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GLOBAL-BREAKFAST/
RTX6BKHR
July 16, 2018
A breakfast plate with ham and egg is pictured in Berlin, Germany, July 16, 2018. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch...
Berlin, Germany
A breakfast plate with ham and egg is pictured in Berlin
A breakfast plate with ham and egg is pictured in Berlin, Germany, July 16, 2018. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GLOBAL-BREAKFAST/
RTX6BKHO
July 16, 2018
A breakfast plate with ham and egg is pictured in Berlin, Germany, July 16, 2018. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch...
Berlin, Germany
A breakfast plate with ham and egg is pictured in Berlin
A breakfast plate with ham and egg is pictured in Berlin, Germany, July 16, 2018. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
BRITAIN-EU/FOOD-WINE
RTSUU2W
December 06, 2016
A member of staff prepares cured meat in a Brindisa shop, a Spanish fine food business, at Borough Market...
London, United Kingdom
A member of staff prepares cured meat in a Brindisa shop, a Spanish fine food business, at Borough Market...
A member of staff prepares cured meat in a Brindisa shop, a Spanish fine food business, at Borough Market in London, Britain, November 22, 2016. Picture taken November 22, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
ITALY-EATALY/
RTX2EVFZ
May 30, 2016
A staff member prepares cured meat dishes at the Eataly motorway restaurant on a highway in Modena, central...
Modena, Italy
A staff member prepares cured meat dishes at the Eataly motorway restaurant on a highway in Modena
A staff member prepares cured meat dishes at the Eataly motorway restaurant on a highway in Modena, central Italy, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
ITALY-EATALY/
RTX2EVF5
May 30, 2016
Oscar Farinetti, founder and creator of Eataly, holds plates of mozzarella cheese and cured meat at the...
Modena, Italy
Oscar Farinetti, founder and creator of Eataly, holds plates of mozzarella cheese and cured meat at the...
Oscar Farinetti, founder and creator of Eataly, holds plates of mozzarella cheese and cured meat at the Eataly motorway restaurant on a highway in Modena, central Italy, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
USA-SCIENCE/IGNOBELPRIZES
RTR46TTN
September 19, 2014
Majordomo Gary Dryfoos demonstrates the Medicine Prize winners' study for "treating uncontrollable nosebleeds,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Majordomo Dryfoos demonstrates the Medicine Prize winners' study for "treating uncontrollable nosebleeds,...
Majordomo Gary Dryfoos demonstrates the Medicine Prize winners' study for "treating uncontrollable nosebleeds, using the method of nasal-packing-with-strips-of-cured-pork" at the 24th First Annual Ig Nobel Prizes awards ceremony at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts September 18, 2014. The annual prizes, meant to entertain and encourage global research and innovation, are awarded by the Annals of Improbable Research as a whimsical counterpoint to the Nobel Prizes which will be announced next month. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
RTX147JR
October 11, 2013
Lynn Backens, 54, prepares breakfast in her roadside cafe, The Glider, along the A419 near Frampton Mansell,...
Frampton Mansell, United Kingdom
Lynn Backens prepares breakfast in her roadside cafe, The Glider, along the A419 near Frampton Mansell,...
Lynn Backens, 54, prepares breakfast in her roadside cafe, The Glider, along the A419 near Frampton Mansell, south west England September 5, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN/
RTX1408M
September 26, 2013
Scrambled eggs and bacon on toast is seen at a roadside cafe along the A59 near Sawley, northern England...
Sawley, United Kingdom
Scrambled eggs and bacon on toast is seen at a roadside cafe along the A59 near Sawley
Scrambled eggs and bacon on toast is seen at a roadside cafe along the A59 near Sawley, northern England August 21, 2013. Snack vans can be found in lay-bys along main roads across Britain, offering motorists and other passers-by a cheap, independent alternative to conventional service stations. They can take the form of trailers, little vans, caravans or even converted buses, which tempt customers with hearty food including traditional "Full English" breakfasts, burgers and cups of tea. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TRANSPORT TRAVEL)

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USA-CHINA/SMITHFIELD
RTX108FX
June 01, 2013
A bacon bumper sticker is seen on a truck in Smithfield, Virginia May 30, 2013. Earlier this week, Smithfield...
SMITHFIELD, UNITED STATES
A bacon bumper sticker is seen on a truck in Smithfield, Virginia
A bacon bumper sticker is seen on a truck in Smithfield, Virginia May 30, 2013. Earlier this week, Smithfield Foods received a $4.7 billion buyout offer from a Chinese food company. News that an agreement had been reached and was awaiting U.S. government approval sent a shiver through the community, where it is the largest employer with a payroll of nearly 4,000 people. Worldwide, Smithfield employs 46,000. Picture taken May 30, 2013. REUTERS/Rich-Joseph Facun (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
TRAVEL-SEATTLE
RTR2ZFOV
January 30, 2012
A customer makes a purchase at the Scandinavian Specialties store in Seattle, Washington, March 13, 2012....
Seattle, UNITED STATES
For 48 hours in Seattle
A customer makes a purchase at the Scandinavian Specialties store in Seattle, Washington, March 13, 2012. Items such as house-made cured meats, homemade Swedish meatballs and a bowl of traditional yellow split pea soup are available at the shop. For 48 hours in Seattle. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-SEATTLE
RTR2ZFOH
January 30, 2012
Scandinavian Specialties store is pictured in Seattle's Scandinavian neighborhood in Seattle, Washington...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
For 48 hours in Seattle
Scandinavian Specialties store is pictured in Seattle's Scandinavian neighborhood in Seattle, Washington March 13, 2012. Items such as house-made cured meats, homemade Swedish meatballs and a bowl of traditional yellow split pea soup are available at the shop. For 48 hours in Seattle. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SPAIN/
RTR2UVMV
December 05, 2011
Sausages and "Sobrasada" (pig meat chopped and mixed with spices) are hung to be cured during an annual...
ALARO, Spain
Sausages and "Sobrasada" are hung to be cured during an annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro...
Sausages and "Sobrasada" (pig meat chopped and mixed with spices) are hung to be cured during an annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro, on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca December 5, 2011. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR2UVMU
December 05, 2011
Sausages and "Sobrasada" (pig meat chopped and mixed with spices) are hung to be cured during an annual...
ALARO, Spain
Sausages and "Sobrasada" are hung to be cured during an annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro...
Sausages and "Sobrasada" (pig meat chopped and mixed with spices) are hung to be cured during an annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro, on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca December 5, 2011. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR2UVMS
December 05, 2011
Members of a family stir pig meat with different spices during their annual slaughter day near the village...
ALARO, Spain
Members of a family stir pig meat with spices during their annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro...
Members of a family stir pig meat with different spices during their annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro, on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca December 5, 2011. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR2UVMR
December 05, 2011
A slaughter man shows his hands during an annual pig slaughter day near the village of Alaro, on the...
ALARO, Spain
A slaughter man shows his hands during an annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro
A slaughter man shows his hands during an annual pig slaughter day near the village of Alaro, on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca December 5, 2011. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR2UVMO
December 05, 2011
Members of a family collect the blood of a pig into a bucket during an annual slaughter day near the...
ALARO, Spain
Members of a family collect the blood of a pig during an annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro...
Members of a family collect the blood of a pig into a bucket during an annual slaughter day near the village of Alaro, on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca December 5, 2011. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1I3
May 29, 2011
Dog skulls are seen at a slaughter shop in Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city...
Bantul, Indonesia
Dog skulls are seen at a slaughter shop in Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
Dog skulls are seen at a slaughter shop in Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1I1
May 29, 2011
Dog bones are seen near a chopping board at a slaughter shop in Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near...
Bantul, Indonesia
Dog bones are seen near a chopping board at a slaughter shop in Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
Dog bones are seen near a chopping board at a slaughter shop in Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1HZ
May 29, 2011
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near...
Bantul, Indonesia
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1HY
May 29, 2011
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near...
Bantul, Indonesia
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1HE
May 29, 2011
The shadow of a worker using a stick to club a dog before slaughter is seen, at Bambanglipuro village...
Bantul, Indonesia
The shadow of a worker using a stick to club a dog before slaughter is seen, at Bambanglipuro village...
The shadow of a worker using a stick to club a dog before slaughter is seen, at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1H6
May 29, 2011
Workers cut up dog carcasses during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the...
Bantul, Indonesia
Workers cut up dog carcasses during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
Workers cut up dog carcasses during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1H1
May 29, 2011
A worker holds onto a pet dog at a dog slaughter shop at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian...
Bantul, Indonesia
A worker holds onto a pet dog at a dog slaughter shop at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
A worker holds onto a pet dog at a dog slaughter shop at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1GQ
May 29, 2011
A worker's bloodied feet is seen at a dog slaughter shop at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the...
Bantul, Indonesia
A worker's bloodied feet is seen at a dog slaughter shop at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
A worker's bloodied feet is seen at a dog slaughter shop at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1GN
May 29, 2011
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near...
Bantul, Indonesia
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
A worker cuts up a dog carcass during the slaughter process at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1GJ
May 29, 2011
Dogs are bound in sacks before their slaughter at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian...
Bantul, Indonesia
Dogs are bound in sacks before their slaughter at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul
Dogs are bound in sacks before their slaughter at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR2N1GB
May 29, 2011
The shadow of a worker using a stick to club a dog before slaughter is seen, at Bambanglipuro village...
Bantul, Indonesia
The shadow of a worker using a stick to club a dog before slaughter is seen, at Bambanglipuro village...
The shadow of a worker using a stick to club a dog before slaughter is seen, at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29, 2011. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90). REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS FOOD IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HUNGARY/
RTR2LGUK
April 21, 2011
A vendor shows a prosciutto ham to a prospective buyer in Budapest April 21, 2011. Easter preparations...
Budapest, Hungary
A vendor shows a prosciutto ham to a prospective buyer in Budapest
A vendor shows a prosciutto ham to a prospective buyer in Budapest April 21, 2011. Easter preparations are underway, with Hungarians stocking up on meat for the feast that ends the month-long fasting. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPMB
April 02, 2011
A customer eats a cobra meat burger at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A customer eats a cobra meat burger at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta
A customer eats a cobra meat burger at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers said they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPMA
April 02, 2011
Workers prepare cobra meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Workers prepare cobra meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta
Workers prepare cobra meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers said they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPM0
April 02, 2011
A worker holds cobra meat after the snakes have been stripped of their skins, at a Chinese restaurant...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A worker holds cobra meat after the snakes have been stripped of their skins, at a Chinese restaurant...
A worker holds cobra meat after the snakes have been stripped of their skins, at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers said they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPLZ
April 02, 2011
A chef prepares a cobra meat burger at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A chef prepares a cobra meat burger at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta
A chef prepares a cobra meat burger at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers said they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPLX
April 02, 2011
Workers hold cobra meat after they have been stripped of their skins, at a Chinese restaurant in the...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Workers hold cobra meat after they have been stripped of their skins, at a Chinese restaurant in the...
Workers hold cobra meat after they have been stripped of their skins, at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers said they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPLV
April 02, 2011
A snake catcher kills cobras for their meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A snake catcher kills cobras for their meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta...
A snake catcher kills cobras for their meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers said they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPLT
April 02, 2011
A worker holds a Cobra before killing it for its meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A worker holds a Cobra before killing it for its meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of...
A worker holds a Cobra before killing it for its meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers said they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2KPLS
April 02, 2011
A worker kills a cobra for its meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A worker holds a Cobra before killing it for its meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of...
A worker kills a cobra for its meat at a Chinese restaurant in the ancient city of Yogyakarta April 1, 2011. Snake hunters catch about 1,000 cobras from Yogyakarta, Central Java and East Java provinces each week to harvest their meat for burgers, priced at 10,000 rupiah ($1.15) each, as well as satay and other dishes. Some customers say they believe cobra meat can cure skin diseases and asthma, and increase sexual virility. Picture taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN/
RTR2C2HP
March 25, 2010
A visitor takes a picture of ham displayed at the Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona March 24, 2010....
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor takes a picture of ham displayed at the Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona
A visitor takes a picture of ham displayed at the Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona March 24, 2010. Food and drink manufacturers and distributors from around the world are exhibiting their products at Alimentaria until March 26. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTR29985
January 21, 2010
A vendor holds a fish at her stall selling cured fish at a market in Shanghai January 21, 2010. An acceleration...
Shanghai, China
A vendor holds a fish at her stall selling cured fish at a market in Shanghai
A vendor holds a fish at her stall selling cured fish at a market in Shanghai January 21, 2010. An acceleration in consumer inflation to 1.9 percent in the 12 months to December from November's 0.6 percent reading is likely to reinforce worries about possible economic overheating on the back of renewed surge in bank lending, potentially prompting stronger tightening measures by authorities. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTR2993V
January 21, 2010
A vendor waits for customers at her stall selling cured meat and eggs at a market in Nanjing, Jiangsu...
Nanjing, China
A vendor waits for customers at her stall selling cured meat and eggs at a market in Nanjing
A vendor waits for customers at her stall selling cured meat and eggs at a market in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, January 21, 2010. An acceleration in consumer inflation to 1.9 percent in the 12 months to December from November's 0.6 percent reading is likely to reinforce worries about possible economic overheating on the back of renewed surge in bank lending, potentially prompting stronger tightening measures by authorities. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
FOOD-ITALY/HAM
RTXPLK5
October 13, 2009
Lines of Parma hams are hung to dry in a special room in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto...
Milan, Italy
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM
Lines of Parma hams are hung to dry in a special room in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto di Parma can only be produced in a very restricted area of 29 sq km (11.2 sq mile) around the town of Parma in the region of Emilia Romagna, just north of Tuscany. Around 10 million hams are sold every year, of which about 2 million are exported, mainly to France, the United States and Germany, which each consume about 400,000 a year. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-ITALY/HAM
RTXPLJQ
October 13, 2009
A worker covers a Parma ham with lard in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto di Parma...
Milan, Italy
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM
A worker covers a Parma ham with lard in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto di Parma can only be produced in a very restricted area of 29 sq km (11.2 sq mile) around the town of Parma in the region of Emilia Romagna, just north of Tuscany. Around 10 million hams are sold every year, of which about 2 million are exported, mainly to France, the United States and Germany, which each consume about 400,000 a year. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-ITALY/HAM
RTXPLJJ
October 13, 2009
Owner Massimo Borghini checks and tests the quality of a Parma ham in his factory in Langhirano near...
Milan, Italy
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM
Owner Massimo Borghini checks and tests the quality of a Parma ham in his factory in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto di Parma can only be produced in a very restricted area of 29 sq km (11.2 sq mile) around the town of Parma in the region of Emilia Romagna, just north of Tuscany. Around 10 million hams are sold every year, of which about 2 million are exported, mainly to France, the United States and Germany, which each consume about 400,000 a year. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-ITALY/HAM
RTXPLJC
October 13, 2009
Owner Massimo Borghini holds a Parma ham in his factory in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto...
Milan, Italy
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM
Owner Massimo Borghini holds a Parma ham in his factory in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto di Parma can only be produced in a very restricted area of 29 sq km (11.2 sq mile) around the town of Parma in the region of Emilia Romagna, just north of Tuscany. Around 10 million hams are sold every year, of which about 2 million are exported, mainly to France, the United States and Germany, which each consume about 400,000 a year. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY FOOD SOCIETY)
FOOD-ITALY/HAM
RTXPLJ4
October 13, 2009
Owner Massimo Borghini checks and tests the quality of the Parma hams in his factory in Langhirano near...
Milan, Italy
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM
Owner Massimo Borghini checks and tests the quality of the Parma hams in his factory in Langhirano near Parma, October 13, 2009. Prosciutto di Parma can only be produced in a very restricted area of 29 sq km (11.2 sq mile) around the town of Parma in the region of Emilia Romagna, just north of Tuscany. Around 10 million hams are sold every year, of which about 2 million are exported, mainly to France, the United States and Germany, which each consume about 400,000 a year. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-ITALY/HAM REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY FOOD SOCIETY)
SINGAPORE/
RTR23DXC
January 15, 2009
Preserved ducks are displayed at a Chinese New Year market in Singapore's Chinatown January 14, 2009....
Singapore, Singapore
Preserved ducks are displayed at a Chinese New Year market in Singapore's Chinatown
Preserved ducks are displayed at a Chinese New Year market in Singapore's Chinatown January 14, 2009. Chinese people all over the world will usher in the Lunar New Year of the ox on January 26. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
PORTUGAL/
RTX5S76
May 16, 2008
Worker shows a finished leg of ham at the drying room in Barrancos on the southern Portuguese province...
Barrancos, Portugal
Worker shows a finished ham at the drying room in Barrancos
Worker shows a finished leg of ham at the drying room in Barrancos on the southern Portuguese province of Alentejo April 23, 2008. The descendents of Mediterranean wild boars, these full-blooded Alentejo pigs pasture between the cork trees and holm oaks of the Alentejo plains. Ham made from these wild boars, which are produced after going through a special drying process that takes over 30 months, have a value of over 50 euros a kilo. Picture taken April 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTR1YZVI
April 01, 2008
A butcher cuts a piece of ham at a market shop in Buenos Aires, April 1, 2008. Argentine farmers angry...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A butcher cuts a piece of ham at a market shop in Buenos Aires
A butcher cuts a piece of ham at a market shop in Buenos Aires, April 1, 2008. Argentine farmers angry over a tax hike on grains exports manned roadblocks on Monday as the government tried to end a 20-day strike that has emptied meat counters, halted shipments abroad and provoked a political crisis. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
SPAIN/
RTR1Y930
March 13, 2008
Ham is displayed at Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona March 13, 2008. Food and drink manufacturers...
Barcelona, Spain
Ham is displayed at Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona
Ham is displayed at Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona March 13, 2008. Food and drink manufacturers and distributors from around the world are showing their products at Alimentaria until March 14. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1Y928
March 13, 2008
A visitor walks past ham displayed at Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona March 13, 2008. Food and drink...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor walks past ham displayed at Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona
A visitor walks past ham displayed at Alimentaria trade show in Barcelona March 13, 2008. Food and drink manufacturers and distributors from around the world are showing their products at Alimentaria until March 14. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
JAPAN-OKINAWA/FOOD
RTR1Y6A7
March 12, 2008
Cans of "Spam" luncheon meat are displayed at a market in Naha on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa...
Naha, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-OKINAWA/FOOD
Cans of "Spam" luncheon meat are displayed at a market in Naha on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa March 5, 2008. Spam, "taco rice" and A&W Root Beer - if you're looking to sample authentic Okinawan cuisine, these are musts for the menu. The southern Japanese island may be best known abroad for a healthy diet heavy on tofu and bitter-tasting vegetables called "goya", but Okinawans are just as likely to tuck into fast food burgers and other dishes first made familiar by American troops. Picture taken March 5, 2008. To match feature JAPAN-OKINAWA/FOOD REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS
RTR1XAC4
February 19, 2008
Owner of a sausage and cured meats company Xavier Espunya poses for a picture in Olot, in Girona province,...
OLOT, Spain
To match feature SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS
Owner of a sausage and cured meats company Xavier Espunya poses for a picture in Olot, in Girona province, February 6, 2008. Espunya, an undecided voter who rules out voting for the PP, is one of many Catalans who feel Spain's central government is largely to blame for a lack of investment in the area's trains, roads and Barcelona airport. To match feature SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN)
SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS
RTR1XAC2
February 19, 2008
Owner of a sausage and cured meats company Xavier Espunya speaks during an interview in Olot, in Girona...
OLOT, Spain
To match feature SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS
Owner of a sausage and cured meats company Xavier Espunya speaks during an interview in Olot, in Girona province, February 6, 2008. Espunya, an undecided voter who rules out voting for the PP, is one of many Catalans who feel Spain's central government is largely to blame for a lack of investment in the area's trains, roads and Barcelona airport. To match feature SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN)
SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS
RTR1XABY
February 19, 2008
Owner of a sausage and cured meats company Xavier Espunya speaks during an interview in Olot, in Girona...
OLOT, Spain
To match feature SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS
Owner of a sausage and cured meats company Xavier Espunya speaks during an interview in Olot, in Girona province, February 6, 2008. Espunya, an undecided voter who rules out voting for the PP, is one of many Catalans who feel Spain's central government is largely to blame for a lack of investment in the area's trains, roads and Barcelona airport. To match feature SPAIN-ELECTION/REGIONS REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN)
BRITAIN-BIRDFLU/
RTR1M7Q3
February 10, 2007
Packages of Bernard Matthews turkey ham are seen in a London supermarket February 10, 2007. The Food...
London, United Kingdom
Packages of Bernard Matthews turkey ham are seen in a London supermarket
Packages of Bernard Matthews turkey ham are seen in a London supermarket February 10, 2007. The Food Standards Agency said on Friday it was investigating whether meat contaminated with bird flu had reached shops, but said there was no threat to consumers. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
SPAIN/HAM
RTR1KD99
December 13, 2006
Iberian ham legs hang in a cellar as part of their slow aging period at the Beher Iberian ham factory...
GUIJUELO, Spain
Iberian ham legs hang in a cellar at a factory in northern Spain
Iberian ham legs hang in a cellar as part of their slow aging period at the Beher Iberian ham factory in Guijuelo, in the northern Spanish region of Salamanca, December 12, 2006. Iberian ham comes from free roaming hogs which live off of the acorns provided by the cork-oak trees during the last three to four months of their lives. Iberian hogs, which are descendants of the wild boar, have long legs, pointy snouts, and dark skin and hoofs (giving them the Spanish name "Pata Negra"). Picture taken on December 12, 2006. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
SPAIN
RTXMCYL
December 22, 2003
Pere Cabot, a slaughterman for the Conti-Pellera family, holds down a pig during their annual slaughter...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Pere Cabot, a slaughterman for the Conti-Pellera family, holds down a pig during their annual slaugh.....
Pere Cabot, a slaughterman for the Conti-Pellera family, holds down a pig during their annual slaughter day on the Meditterranean Island of Mallorca on December 22, 2003. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities.
SPAIN
RTXMCYK
December 22, 2003
A woman of the Conti-Pellera family sorts different parts of pig meat during their annual slaughter on...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
A woman of the Conti-Pellera family sorts different parts of pig meat during their annual slaughter .....
A woman of the Conti-Pellera family sorts different parts of pig meat during their annual slaughter on the Meditterranean Island of Mallorca on December 22, 2003. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities.
SPAIN
RTXMCYH
December 22, 2003
A member of the Conti-Pellera family hangs up a freshly made pig meat spiced sausage during their annual...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
A member of the Conti-Pellera family hangs up a freshly made pig meat spiced sausage during their an.....
A member of the Conti-Pellera family hangs up a freshly made pig meat spiced sausage during their annual day of slaughter on the Meditterranean Island of Mallorca on December 22, 2003. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities.
SPAIN
RTXMCYG
December 22, 2003
Members of the Conti-Pellera family stir pig meat with different spices during their annual slaughter...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Members of the Conti-Pellera family stir pig meat with different spices during their annual slaughte.....
Members of the Conti-Pellera family stir pig meat with different spices during their annual slaughter day on the Meditterranean Island of Mallorca on December 22, 2003. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities.
SPAIN
RTXMCYF
December 22, 2003
A woman of the Conti-Pellera family, shows her hands after stirring the pig's blood to prevent coagulation...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
A woman of the Conti-Pellera family, shows her hands after stirring the pig's blood to prevent coagu.....
A woman of the Conti-Pellera family, shows her hands after stirring the pig's blood to prevent coagulation during the annual pig slaughter day on the Meditterranean Island of Mallorca on December 22, 2003. Families throughout Spain traditionally carry out proper slaughtering and quartering before a process of salting, drying and curing, resulting in several stable meat products with exceptional sensory and nutritional qualities.
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