationals fill the gaps and cut their dependence on the state. REUTERS/Mohamed Alhwaity (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
SYRIA-CRISIS
RTX1343Q
September 01, 2013
A Free Syrian Army fighter makes coffee in the old city of Aleppo, September 1, 2013. REUTERS/Molhem...
Aleppo, Syria
A Free Syrian Army fighter makes coffee in the old city of Aleppo
A Free Syrian Army fighter makes coffee in the old city of Aleppo, September 1, 2013. REUTERS/Molhem Barakat (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3CC0F
January 11, 2013
A paper cup is seen in Starbucks' Vigo Street branch in Mayfair, central London January 11, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan...
London, United Kingdom
A paper cup is seen in Starbucks' Vigo Street branch in Mayfair, central London
A paper cup is seen in Starbucks' Vigo Street branch in Mayfair, central London January 11, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO FOOD)
BRITAIN/
RTR3CBUW
January 11, 2013
A barista prepares a drink at Starbucks' Vigo Street branch in Mayfair, central London January 11, 2013....
London, United Kingdom
A barista prepares a drink at Starbucks' Vigo Street branch in Mayfair, central London
A barista prepares a drink at Starbucks' Vigo Street branch in Mayfair, central London January 11, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
ITALY-COFFEE/
RTR39BSL
October 19, 2012
Old Moka machines are displayed in a cafe in downtown Rome October 19, 2012. As Europe's debt crisis...
Rome, Italy
Old Moka machines are displayed in a cafe in downtown Rome
Old Moka machines are displayed in a cafe in downtown Rome October 19, 2012. As Europe's debt crisis drags on, more and more cash-strapped Italians are giving the coffee bar a miss and taking their morning caffeine hit in the kitchen. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-ECONOMY
RTR378X1
August 29, 2012
A cup is filled with coffee inside a Costa Coffee shop in Mumbai August 28, 2012. India's economic growth...
Mumbai, India
A cup is filled with coffee inside a Costa Coffee shop in Mumbai
A cup is filled with coffee inside a Costa Coffee shop in Mumbai August 28, 2012. India's economic growth may have slowed to a near-decade low, but you wouldn't know it from the pace at which Britain's Costa Coffee and many other consumer-focused companies are expanding. Picture taken August 28, 2012. To match Analysis INDIA-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
VIETNAM-COFFEE/EXPORT
RTR2ZZV1
March 28, 2012
Coffee pours from a machine during the opening ceremony of Trung Nguyen coffee factory in Vietnam's northern...
BAC GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Coffee pours from a machine during the opening ceremony of Trung Nguyen coffee factory in Vietnam's northern...
Coffee pours from a machine during the opening ceremony of Trung Nguyen coffee factory in Vietnam's northern Bac Giang province, north of Hanoi March 28, 2012. The $30 million factory became the fifth Trung Nguyen's factory and the first in northern Vietnam which is aimed at China and Northeast Asia markets. The company's data estimates that everyday, 5 million people in the world drink Trung Nguyen's coffee, Trung Nguyen's General Director Dang Le Nguyen Vu told Reuters. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD BEVERAGE COMODITIES)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRCB
January 24, 2012
A worker prepares coffee at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
A worker prepares coffee at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle lasses have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 20, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2TV6H
November 11, 2011
Coffee runs out of a coffee brewer into a cup, at the Viennese coffee house (Wiener Kaffeehaus) Hawelka...
Vienna, Austria
Coffee runs out of a coffee brewer into a cup, at the Viennese coffee house (Wiener Kaffeehaus) Hawelka...
Coffee runs out of a coffee brewer into a cup, at the Viennese coffee house (Wiener Kaffeehaus) Hawelka in Vienna November 10, 2011. UNESCO appointed the Viennese coffee house culture as an immaterial world heritage on Thursday. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
SALVADOR/COFFEE
RTR2IUI0
February 20, 2011
A competitor prepares coffee during the 4th El Salvador National Barista Championship at a mall in San...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A competitor prepares coffee during the El Salvador National Barista Championship at a mall in San Salvador...
A competitor prepares coffee during the 4th El Salvador National Barista Championship at a mall in San Salvador February 19, 2011. The winner will represent El Salvador in the 2011 World Barista Championship, which will be held in June in Bogota, Colombia. REUTERS/Oscar Rivera (EL SALVADOR - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
SALVADOR/COFFEE
RTR2IUHT
February 20, 2011
A competitor prepares coffee during the 4th El Salvador National Barista Championship at a mall in San...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A competitor prepares coffee during the El Salvador National Barista Championship at a mall in San Salvador...
A competitor prepares coffee during the 4th El Salvador National Barista Championship at a mall in San Salvador February 19, 2011. The winner will represent El Salvador in the 2011 World Barista Championship, which will be held in June in Bogota, Colombia. REUTERS/Oscar Rivera (EL SALVADOR - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
COFFEE-IRAN/SOCIAL
RTR2IOK7
February 16, 2011
A worker prepares coffee for a customer at a branch of the Raees Coffee chain in central Tehran February...
Tehran, Iran
To match Reuters-Life! COFFEE-IRAN/SOCIAL
A worker prepares coffee for a customer at a branch of the Raees Coffee chain in central Tehran February 5, 2011. In a country where there are no bars, as alcohol is banned, Tehran's Raees Coffee chain has proved popular since its first cafe opened in December 2001, offering both a modern environment, complete with wireless Internet access, and - a first in Iran - takeaway coffee. Many other coffee shops have sprung up in Iran's major cities where, until recently, tea was the beverage of choice. Iran's customs statistics indicate that Iran's coffee imports have increased sharply. Five years ago the trade was worth less than $600,000. In the first nine months of the current Iranian year (which began in March) imports were more than $3 million. Picture taken February 5, 2011. To match Reuters-Life! COFFEE-IRAN/SOCIAL REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
COFFEE-BRAZIL/
RTXXM2L
February 08, 2011
A waitress pours coffee beans into a grinder before she prepares an expresso at a coffee bar in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Waitress pours coffee grains into grinder before she prepares an expresso at a coffee bar in Sao Paulo...
A waitress pours coffee beans into a grinder before she prepares an expresso at a coffee bar in Sao Paulo February 8, 2011. The per capita consumption of roasted coffee in Brazil reached the historic level of 4.81 kg in 2010, exceeding the 1965 record, according to Brazil's coffee industry association (Abic). The per capita consumption of 4.81 kg is equivalent to almost 81 liters of coffee per person per year. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXU6OX
November 04, 2010
A barman prepares an espresso at the Silver lake location of Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in the Silver...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A barman prepares an espresso at the Silver lake location of Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in the Silver...
A barman prepares an espresso at the Silver lake location of Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles October 19, 2010. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni(UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
EMIRATES-CHOCOLATE/CAMEL
RTR26755
July 29, 2009
A coffee machine dispenses various frothy camel milk based "Camelicious" drinks in the staff canteen...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A coffee machine dispenses various frothy camel milk based "Camelicious" drinks in the staff canteen...
A coffee machine dispenses various frothy camel milk based "Camelicious" drinks in the staff canteen at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm store in Dubai, July 29, 2009. Dubai's Al Nassma, the world's first brand of chocolate made with camels' milk, intends to expand into Arab markets Japan and the US. REUTERS/Steve Crisp (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES SOCIETY FOOD)
COLOMBIA-COFFEE/
RTX8356
July 24, 2008
A sample of coffee is milled at the start of a coffee tasting competition in the small town of Monserrate...
MONSERRATE, Colombia
Sample of coffee is milled at start of coffee tasting competition in Monserrate
A sample of coffee is milled at the start of a coffee tasting competition in the small town of Monserrate July 18, 2008. Monserrate, with about 2,000 inhabitants, is located 1,700 meters high, amid the mountains of the department of Huila, from where they can see one of the few mountains that survives in this Andean country, considered the third largest producer in the world coffee. It is part of a programme of 22 projects in Colombia financed by the National Federation of Coffee Growers and the U.S. government to encourage the replacement of illicit crops for specialty coffee in an area of 11,863 hectares. Picture taken July 18, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
PEETSCOFFEE/
RTX3QRJ
November 20, 2007
A worker prepares coffee for a blind taste test at Peet's Coffee headquarters in Emeryville, California...
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES
A worker prepares coffee for a blind taste test at Peet's Coffee headquarters in Emeryville
A worker prepares coffee for a blind taste test at Peet's Coffee headquarters in Emeryville, 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)
JORDAN/
RTR1UTBB
October 11, 2007
People buy traditional Arabic coffee at a shop ahead of Eid al-Fitr in the downtown market area in Amman,...
Amman, Jordan
People buy traditional Arabic coffee at a shop ahead of Eid al-Fitr in the downtown market area in Amman...
People buy traditional Arabic coffee at a shop ahead of Eid al-Fitr in the downtown market area in Amman, October 11, 2007. The Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN)
AUSTRALIA-COFFEE/
RTR1TSEP
September 13, 2007
A barista makes a cup of coffee at a coffee stand in central Sydney September 13, 2007. Australian coffee...
Sydney, Australia
A barista makes a cup of coffee at a coffee stand in central Sydney
A barista makes a cup of coffee at a coffee stand in central Sydney September 13, 2007. Australian coffee consumption has boomed to 2.4 kilograms a head, or 1.26 billion cups a year, from just 300 grams in 1939. That's not far behind the United States at around 3 kilograms, but still some way to catch up top consumer Scandinavia, where some countries get through around 10 kg a head. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-COFFEE/
RTR1TSEN
September 13, 2007
Coffee pours into cups from a machine at a coffee stand in central Sydney September 13, 2007. Australian...
Sydney, Australia
Coffee pours into cups from a machine at a coffee stand in central Sydney
Coffee pours into cups from a machine at a coffee stand in central Sydney September 13, 2007. Australian coffee consumption has boomed to 2.4 kilograms a head, or 1.26 billion cups a year, from just 300 grams in 1939. That's not far behind the United States at around 3 kilograms, but still some way to catch up top consumer Scandinavia, where some countries get through around 10 kg a head.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
ETHIOPIA/
RTR1NE23
March 12, 2007
Coffee is prepared for customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia,...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Coffee is prepared for customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele
Coffee is prepared for customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia, Africa's biggest coffee producer and the birthplace of coffee, accuses Starbucks of blocking its efforts to trademark its Sidamo and Harar beans. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
TAIWAN COFFEE ODD
RTR1G1TB
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)
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