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HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NEIR
June 07, 2011
Bean sprouts are displayed at a soya farm in Brussels June 7, 2011. The outbreak of E.coli in northern...
Brussels, Belgium
Bean sprouts are displayed at a soya farm in Brussels
Bean sprouts are displayed at a soya farm in Brussels June 7, 2011. The outbreak of E.coli in northern Germany has crippled exports as uncertainty about the cause of the killer bug, most recently attributed to eating organic bean sprouts, added to the difficulties faced by farmers, distributors and retailers. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NEHM
June 07, 2011
Mao Pei-Lin, owner of Fang's Food, shows bean sprouts during a visit to his soya farm in Brussels June...
Brussels, Belgium
Mao, owner of Fang's Food, shows bean sprouts during a visit to his soya farm in Brussels
Mao Pei-Lin, owner of Fang's Food, shows bean sprouts during a visit to his soya farm in Brussels June 7, 2011. European Union farm ministers will try on Tuesday to agree financial aid for fruit and vegetable producers whose sales have been hit by an E.coli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe. EU fresh produce association Freshfel Europe said the latest estimates put the weekly economic damage at about 80 million euros in the Netherlands, 20 million Germany, 4 million in Belgium and 3 million in Portugal, not to mention the 200 million in Spain. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH FOOD BUSINESS)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NEHJ
June 07, 2011
Bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid fermentation at some stage of the maturation,...
Brussels, Belgium
Bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid fermentation at some stage of the maturation,...
Bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid fermentation at some stage of the maturation, are display at a soya farm in Brussels June 7, 2011. European Union farm ministers will try on Tuesday to agree financial aid for fruit and vegetable producers whose sales have been hit by an E.coli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe. EU fresh produce association Freshfel Europe said the latest estimates put the weekly economic damage at about 80 million euros in the Netherlands, 20 million Germany, 4 million in Belgium and 3 million in Portugal, not to mention the 200 million in Spain. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH FOOD BUSINESS)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NEH7
June 07, 2011
Mao Pei-Lin (L), owner of Fang's Food shows bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid...
Brussels, Belgium
Mao, shows bean sprouts, to Francois Arnould, inspector at the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety...
Mao Pei-Lin (L), owner of Fang's Food shows bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid fermentation, to Francois Arnould (R), inspector at the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain, during a visit to his soya farm in Brussels June 7, 2011. European Union farm ministers will try on Tuesday to agree financial aid for fruit and vegetable producers whose sales have been hit by an E.coli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe. EU fresh produce association Freshfel Europe said the latest estimates put the weekly economic damage at about 80 million euros in the Netherlands, 20 million Germany, 4 million in Belgium and 3 million in Portugal, not to mention the 200 million in Spain. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH FOOD BUSINESS)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NEFW
June 07, 2011
Mao Pei-Lin (R), owner of Fang's Food shows bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid...
Brussels, Belgium
Mao shows bean sprouts, to Arnould, inspector at the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food...
Mao Pei-Lin (R), owner of Fang's Food shows bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid fermentation at some stage of the maturation, to Francois Arnould (L), inspector at the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain, during a visit to his soya farm in Brussels June 7, 2011. European Union farm ministers will try on Tuesday to agree financial aid for fruit and vegetable producers whose sales have been hit by an E.coli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe. EU fresh produce association Freshfel Europe said the latest estimates put the weekly economic damage at about 80 million euros in the Netherlands, 20 million Germany, 4 million in Belgium and 3 million in Portugal, not to mention the 200 million in Spain. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH FOOD BUSINESS)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NEFT
June 07, 2011
Mao Pei-Lin (L), owner of Fang's Food shows bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid...
Brussels, Belgium
Mao shows bean sprouts to Arnould, inspector at the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food...
Mao Pei-Lin (L), owner of Fang's Food shows bean sprouts, kept in darkness or under green light to avoid fermentation at some stage of the maturation, to Francois Arnould (R), inspector at the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain, during a visit to his soya farm in Brussels June 7, 2011. European Union farm ministers will try on Tuesday to agree financial aid for fruit and vegetable producers whose sales have been hit by an E.coli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe. EU fresh produce association Freshfel Europe said the latest estimates put the weekly economic damage at about 80 million euros in the Netherlands, 20 million Germany, 4 million in Belgium and 3 million in Portugal, not to mention the 200 million in Spain. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH FOOD)
WIKILEAKS
RTXX7CN
January 28, 2011
Scott Millwood of GreenLeaks.com poses for a picture in front of a quote of German philosopher Karl Marx...
Berlin, Germany
To match Exclusive WIKILEAKS/
Scott Millwood of GreenLeaks.com poses for a picture in front of a quote of German philosopher Karl Marx in the lobby of Humboldt University in Berlin January 26, 2011. All across Europe, from Brussels to the Balkans, a new generation of WikiLeaks-style websites is sprouting. The quote reads: "The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways. The point however is to change it." Picture taken January 26, 2011. To match Exclusive WIKILEAKS/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
WIKILEAKS
RTXX7CH
January 28, 2011
Scott Millwood of GreenLeaks.com poses for a picture in front of a quote of German philosopher Karl Marx...
Berlin, Germany
To match Exclusive WIKILEAKS/
Scott Millwood of GreenLeaks.com poses for a picture in front of a quote of German philosopher Karl Marx in the lobby of Humboldt University in Berlin January 26, 2011. All across Europe, from Brussels to the Balkans, a new generation of WikiLeaks-style websites is sprouting. The quote reads: "The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways. The point however is to change it." Picture taken January 26, 2011. To match Exclusive WIKILEAKS/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
WIKILEAKS
RTXX7CE
January 28, 2011
Scott Millwood of GreenLeaks.com poses for a picture in front of a quote of German philosopher Karl Marx...
Berlin, Germany
To match Exclusive WIKILEAKS/
Scott Millwood of GreenLeaks.com poses for a picture in front of a quote of German philosopher Karl Marx in the lobby of Humboldt University in Berlin January 26, 2011. All across Europe, from Brussels to the Balkans, a new generation of WikiLeaks-style websites is sprouting. The quote reads: "The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways. The point however is to change it." Picture taken January 26, 2011. To match Exclusive WIKILEAKS/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
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