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VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RNA5
March 01, 2015
Venezuelan coffee beans from private farms are seen at a roaster in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan coffee beans from private farms are seen at a roaster in Caracas
Venezuelan coffee beans from private farms are seen at a roaster in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RN9S
March 01, 2015
A cup of coffee is served at a coffee shop in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter...
Caracas, Venezuela
A cup of coffee is served at a coffee shop in Caracas
A cup of coffee is served at a coffee shop in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RN9P
March 01, 2015
A cup of coffee is served at a coffee shop in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter...
Caracas, Venezuela
A cup of coffee is served at a coffee shop in Caracas
A cup of coffee is served at a coffee shop in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RN9C
March 01, 2015
Venezuelan coffee beans are seen in a roaster in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan coffee beans are seen in a roaster in Caracas
Venezuelan coffee beans are seen in a roaster in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RN99
March 01, 2015
A Venezuelan coffee beans bag is seen at a roaster in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Venezuelan coffee beans bag is seen at a roaster in Caracas
A Venezuelan coffee beans bag is seen at a roaster in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RN96
March 01, 2015
Coffee beans are seen at state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud...
Caracas, Venezuela
Coffee beans are seen at state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas
Coffee beans are seen at state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RN95
March 01, 2015
A bag of coffee 'Fama de America' is seen at state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas February 26, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
A bag of coffee 'Fama de America' is seen at state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas
A bag of coffee 'Fama de America' is seen at state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
VENEZUELA-NICARAGUA/COFFEE
RTR4RN90
March 01, 2015
A woman serves coffee at a state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman serves coffee at a state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas
A woman serves coffee at a state-run Cafe Venezuela in Caracas February 26, 2015. Venezuela, once a proud exporter of premium coffee, has been reduced to swapping crude oil for growing volumes of Nicaraguan coffee beans to make sure worsening economic turmoil does not prevent people from getting their caffeine fix. For the first time on record, coffee imports this year will exceed the bean output of Venezuela's centuries-old coffee industry, according to U.S. government estimates. The South American country's shift from net coffee exporter to substantial importer has altered flows in regional markets, boosting prices for some varieties of coffee. Picture taken February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
ECUADOR-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4185K
August 04, 2014
An Ecuadorean Indian woman gathers guayusa leaves in the rainforest in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves...
Tena, Ecuador
An Ecuadorean Indian woman gathers guayusa leaves in the rainforest in Tena
An Ecuadorean Indian woman gathers guayusa leaves in the rainforest in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves of the guayusa (Ilex guayusa), a tree native to the Ecuadorean rainforest, are rich in natural caffeine and polyphenol antioxidants and have a history of use as tea among native tribes in Ecuador. Picture taken July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Samuel Leon (ECUADOR - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD)
ECUADOR-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4185J
August 04, 2014
A worker moves dried guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves...
Tena, Ecuador
A worker moves dried guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena
A worker moves dried guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves of the guayusa (Ilex guayusa), a tree native to the Ecuadorean rainforest, are rich in natural caffeine and polyphenol antioxidants and have a history of use as tea among native tribes in Ecuador. Picture taken July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Samuel Leon (ECUADOR - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD)
ECUADOR-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4185I
August 04, 2014
A buyer (L) negotiates with a worker as they weigh guayusa tea leaves at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July...
Tena, Ecuador
A buyer negotiates with a worker as they weigh guayusa tea leaves at a guayusa tea farm in Tena
A buyer (L) negotiates with a worker as they weigh guayusa tea leaves at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves of the guayusa (Ilex guayusa), a tree native to the Ecuadorean rainforest, are rich in natural caffeine and polyphenol antioxidants and have a history of use as tea among native tribes in Ecuador. Picture taken July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Samuel Leon (ECUADOR - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD)
ECUADOR-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4185G
August 04, 2014
Workers spread guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves of the...
Tena, Ecuador
Workers spread guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena
Workers spread guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves of the guayusa (Ilex guayusa), a tree native to the Ecuadorean rainforest, are rich in natural caffeine and polyphenol antioxidants and have a history of use as tea among native tribes in Ecuador. Picture taken July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Samuel Leon (ECUADOR - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD)
ECUADOR-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4185E
August 04, 2014
A worker gathers dried guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves...
Tena, Ecuador
A worker gathers dried guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena
A worker gathers dried guayusa leaves in a tray at a guayusa tea farm in Tena July 31, 2014. The leaves of the guayusa (Ilex guayusa), a tree native to the Ecuadorean rainforest, are rich in natural caffeine and polyphenol antioxidants and have a history of use as tea among native tribes in Ecuador. Picture taken July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Samuel Leon (ECUADOR - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7R4
December 04, 2012
A dancer wears an outfit decorated with guarana seeds during the annual Guarana Festival in the town...
MAUES, Brazil
A dancer wears an outfit decorated with guarana seeds in Maues
A dancer wears an outfit decorated with guarana seeds during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, November 30, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken November 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7QZ
December 04, 2012
A dancer wears an outfit decorated with guarana seeds during the annual Guarana Festival in the town...
MAUES, Brazil
A dancer wears an outfit decorated with guarana seeds in Maues
A dancer wears an outfit decorated with guarana seeds during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, November 30, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken November 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7OR
December 04, 2012
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 1, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7OQ
December 04, 2012
A worker shows roasted guarana seeds at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
A worker shows roasted guarana seeds at a farm in Maues
A worker shows roasted guarana seeds at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, November 30, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken November 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7OJ
December 04, 2012
The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of...
MAUES, Brazil
The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues
The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, November 30, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken November 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7OF
December 04, 2012
The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of...
MAUES, Brazil
The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues
The sun sets along the Maues Acu River, on the edge of the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, November 30, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken November 30, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7OA
December 04, 2012
Customers wait in line to purchase guarana drinks during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues,...
MAUES, Brazil
Customers wait in line to purchase guarana drinks during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues...
Customers wait in line to purchase guarana drinks during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 2, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 2, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7O2
December 04, 2012
A vendor pours a guarana shake during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues, 160 miles (256...
MAUES, Brazil
A vendor pours a guarana shake during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues
A vendor pours a guarana shake during the annual Guarana Festival in the town of Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 2, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 2, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7NZ
December 04, 2012
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 1, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7NV
December 04, 2012
Guarana fruit hangs from a vine at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
Guarana fruit hangs from a vine at a farm in Maues
Guarana fruit hangs from a vine at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 1, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7NT
December 04, 2012
Workers harvest guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
Workers harvest guarana fruit at a farm in Maues
Workers harvest guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 1, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7NO
December 04, 2012
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues
A worker harvests guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 1, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7NM
December 04, 2012
Workers harvest guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
Workers harvest guarana seeds at a farm in Maues
Workers harvest guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 1, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7NC
December 04, 2012
A worker poses with newly-harvested guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus,...
MAUES, Brazil
A worker poses with newly-harvested guarana fruit at a farm in Maues
A worker poses with newly-harvested guarana fruit at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 2, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 2, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7N7
December 04, 2012
A boy plays with the fruit of the guarana plant at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus,...
MAUES, Brazil
A boy plays with the fruit of the guarana plant at a farm in Maues
A boy plays with the fruit of the guarana plant at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 2, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and which is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 2, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTR3B7N5
December 04, 2012
A worker roasts guarana seeds at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian...
MAUES, Brazil
A worker roasts guarana seeds at a farm in Maues
A worker roasts guarana seeds at a farm in Maues, 160 miles (256 km) east of Manaus, in the Brazilian Amazon, December 1, 2012. The town of Maues is nicknamed the "Land of Guarana" and is the host to the annual Guarana Festival, with the woody vine being the main source of income for the region. The guarana plant is the source of the seed with which Brazil's famous guarana soft drink is made, and is incorporated into food products as an effective stimulant due to its high concentration of caffeine, twice that of coffee. In the language of the Guarani Indians, guarana means "fruit like the eyes of the people." Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
ITALY-COFFEE/
RTR39BSW
October 19, 2012
An old Moka machine is displayed in a cafe in downtown Rome October 19, 2012. As Europe's debt crisis...
Rome, Italy
An old Moka machine is displayed in a cafe in downtown Rome
An old Moka machine is 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)
ITALY-COFFEE/
RTR39BSP
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)
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)
ITALY-COFFEE/
RTR39BSK
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)
TRAVEL-AUSTIN/
RTR38JZH
September 28, 2012
Customer's enjoy a morning caffeine infusion at Jo's Coffee on South Congress in Austin, Texas September...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Customer's enjoy a morning caffeine infusion at Jo's Coffee on South Congress in Austin, Texas
Customer's enjoy a morning caffeine infusion at Jo's Coffee on South Congress in Austin, Texas September 24, 2012. In Austin, flip-flop-wearing University of Texas students mingle with coat-tie-and-boot-clad state lawmakers and technology workers in jeans. The Lone Star State capital prides itself on its slacker vibe, but it's also the place where a college student named Michael Dell once started a computer business and where Whole Foods Market started and has its headquarters. Picture taken September 24, 2012. REUTERS/Julia Robinson (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TRAVEL)
USA/
RTR2I32W
September 09, 2010
Guest Greg Dybisz walks backwards on a treadmill during a cardio interval class at the Biggest Loser...
IVINS, UNITED STATES
Guest Greg Dybisz walks backwards on a treadmill during a cardio interval class at the Biggest Loser...
Guest Greg Dybisz walks backwards on a treadmill during a cardio interval class at the Biggest Loser Resort in Ivins, Utah September 7, 2010. Guests at the resort affiliated with the popular reality television show, some staying for months, workout in an aerobics room, a gym and a swimming pool for 6 to 7 hours each day and are restricted to a daily 1,200 calorie alcohol and caffeine-free diet. Picture taken September 7, 2010. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH ENTERTAINMENT)
COCACOLAENTERPRISES/
RTXRY5H
December 17, 2009
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado December 17, 2009. Coca-Cola...
Golden, UNITED STATES
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado December 17, 2009. Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc raised its profit outlook for 2009 and said earnings should rise in a high single-digit percentage rate in 2010 as it works on drawing consumers to its drinks. Pictured clockwise from bottom: Coca-Cola Zero, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coca-Cola Caffeine Free. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
COCACOLAENTERPRISES/
RTXRY5E
December 17, 2009
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado December 17, 2009. Coca-Cola...
Golden, UNITED STATES
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado December 17, 2009. Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc raised its profit outlook for 2009 and said earnings should rise in a high single-digit percentage rate in 2010 as it works on drawing consumers to its drinks. Pictured clockwise from bottom: Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero and Coca-Cola Caffeine Free. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
COCACOLAENTERPRISES/
RTXRY5D
December 17, 2009
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado December 17, 2009. Coca-Cola...
Golden, UNITED STATES
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden
Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado December 17, 2009. Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc raised its profit outlook for 2009 and said earnings should rise in a high single-digit percentage rate in 2010 as it works on drawing consumers to its drinks. Pictured clockwise from bottom: Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero and Coca-Cola Caffeine Free. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
ITALY-DRUGS/
RTR1QAWH
May 31, 2007
A rainbow appears over the Vittorio Emmanuele monument in central Rome in this October 7, 2005 file photo....
Rome, Italy
File photo of a rainbow appearing over the Vittorio Emmanuele monument in central Rome
A rainbow appears over the Vittorio Emmanuele monument in central Rome in this October 7, 2005 file photo. Scientists have discovered particles of cocaine and marijuana, as well as caffeine and tobacco, in the air of Italy's capital, they said on May 31, 2007. The concentration of drugs was heaviest in the air around Rome's Sapienza university, though the National Research Council's Dr. Angelo Cecinato warned against drawing conclusions about students' recreational habits. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/Files (ITALY)
PHILIPPINES-CALLCENTRES/
RTR1P6RT
April 30, 2007
Call centre workers gather in a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April 23, 2007....
Manila, Philippines
Call centre workers gather in a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City
Call centre workers gather in a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April 23, 2007. A booming outsourcing industry is generating thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in revenues but many of its young employees are turning to caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol to deal with unsociable hours and demanding, sometimes abusive callers.
Picture taken April 23, 2007. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-CALLCENTRES/
RTR1P6RR
April 30, 2007
Call centre workers have drinks at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April...
Manila, Philippines
Call centre workers have drinks at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila.
Call centre workers have drinks at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April 23, 2007. A booming outsourcing industry is generating thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in revenues but many of its young employees are turning to caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol to deal with unsociable hours and demanding, sometimes abusive callers.
Picture taken April 23, 2007. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPINNES-CALLCENTRES/
RTR1P6RP
April 30, 2007
Call centre workers have early drinks at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila...
Manila, Philippines
Call centre workers have early drinks at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila
Call centre workers have early drinks at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April 17, 2007. A booming outsourcing industry is generating thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in revenues but many of its young employees are turning to caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol to deal with unsociable hours and demanding, sometimes abusive callers.
Picture taken April 17, 2007. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-CALLCENTRES/
RTR1P6RO
April 30, 2007
A call centre worker has a drink at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April...
Manila, Philippines
A call centre worker has a drink at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City
A call centre worker has a drink at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April 23, 2007. A booming outsourcing industry is generating thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in revenues but many of its young employees are turning to caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol to deal with unsociable hours and demanding, sometimes abusive callers.
Picture taken April 23, 2007. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-CALLSCENTRES/
RTR1P6RN
April 30, 2007
A call centre worker has a drink at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April...
Manila, Philippines
A call centre worker has a drink at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City
A call centre worker has a drink at a bar after an overnight shift in Makati City, Metro Manila April 23, 2007. A booming outsourcing industry is generating thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in revenues but many of its young employees are turning to caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol to deal with unsociable hours and demanding, sometimes abusive callers.
Picture taken April 23, 2007.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
TAIWAN COFFEE ODD
RTR1G2GK
August 03, 2006
A Taipei barista pumps coffee at a coffee shop in Taipei August 3, 2006, days after an unusual government...
Taipei, Taiwan
A Taipei barista pumps coffee at a 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)
TAIWAN COFFEE ODD
RTR1G20B
August 03, 2006
A customer at Starbucks Coffee in Taipei receives her cup from a barista, August 3, 2006. Coffee shop...
Taipei, Taiwan
Customer at Starbucks Coffee in Taipei receives her cup from barista
A customer at Starbucks Coffee in Taipei receives her cup from a barista, August 3, 2006. Coffee shop chains in Taiwan added caffeine-content advisories to their drink menus this week after health authorities warned about having one cup too many. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN COFFEE ODD
RTR1G1ZD
August 03, 2006
A barista shows a cup of coffee and a list card of Starbucks which shows the caffeine content of their...
Taipei, Taiwan
Barista shows cup of coffee and list card of Starbucks which shows caffeine content of their beverages...
A barista shows a cup of coffee and a list card of Starbucks which shows the caffeine content of their beverages August 3, 2006. Coffee shop chains in Taiwan added caffeine-content advisories to their drink menus this week after health authorities warned about having one cup too many. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
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)
REFERENDUM PLUS
RTXN6GP
January 27, 2005
An undated handout photo shows the high-energy drink, "Referendum Plus", that will be distributed at...
Madrid, Spain
An undated handout photo shows the high-energy drink, "Referendum Plus", that will be distributed at.....
An undated handout photo shows the high-energy drink, "Referendum Plus", that will be distributed at universities, cinemas, and other venues to Spaniards ahead of a February poll on the European Constitution. The Spanish Youth Council, which is behind the campaign, says that more than 200,000 cans, which have as much caffeine as two cups of coffee, will be used to mobilise over 10 million people under 34 years old who have the right to vote. The black, orange and silver cans of Referendum Plus boast that it offers energy to decide your future, and campaign poster claim it could change your life.
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DNL
RTR9EE3
August 25, 2004
Italian espresso guru Dr. Ernesto Illy drinks a quick cup after showing how to make an espresso properly....
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Italian espresso guru Dr. Ernesto Illy drinks a quick cup after showing how to make an espresso ...
Italian espresso guru Dr. Ernesto Illy drinks a quick cup after showing how to make an espresso properly. Italian espresso guru Dr. Ernesto Illy drinks a quick cup after showing how to make an espresso properly in this photo taken August 25, 2004 in Guatemala City. Illy, who gave a talk on the health benefits of moderate caffeine intake while in Guatemala, is scathing of the practice of adding more cheap, high-caffeine Robusta beans to blends. TO GO WITH STORY GUATEMALA ILLY. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
SPORT DOPING CAFFINE
RTRUXMG
August 06, 2004
Australia's George Gregan passes the ball during a training session at Sydney's Stadium Australia in...
Sydney, Australia
File photo of Australia's George Gregan passing the ball during a training session in Sydney.
Australia's George Gregan passes the ball during a training session at Sydney's Stadium Australia in this August 6, 2004 file photo. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is to consider putting caffeine tablets back on the list of banned substances after several athletes, including national rugby captain Gregan admitted taking them. Photo taken on August 6, 2004. REUTERS/David Gray/File TBW/VP
ROOIBOS
RTXM59O
August 12, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 08AUG03- A tea lover displays a handful of rooibos, the country's unique herbal beverage,...
Cape Town, South Africa
-PHOTO TAKEN 08AUG03- A tea lover displays a handful of rooibos, the country's unique herbal bevera.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 08AUG03- A tea lover displays a handful of rooibos, the country's unique herbal beverage, August 8, 2003. Health-conscious herbal "tea" lovers are lapping up the caffeine-free leaf, both in its pure form and as a blend in other infusions. Although exports are growing steadily, a trademark row and drought that could drastically increase prices hang over the crop this year, and could affect the plant's worldwide popularity.The serene hills of the Cederberg north of Cape Town, home to the thin, delicate plants, rich in anti-oxidants, are facing the worst drought in recent years.
SAFRICA HERBAL
RTR1JVC
August 08, 2003
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY FOOD-SAFRICA-HERBAL - A tea lover displays a handful of rooibos, the country's...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY FOOD-SAFRICA-HERBAL.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY FOOD-SAFRICA-HERBAL - A tea lover displays a handful of rooibos, the country's unique herbal beverage, August 8, 2003. Health-conscious herbal "tea" lovers are lapping up the caffeine-free leaf, both in its pure form and as a blend in other infusions. Although exports are growing steadily, a trademark row and drought that could drastically increase prices hang over the crop this year, and could affect the plant's worldwide popularity.The serene hills of the Cederberg north of Cape Town, home to the thin, delicate plants, rich in anti-oxidants, are facing the worst drought in recent years. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE CPROD REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH
THAILAND-KRATING DAENG
RTRL1G2
July 24, 2001
A Thai man drinks a bottle of Krating Daeng, an original Thai version
of popular drink Red Bull, in...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
THAI REFRESHMENT KRATING DAENG CONSUMED IN BANGKOK.
A Thai man drinks a bottle of Krating Daeng, an original Thai version
of popular drink Red Bull, in a store in Bangkok on July 24, 2001. The
caffeinated refreshment, marketed as an energy drink, was banned last
week in Malaysia after the death of three people in Sweden. The drink
originated in Thailand three decades ago, is sold in more than 50
countries worldwide, including Europe, the United States and Australia.
The Thai food and drug agency says it has not taken any action to
review the drink formula after the ban in Malaysia.

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THAILAND-KRATING DAENG
RTRL1FS
July 24, 2001
A Thai shopkeeper stocks bottles of Krating Daeng, an original Thai
version of the popular drink Red...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
THAI SHOPKEEPER STOCKS BOTTLES OF KRATING DAENG IN BANGKOK.
A Thai shopkeeper stocks bottles of Krating Daeng, an original Thai
version of the popular drink Red Bull, in a store in Bangkok on July
24, 2001. The caffeinated refreshment, marketed as an energy drink, was
banned last week in Malaysia after the death of three people in Sweden
recently. The drink originated in Thailand three decades ago, is sold
in more than 50 countries worldwide, including Europe, the United
States and Australia. Thai food and drug agency says it has not taken
any action to review the drink formula after the ban in Malaysia.

SS/RCS
FOOD JAPAN COFFEE
RTRAFYU
November 07, 2000
Office clerk Hisayo Minowa drinks from a can of coffee in front of a vending machine on a street in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
OFFICE CLERK HISAYO MINOWA DRINKS CANNED COFFEE FROM VENDING MACHINE IN TOKYO.
Office clerk Hisayo Minowa drinks from a can of coffee in front of a vending machine on a street in Tokyo November 7, 2000. Japanese coffee makers are coming up with new recipes they hope will make the country's ubiquitous vending machines as popular as cafes for a high-quality caffeine hit.

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CZECH REPUBLIC
RTXG5IY
March 28, 1995
Ludmila Dolezalova, worker at the Czech beverage company Pinelli sro checks a quality of Semtex- a new...
SVOBODNA VES, Czech Republic
Ludmila Dolezalova, worker at the Czech beverage company Pinelli sro checks a quality of Semtex- a n.....
Ludmila Dolezalova, worker at the Czech beverage company Pinelli sro checks a quality of Semtex- a new Czech drink, not the explosive-. Producers have begun marketing a high-caffeine energy drink under the same name as the worldwide known malleable explosive
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