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ZANZIBAR
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November 07, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Za..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. [Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island,] nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. 
ZANZIBAR
RTXNYJ5 
November 07, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run s..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03NOV05- Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. [Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island,] nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. 
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXTG 
November 04, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island vill..... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like [cardamon, cinnamon, chillies], ginger, [lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla] are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". 
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXTF 
November 04, 2005 
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi..... 
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like [cardamon], cinnamon, [chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla] are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". 
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXLR 
November 03, 2005 
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November... 
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR 
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November..... 
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". 
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXLQ 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's... 
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar..... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". 
ZANZIBAR
RTXNXLP 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island... 
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's isla..... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005 
Lemongrass body lotion are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Lemongrass body lotion are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village... 
Lemongrass body lotion are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEWW 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso holds various spices for sale at the small shop run by his family at their... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso holds various spices for sale at the shop run by his family in Zanzibar's island... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso holds various spices for sale at the small shop run by his family at their farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEWO 
November 03, 2005 
Various spices are for sale at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Various spices are for sale at a small family run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi... 
Various spices are for sale at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEWC 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso (front) walks around his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005 
Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Various spices are for sale at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi... 
Various spices are for sale (cloves in the foreground) at a small family-run shop at a farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1AEAK 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spices scents walking in his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spice scents walking in his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells various spices scents walking in his family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005 
Black pepper is seen at a family run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005.... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Black pepper is seen at family-run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi 
Black pepper is seen at a family run spice farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
RTR1ACOW 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells a piece of a ginger root in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso smells a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation started in the early 18th century when, along with cloves, spices were brought to Zanzibar by the Arabs. Zanzibar's agricultural is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed 'Spice Island'. High season, and therefore the best time to visit the farms, is said to be June and July. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA
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November 03, 2005 
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar 
A cinnamon tree is seen after being chopped at a family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA
RTR1A7FD 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso cuts a piece of a ginger root at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA
RTR1A1T4 
November 03, 2005 
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi 
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA
RTR1A1SS 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA
RTR1A1SH 
November 03, 2005 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island... 
Kidichi, Tanzania 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island... 
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
GUATEMALA CARDAMOM
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July 30, 2003 
A young Maya girl leaves a Cardamom plantation outside Coban, Guatemla July 30, 2003. Guatemala is world's... 
Tegucigalpa, Guatemala 
A YOUNG MAYA GIRL LEAVES A CARDAMOM PLANTATION OUTSIDE COBAN, GUATEMALA. 
A young Maya girl leaves a Cardamom plantation outside Coban, Guatemla July 30, 2003. Guatemala is world's leading export of the spice, used mostly in Arabic coffee. Producers of Cardamom in Guatemala have been struggling against a drop in prices due an overproduction in recent years. (PHOTO TAKEN JULY 30-TO GO WITH BC GUATEMALA CARDAMOM) . REUTERS/Daniel LeClair DNL 
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