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GREECE-WORKS/
RTR3593F
July 24, 2012
A worker puts sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of...
AGRINIO, Greece
A worker puts sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of...
A worker puts sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280 km (174 miles) southwest of Athens February 28, 2012. Gaea - the name means earth - was founded in 1995 by Aris Kefalogiannis, the 52-year-old CEO of a London-based ship repairs company. The firm packages and exports Greek foods such as olives, olive oil and spreads. Turnover has increased by nearly 29 percent a year on average since it opened. Picture taken February 28, 2012. To match Special Report GREECE-WORKS/ REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE-WORKS/
RTR35938
July 24, 2012
An exterior of the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280 km (174 miles) southwest...
AGRINIO, Greece
An exterior of the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio
An exterior of the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280 km (174 miles) southwest of Athens February 28, 2012. Gaea - the name means earth - was founded in 1995 by Aris Kefalogiannis, the 52-year-old CEO of a London-based ship repairs company. The firm packages and exports Greek foods such as olives, olive oil and spreads. Turnover has increased by nearly 29 percent a year on average since it opened. Picture taken February 28, 2012. To match Special Report GREECE-WORKS/ REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE-WORKS/
RTR35936
July 24, 2012
A photo illustration shows a selection of Gaea food company products on display in the central Greek...
AGRINIO, Greece
A photo illustration shows a selection of Gaea food company products on display in the central Greek...
A photo illustration shows a selection of Gaea food company products on display in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280 km (174 miles) southwest of Athens February 28, 2012. Gaea - the name means earth - was founded in 1995 by Aris Kefalogiannis, the 52-year-old CEO of a London-based ship repairs company. The firm packages and exports Greek foods such as olives, olive oil and spreads. Turnover has increased by nearly 29 percent a year on average since it opened. Picture taken February 28, 2012. To match Special Report GREECE-WORKS/ REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE-WORKS/
RTR35934
July 24, 2012
A worker pours olive oil into jars of sun-dried tomatoes at the Gaea food company in the central Greek...
AGRINIO, Greece
A worker pours olive oil into jars of sun-dried tomatoes at the Gaea food company in the central Greek...
A worker pours olive oil into jars of sun-dried tomatoes at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280 km (174 miles) southwest of Athens February 28, 2012. Gaea - the name means earth - was founded in 1995 by Aris Kefalogiannis, the 52-year-old CEO of a London-based ship repairs company. The firm packages and exports Greek foods such as olives, olive oil and spreads. Turnover has increased by nearly 29 percent a year on average since it opened. Picture taken February 28, 2012. To match Special Report GREECE-WORKS/ REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE-WORKS/
RTR35933
July 24, 2012
Workers put sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio,...
AGRINIO, Greece
Workers put sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio...
Workers put sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280 km (174 miles) southwest of Athens February 28, 2012. Gaea - the name means earth - was founded in 1995 by Aris Kefalogiannis, the 52-year-old CEO of a London-based ship repairs company. The firm packages and exports Greek foods such as olives, olive oil and spreads. Turnover has increased by nearly 29 percent a year on average since it opened. Picture taken February 28, 2012. To match Special Report GREECE-WORKS/ REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE-WORKS/
RTR35931
July 24, 2012
A worker pours olive oil into jars of sun-dried tomatoes at the Gaea food company in the central Greek...
AGRINIO, Greece
A worker pours olive oil into jars of sun-dried tomatoes at the Gaea food company in the central Greek...
A worker pours olive oil into jars of sun-dried tomatoes at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280 km (174 miles) southwest of Athens February 28, 2012. Gaea - the name means earth - was founded in 1995 by Aris Kefalogiannis, the 52-year-old CEO of a London-based ship repairs company. The firm packages and exports Greek foods such as olives, olive oil and spreads. Turnover has increased by nearly 29 percent a year on average since it opened. Picture taken February 28, 2012. To match Special Report GREECE-WORKS/ REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE-WORKS/
RTR3592X
July 24, 2012
Workers put sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio,...
AGRINIO, Greece
Workers put sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio...
Workers put sun-dried tomatoes in glass jars at the Gaea food company in the central Greek town of Agrinio, some 280km (174 miles) southwest of Athens February 28, 2012. Gaea - the name means earth - was founded in 1995 by Aris Kefalogiannis, the 52-year-old CEO of a London-based ship repairs company. The firm packages and exports Greek foods such as olives, olive oil and spreads. Turnover has increased by nearly 29 percent a year on average since it opened. Picture taken February 28, 2012. To match Special Report GREECE-WORKS/ REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE-OLIVE OIL/
RTXS35U
December 22, 2009
Workers pack bottles of olive oil at the Gaea extra virgin olive oil factory near the town of Agrinio...
AGRINIO, Greece
Workers pack bottles of olive oil at the Gaea extra virgin olive oil factory near the town of Agrinio...
Workers pack bottles of olive oil at the Gaea extra virgin olive oil factory near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens, November 28, 2009. A gourmet olive oil producer in Greece is trying to do its part in reducing CO2, becoming the first to be certified internationally as a carbon neutral olive oil producer, and the first company in general in Greece. The Greek company Gaea is the first extra virgin olive oil producer to receive carbon neutral certification status internationally by a high ranking climate watchdog, - and the first carbon neutral company in general in Greece - in an effort to make its mark on the environment. Picture taken November 28, 2009. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE)
GREECE-OLIVE OIL/
RTXS35S
December 22, 2009
A female worker packs bottles of olive oil at the Gaea extra virgin olive oil factory near the town of...
AGRINIO, Greece
A female worker packs bottles of olive oil at the Gaea extra virgin olive oil factory near the town of...
A female worker packs bottles of olive oil at the Gaea extra virgin olive oil factory near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens, November 28, 2009. A gourmet olive oil producer in Greece is trying to do its part in reducing CO2, becoming the first to be certified internationally as a carbon neutral olive oil producer, and the first company in general in Greece. The Greek company Gaea is the first extra virgin olive oil producer to receive carbon neutral certification status internationally by a high ranking climate watchdog, - and the first carbon neutral company in general in Greece - in an effort to make its mark on the environment. Picture taken November 28, 2009. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE)
GREECE-OLIVE OIL/
RTXS35K
December 22, 2009
Workers gather olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens,...
AGRINIO, Greece
Workers gather olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio
Workers gather olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens, November 28, 2009. A gourmet olive oil producer in Greece is trying to do its part in reducing CO2, becoming the first to be certified internationally as a carbon neutral olive oil producer, and the first company in general in Greece. The Greek company 'Gaea' is the first extra virgin olive oil producer to receive carbon neutral certification status internationally by a high ranking climate watchdog, - and the first carbon neutral company in general in Greece - in an effort to make its mark on the environment. Picture taken November 28, 2009. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE)
GREECE-OLIVE OIL/
RTXS35J
December 22, 2009
A worker gathers olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens,...
AGRINIO, Greece
A worker gathers olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio
A worker gathers olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens, November 28, 2009. A gourmet olive oil producer in Greece is trying to do its part in reducing CO2, becoming the first to be certified internationally as a carbon neutral olive oil producer, and the first company in general in Greece. The Greek company 'Gaea' is the first extra virgin olive oil producer to receive carbon neutral certification status internationally by a high ranking climate watchdog, - and the first carbon neutral company in general in Greece - in an effort to make its mark on the environment. Picture taken November 28, 2009. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE)
GREECE-OLIVE OIL/
RTXS35I
December 22, 2009
A worker gathers olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens,...
AGRINIO, Greece
A worker gathers olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio
A worker gathers olives from an olive field near the town of Agrinio about 350 km northwest of Athens, November 28, 2009. A gourmet olive oil producer in Greece is trying to do its part in reducing CO2, becoming the first to be certified internationally as a carbon neutral olive oil producer, and the first company in general in Greece. The Greek company 'Gaea' is the first extra virgin olive oil producer to receive carbon neutral certification status internationally by a high ranking climate watchdog, - and the first carbon neutral company in general in Greece - in an effort to make its mark on the environment. Picture taken November 28, 2009. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE)
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