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FRANCE-BUSINESS/
RTX21W2Z
January 11, 2016
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron (C) speaks with workers as he visits Te-Createurs, a delicatessen...
Paris, France
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron speaks with workers as he visits Te-Createurs in Montreuil, near...
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron (C) speaks with workers as he visits Te-Createurs, a delicatessen company in Montreuil, near Paris, France, January 11, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-BUSINESS/
RTX21W2C
January 11, 2016
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron (C) shakes hands with workers as he visits Te-Createurs, a delicatessen...
Paris, France
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron shakes hands with workers as he visits Te-Createurs in Montreuil,...
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron (C) shakes hands with workers as he visits Te-Createurs, a delicatessen company in Montreuil, near Paris, France, January 11, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
BRITAIN-EU/POLES
RTX1YXQ2
December 16, 2015
Meat is displayed at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. With one eye...
London, United Kingdom
Meat is displayed at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain
Meat is displayed at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. With one eye on opinion polls, Britain's Prime Minister Cameron says he wants to reduce an "unsustainable rate of migration" but Vine believes Poles help drive economic growth and denies they are a burden on the British taxpayer. More than 3 million EU migrants live in Britain, according to the independent Migration Observatory, with more from Poland than any other country in the bloc - approaching a third. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-EU/POLES
RTX1YXPZ
December 16, 2015
A woman works at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. With one eye on...
London, United Kingdom
A woman works at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain
A woman works at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. With one eye on opinion polls, Britain's Prime Minister Cameron says he wants to reduce an "unsustainable rate of migration" but Vine believes Poles help drive economic growth and denies they are a burden on the British taxpayer. More than 3 million EU migrants live in Britain, according to the independent Migration Observatory, with more from Poland than any other country in the bloc - approaching a third. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-EU/POLES
RTX1YXPY
December 16, 2015
A worker reaches for sausage at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015....
London, United Kingdom
A worker reaches for sausage at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain
A worker reaches for sausage at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. With one eye on opinion polls, Britain's Prime Minister Cameron says he wants to reduce an "unsustainable rate of migration" but Vine believes Poles help drive economic growth and denies they are a burden on the British taxpayer. More than 3 million EU migrants live in Britain, according to the independent Migration Observatory, with more from Poland than any other country in the bloc - approaching a third. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-EU/POLES
RTX1YXPU
December 16, 2015
Polish language magazines are displayed at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December...
London, United Kingdom
Polish language magazines are displayed at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain
Polish language magazines are displayed at a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. With one eye on opinion polls, Britain's Prime Minister Cameron says he wants to reduce an "unsustainable rate of migration" but Vine believes Poles help drive economic growth and denies they are a burden on the British taxpayer. More than 3 million EU migrants live in Britain, according to the independent Migration Observatory, with more from Poland than any other country in the bloc - approaching a third. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-EU/POLES
RTX1YXPT
December 16, 2015
A woman pushes a pram past a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. Ella...
London, United Kingdom
A woman pushes a pram past a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain
A woman pushes a pram past a Polish delicatessen in Grays in southern Britain December 11, 2015. Ella Vine no longer speaks her native Polish at bus stops and train stations in Britain because there have been times she has been told to "shut up," or worse, by fellow passengers. The 30-year-old, who has lived in England since 2007, says she feels a campaign by Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron to curb benefits for immigrants from other European Union member states has increased hostility to Poles in Britain.REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-GROCERS/
RTX1X01E
December 03, 2015
A worker picks up meat at a delicatessen counter at a Sainsbury's store in London, Britain December...
London, United Kingdom
A worker picks up meat at a delicatessen counter at a Sainsbury's store in London, Britain
A worker picks up meat at a delicatessen counter at a Sainsbury's store in London, Britain December 3, 2015. Britons will spend 20.3 billion pounds ($31 billion) on groceries over the festive period, a 1.4 percent increase on last year, industry research group IGD forecast on Wednesday. The group said its research found 19 percent of shoppers plan to spend more on food and drink over the Christmas period, defined as Nov. 20 to Dec. 26, than the previous Christmas, a trend which could be positive for the likes of market leaders Tesco and Sainsbury. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-GROCERS/
RTX1X01C
December 03, 2015
A worker picks up meat at a delicatessen counter at a Sainsbury's store in London, Britain December...
London, United Kingdom
A worker picks up meat at a delicatessen counter at a Sainsbury's store in London, Britain
A worker picks up meat at a delicatessen counter at a Sainsbury's store in London, Britain December 3, 2015. Britons will spend 20.3 billion pounds ($31 billion) on groceries over the festive period, a 1.4 percent increase on last year, industry research group IGD forecast on Wednesday. The group said its research found 19 percent of shoppers plan to spend more on food and drink over the Christmas period, defined as Nov. 20 to Dec. 26, than the previous Christmas, a trend which could be positive for the likes of market leaders Tesco and Sainsbury. REUTERS/Neil Hall
SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS
RTX1V99C
November 22, 2015
People walk past the El Corte Ingles department store in central Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From...
Madrid, Spain
People walk past the El Corte Ingles department store in Madrid, Spain
People walk past the El Corte Ingles department store in central Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From department stores to delicatessens, Spanish retailers are anticipating their best Christmas in years as shoppers gear up for a spending spree that should help extend an economic recovery and boost a struggling jobs market. To match story SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS
RTX1V999
November 22, 2015
Christmas decoration is seen in a central shopping street in Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From department...
Madrid, Spain
Christmas decoration is seen in a central shopping street in Madrid, Spain
Christmas decoration is seen in a central shopping street in Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From department stores to delicatessens, Spanish retailers are anticipating their best Christmas in years as shoppers gear up for a spending spree that should help extend an economic recovery and boost a struggling jobs market. To match story SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS To match story SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS
RTX1V994
November 22, 2015
Workers set up a christmas themed installation on the facade of El Corte Ingles department store in central...
Madrid, Spain
Workers set up a christmas themed installation on the facade of El Corte Ingles department store in Madrid,...
Workers set up a christmas themed installation on the facade of El Corte Ingles department store in central Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From department stores to delicatessens, Spanish retailers are anticipating their best Christmas in years as shoppers gear up for a spending spree that should help extend an economic recovery and boost a struggling jobs market. To match story SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS
RTX1V98Y
November 22, 2015
A Christmas decoration is seen in a central shopping street in Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From...
Madrid, Spain
A Christmas decoration is seen in a central shopping street in Madrid, Spain,
A Christmas decoration is seen in a central shopping street in Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From department stores to delicatessens, Spanish retailers are anticipating their best Christmas in years as shoppers gear up for a spending spree that should help extend an economic recovery and boost a struggling jobs market. To match story SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS
RTX1V98W
November 22, 2015
Workers set up a christmas themed installation on the facade of El Corte Ingles department store in central...
Madrid, Spain
Workers set up a christmas themed installation on the facade of El Corte Ingles department store in Madrid,...
Workers set up a christmas themed installation on the facade of El Corte Ingles department store in central Madrid, Spain, November 13, 2015. From department stores to delicatessens, Spanish retailers are anticipating their best Christmas in years as shoppers gear up for a spending spree that should help extend an economic recovery and boost a struggling jobs market. To match story SPAIN-ECONOMY/CHRISTMAS Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTS4I8H
October 14, 2015
A woman looks at cooked food at a delicatessen at a shopping district in Kamakura, south of Tokyo, Japan,...
Kamakura, Japan
A woman looks at cooked food at a delicatessen at a shopping district in Kamakura
A woman looks at cooked food at a delicatessen at a shopping district in Kamakura, south of Tokyo, Japan, October 14, 2015. Japanese manufacturers' confidence worsened for the second straight month and is expected to fade going forward, a Reuters poll showed, adding to lingering fears of a recession and keeping policymakers under pressure to deploy fresh stimulus. Picture taken October 14, 2015. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN
RTX1OUUD
August 19, 2015
A salesman arranges milk products imported from Australia at a supermarket inside IAPM mall in Shanghai,...
Shanghai, China
A salesman arranges milk products imported from Australia at a supermarket inside IAPM mall in Shanghai...
A salesman arranges milk products imported from Australia at a supermarket inside IAPM mall in Shanghai, China, August 15, 2015. Picture taken August 15, 2015. To match AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN REUTERS/Aly Song
AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN
RTX1OUUC
August 19, 2015
Wines from Australia are seen on a shelf at a supermarket inside IAPM mall in Shanghai, China, August...
Shanghai, China
Wines from Australia are seen on a shelf at a supermarket inside IAPM mall in Shanghai
Wines from Australia are seen on a shelf at a supermarket inside IAPM mall in Shanghai, China, August 15, 2015. Picture taken August 15, 2015. To match AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN REUTERS/Aly Song
AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN
RTX1OUTX
August 19, 2015
A customer holds chia seeds from the Chia Co company, owned by Australian farmer John Foss, at a suburban...
Sydney, Australia
A customer holds chia seeds from the Chia Co company, owned by Australian farmer John Foss, at a suburban...
A customer holds chia seeds from the Chia Co company, owned by Australian farmer John Foss, at a suburban supermarket in Sydney, Australia, July 7, 2015. While Australia's main agricultural products like wheat, rice, sugar and beef have traditionally fed Asia, there is now a wave of farmers moving to premium crops as Australia pushes to become Asia's delicatessen. After being fed up with being subjected to the market volatility that had long plagued his Australian family wheat farm, John Foss abandoned tradition and took a risk on a little known crop. His decision to ditch wheat in favour of chia seeds in 2003 left his family bemused. More than a decade on, Foss is the one smiling. Demand for chia is soaring and Foss, now overseeing the global expansion of his Chia Co business from a New York office, has little trouble selling the crop's prospects to other growers. Picture taken July 7, 2015. To match AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN
RTX1OUTV
August 19, 2015
Chia seeds from the Chia Co company, owned by Australian farmer John Foss, sit on shelves at a suburban...
Sydney, Australia
Chia seeds from the Chia Co company, owned by Australian farmer John Foss, sit on shelves at a suburban...
Chia seeds from the Chia Co company, owned by Australian farmer John Foss, sit on shelves at a suburban supermarket in Sydney, Australia, July 7, 2015. While Australia's main agricultural products like wheat, rice, sugar and beef have traditionally fed Asia, there is now a wave of farmers moving to premium crops as Australia pushes to become Asia's delicatessen. After being fed up with being subjected to the market volatility that had long plagued his Australian family wheat farm, John Foss abandoned tradition and took a risk on a little known crop. His decision to ditch wheat in favour of chia seeds in 2003 left his family bemused. More than a decade on, Foss is the one smiling. Demand for chia is soaring and Foss, now overseeing the global expansion of his Chia Co business from a New York office, has little trouble selling the crop's prospects to other growers. Picture taken July 7, 2015. To match AUSTRALIA-AGRICULTURE/DELICATESSEN REUTERS/David Gray
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1ANEA
April 28, 2015
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband leaves after meeting with supporters at the Snails...
RHIWBINA, United Kingdom
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband leaves after meeting with supporters at the Snails...
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband leaves after meeting with supporters at the Snails Delicatessen in Rhiwbina, Britain April 28, 2015.
PEOPLE-ROBINWILLIAMS/
RTR42VK1
August 18, 2014
A group of neighbors gather to snap photographs prior to giving a standing ovation to late actor and...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A group of neighbors gather to snap photographs prior to giving a standing ovation to late actor and...
A group of neighbors gather to snap photographs prior to giving a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a delicatessen in his former neighborhood in San Francisco, California August 18, 2014. Williams hanged himself with a belt in his Northern California home after he had sought treatment for depression, a coroner said, based on preliminary findings. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-ROBINWILLIAMS/
RTR42VJL
August 18, 2014
Photos of late actor and comedian Robin Williams are shown at a delicatessen where a group of neighbors...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Photos of late actor and comedian Robin Williams are shown at a delicatessen where a group of neighbors...
Photos of late actor and comedian Robin Williams are shown at a delicatessen where a group of neighbors gathered to give Williams a standing ovation in his former neighborhood in San Francisco, California August 18, 2014. Williams hanged himself with a belt in his Northern California home after he had sought treatment for depression, a coroner said, based on preliminary findings. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-ROBINWILLIAMS/
RTR42VJ9
August 18, 2014
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a...
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a delicatessen in his former neighborhood in San Francisco, California August 18, 2014. Williams hanged himself with a belt in his Northern California home after he had sought treatment for depression, a coroner said, based on preliminary findings. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-ROBINWILLIAMS/
RTR42VJ3
August 18, 2014
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a...
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a delicatessen in his former neighborhood in San Francisco, California August 18, 2014. Williams hanged himself with a belt in his Northern California home after he had sought treatment for depression, a coroner said, based on preliminary findings. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-ROBINWILLIAMS/
RTR42VIC
August 18, 2014
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a...
A group of neighbors gather to give a standing ovation to late actor and comedian Robin Williams at a delicatessen in his former neighborhood in San Francisco, California August 18, 2014. Williams hanged himself with a belt in his Northern California home after he had sought treatment for depression, a coroner said, based on preliminary findings. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
KATZSDELI-LAWSUIT/
RTR3TOGA
June 13, 2014
People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East...
New York, UNITED STATES
People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East...
People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East Side June 13, 2014. The New York restaurant on Thursday sued to stop a south Florida restaurant from using the same name, accusing the owner of Katz's Delicatessen of Deerfield Beach of "blatantly" infringing its federal trademark rights and trying to profit illegally from its name and reputation. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
KATZSDELI-LAWSUIT/
RTR3TOFV
June 13, 2014
People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East...
New York, UNITED STATES
People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East...
People stand in line at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East Side June 13, 2014. The New York restaurant on Thursday sued to stop a south Florida restaurant from using the same name, accusing the owner of Katz's Delicatessen of Deerfield Beach of "blatantly" infringing its federal trademark rights and trying to profit illegally from its name and reputation. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
KATZSDELI-LAWSUIT/
RTR3TOFU
June 13, 2014
A pastrami on rye is served at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower...
New York, UNITED STATES
A pastrami on rye is served at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower...
A pastrami on rye is served at Katz's Delicatessen, the famous deli founded in 1888, in New York's lower East Side June 13, 2014. The New York restaurant on Thursday sued to stop a south Florida restaurant from using the same name, accusing the owner of Katz's Delicatessen of Deerfield Beach of "blatantly" infringing its federal trademark rights and trying to profit illegally from its name and reputation. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
BRAZIL/
RTR3T3TM
June 10, 2014
An image of Jesus Christ hangs in a delicatessen at Mercado Municipal, a historical indoor market in...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
An image of Jesus Christ hangs in a delicatessen at Mercado Municipal, a historical indoor market in...
An image of Jesus Christ hangs in a delicatessen at Mercado Municipal, a historical indoor market in Sao Paulo June 10, 2014. In a project called 'On The Sidelines' Reuters photographers share pictures showing their own quirky and creative view of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
RUSSIA-MEAT
RTR3DI5Q
February 08, 2013
A sales assistant arranges cuts of imported meat in a delicatessen in St.Petersburg February 8, 2013....
St.Petersburg, Russia
A sales assistant arranges cuts of imported meat in a delicatessen in St.Petersburg
A sales assistant arranges cuts of imported meat in a delicatessen in St.Petersburg February 8, 2013. Russia has warned it might soon bar imports of U.S. and Canadian beef and pork if producers do not certify them free of the feed additive ractopamine. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH BUSINESS FOOD)
RUSSIA-MEAT
RTR3DI5P
February 08, 2013
A sales assistant arranges cuts of imported meat in a delicatessen in St.Petersburg February 8, 2013....
St.Petersburg, Russia
A sales assistant arranges cuts of imported meat in a delicatessen in St.Petersburg
A sales assistant arranges cuts of imported meat in a delicatessen in St.Petersburg February 8, 2013. Russia has warned it might soon bar imports of U.S. and Canadian beef and pork if producers do not certify them free of the feed additive ractopamine. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH BUSINESS FOOD)
RUSSIA-MEAT
RTR3DI5N
February 08, 2013
Cuts of imported meat hang in the window of a delicatessen in St.Petersburg February 8, 2013. Russia...
St.Petersburg, Russia
Cuts of imported meat hang in the window of a delicatessen in St.Petersburg
Cuts of imported meat hang in the window of a delicatessen in St.Petersburg February 8, 2013. Russia has warned it might soon bar imports of U.S. and Canadian beef and pork if producers do not certify them free of the feed additive ractopamine. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH BUSINESS FOOD)
UKRETAIL-WAITROSE/
RTR3CX4H
January 25, 2013
Workers serve customers in the delicatessen section in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January...
London, United Kingdom
Workers serve customers in the delicatessen section in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London
Workers serve customers in the delicatessen section in the Canary Wharf store of Waitrose in London January 23, 2013. Waitrose outperformed bigger rivals Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons at Christmas and market research group Kantar Worldpanel said last week its market share in the festive trading period was 4.9 percent - a new high. Picture taken January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
MARKETS-EUROPE-STOCKSNEWS (TESCO)
RTR3B86H
December 05, 2012
A selection of items on the delicatessen counter are seen at a Tesco store in Bishop's Stortford, southern...
Bishop's Stortford, United Kingdom
A selection of items on the delicatessen counter are seen at a Tesco store in Bishop's Stortford, southern...
A selection of items on the delicatessen counter are seen at a Tesco store in Bishop's Stortford, southern England November 26, 2012. Shares in Tesco jumped almost 4 percent on December 5, 2012, topping the FTSE 100 leader board and adding the most points to the index, as the world's No. 3 retailer accompanied a solid third-quarter trading update with the launch of a strategic review of its loss-making United States chain Fresh & Easy. Photograph taken November 26, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
GREECE/
RTR2ZM7O
March 20, 2012
People look at fish for sale in a delicatessen in the town of Sparta in the Peloponnese area of Greece...
SPARTA, Greece
People look at fish for sale in a delicatessen in the town of Sparta
People look at fish for sale in a delicatessen in the town of Sparta in the Peloponnese area of Greece March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY)
SOCCER-EURO/
RTR2XYJ7
February 16, 2012
A view of a delicatessen shop at the Hotel Monopol in Wroclaw February 16, 2012. The Czech Republic soccer...
Wroclaw, Poland
A view of a delicatessen shop at the Hotel Monopol in Wroclaw
A view of a delicatessen shop at the Hotel Monopol in Wroclaw February 16, 2012. The Czech Republic soccer team has chosen Hotel Monopol as their hub for the Euro 2012 soccer championships. (EURO 2012 Team Hotel) REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER TRAVEL)
EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
RTR2U5W8
November 18, 2011
Nicolas Rovecchio, a cheese seller, installs cheese in his fromagerie in Paris November 16, 2011. Rovecchio...
Paris, France
Nicolas Rovecchio, a cheese seller, installs cheese in his fromagerie in Paris
Nicolas Rovecchio, a cheese seller, installs cheese in his fromagerie in Paris November 16, 2011. Rovecchio won't let the economic crisis and uncertainties get to him or his cheese shop, or fromagerie, where he presents up to some 200 goat, cow, sheep cheeses that change according to the season, on one of Montmartre's well-frequented food shopping streets. Picture taken November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
RTR2U5W4
November 18, 2011
Nicolas Rovecchio, a cheese seller, installs cheese in his fromagerie in Paris November 16, 2011. Rovecchio...
Paris, France
Nicolas Rovecchio, a cheese seller, installs cheese in his fromagerie in Paris
Nicolas Rovecchio, a cheese seller, installs cheese in his fromagerie in Paris November 16, 2011. Rovecchio won't let the economic crisis and uncertainties get to him or his cheese shop, or fromagerie, where he presents up to some 200 goat, cow, sheep cheeses that change according to the season, on one of Montmartre's well-frequented food shopping streets. Picture taken November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
OBAMA/
RTXU0KO
October 30, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010....
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
OBAMA/
RTXU0KK
October 30, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010....
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010. At left is U.S. Sen. Bob Casey. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
OBAMA/
RTXU0KH
October 30, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010....
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
OBAMA/
RTXU0KB
October 30, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010....
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia
U.S. President Barack Obama visits the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, October 30, 2010. From L-R are: Robert Gallagher, Michael Arnoldy, both of Philadelphia, and Michael Howanski and Beth Supik, both of Baltimore. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
OBAMA/
RTXU0JX
October 30, 2010
U.S. President Barack Obama gives his order to waitress Jayme Stern while visiting the Famous 4th Street...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama gives his order to waitress Jayme Stern while visiting the Famous 4th Street...
U.S. President Barack Obama gives his order to waitress Jayme Stern while visiting the Famous 4th Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia October 30, 2010. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTR2D1LB
April 20, 2010
A nearly empty basket offering red chillis from Thailand is pictured at a delicatessen in Berlin, April...
Berlin, Germany
Basket offering chillis from Thailand is pictured at delicacy food store in Berlin
A nearly empty basket offering red chillis from Thailand is pictured at a delicatessen in Berlin, April 20, 2010. Several imported gastronomic specialities are out of stock after large parts of Europe enforced no-fly rulings for a sixth day on Tuesday because of the huge ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
ITALY-POLITICS/BURQA
RTXPGES
October 09, 2009
A Muslim woman wearing a hijab walks with a girl past a delicatessen in Milan October 7, 2009. Italy's...
Milan, Italy
Muslim woman wearing a hijab walks with a girl past a delicatessen in Milan
A Muslim woman wearing a hijab walks with a girl past a delicatessen in Milan October 7, 2009. Italy's anti-immigration Northern League party is pushing for legislation to prosecute women who cover their faces with burqas and veils, prompting a new debate on Muslims' religious freedom in the Catholic country. The Northern League, allies of conservative Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, want to amend a 1975 law, introduced amid worries over homegrown guerrilla groups, which punishes with hefty fines and up to two years in jail people covering their faces with anything preventing their identification by police. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY POLITICS RELIGION CRIME LAW)
USA-POLITICS/OBAMA
RTXAU2Z
November 21, 2008
US President-elect Barack Obama orders a slice of cherry pie with his lunch at Manny's Coffee Shop and...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US President-elect Barack Obama orders a slice of cherry pie with his lunch at Manny's Coffee Shop and...
US President-elect Barack Obama orders a slice of cherry pie with his lunch at Manny's Coffee Shop and Deli in Chicago, Illinois November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX60R0
May 22, 2008
Australian singer Delta Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend Brian McFadden after buying a sandwich...
Sydney, Australia
Australian singer Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend McFadden after buying sandwich from local...
Australian singer Delta Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend Brian McFadden after buying a sandwich from a local delicatessen in Sydney May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Patrick Riviere (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX60QZ
May 22, 2008
Australian singer Delta Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend, Irish singer Brian McFadden, after...
Sydney, Australia
Australian singer Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend McFadden after buying sandwich from local...
Australian singer Delta Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend, Irish singer Brian McFadden, after buying a sandwich from a local delicatessen in Sydney May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Patrick Riviere (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX60QY
May 22, 2008
Australian singer Delta Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend Brian McFadden after buying a sandwich...
Sydney, Australia
Australian singer Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend McFadden after buying sandwich from local...
Australian singer Delta Goodrem returns to her hotel with boyfriend Brian McFadden after buying a sandwich from a local delicatessen in Sydney May 22, 2008. REUTERS/Patrick Riviere (AUSTRALIA)
NEWYORK-DELI/
RTX4U1S
December 17, 2007
Jeremy Lebewohl (R), nephew of Second Avenue Deli founder Abe Lebewohl, poses with his father Jack Lebewohl...
New York, UNITED STATES
Jeremy Lebewohl (R), nephew of Second Avenue Deli founder Abe Lebewohl, poses with his father Jack Lebewohl...
Jeremy Lebewohl (R), nephew of Second Avenue Deli founder Abe Lebewohl, poses with his father Jack Lebewohl outside the landmark deli in New York December 17, 2007. Food lovers who have become sadly accustomed to the closing of iconic New York restaurants celebrated the rare reopening of an old favorite on Monday when the Second Avenue Deli was reborn. No longer located on Second Avenue but closer to Third Avenue and 23 blocks north on 33rd Street, the kosher delicatessen now survives while other legendary haunts such as the German staple Luchow's, Mama Leone's Italian restaurant and the fancy night spot the Stork Club have faded away. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
NEWYORK-DELI/
RTX4U1L
December 17, 2007
People wait to be seated at the Second Avenue Deli in New York December 17, 2007. Food lovers who have...
New York, UNITED STATES
People wait to be seated at the Second Avenue Deli in New York
People wait to be seated at the Second Avenue Deli in New York December 17, 2007. Food lovers who have become sadly accustomed to the closing of iconic New York restaurants celebrated the rare reopening of an old favorite on Monday when the Second Avenue Deli was reborn. No longer located on Second Avenue but closer to Third Avenue and 23 blocks north on 33rd Street, the kosher delicatessen now survives while other legendary haunts such as the German staple Luchow's, Mama Leone's Italian restaurant and the fancy night spot the Stork Club have faded away. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
NEWYORK-DELI/
RTX4U1I
December 17, 2007
A sandwich is seen on a plate at the Second Avenue Deli in New York December 17, 2007. Food lovers who...
New York, UNITED STATES
A sandwich is seen on a plate at the Second Avenue Deli in New York
A sandwich is seen on a plate at the Second Avenue Deli in New York December 17, 2007. Food lovers who have become sadly accustomed to the closing of iconic New York restaurants celebrated the rare reopening of an old favorite on Monday when the Second Avenue Deli was reborn. No longer located on Second Avenue but closer to Third Avenue and 23 blocks north on 33rd Street, the kosher delicatessen now survives while other legendary haunts such as the German staple Luchow's, Mama Leone's Italian restaurant and the fancy night spot the Stork Club have faded away. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
NEWYORK-DELI/
RTX4U1E
December 17, 2007
A diner eats at the Second Avenue Deli in New York December 17, 2007. Food lovers who have become sadly...
New York, UNITED STATES
A diner eats at the Second Avenue Deli in New York
A diner eats at the Second Avenue Deli in New York December 17, 2007. Food lovers who have become sadly accustomed to the closing of iconic New York restaurants celebrated the rare reopening of an old favorite on Monday when the Second Avenue Deli was reborn. No longer located on Second Avenue but closer to Third Avenue and 23 blocks north on 33rd Street, the kosher delicatessen now survives while other legendary haunts such as the German staple Luchow's, Mama Leone's Italian restaurant and the fancy night spot the Stork Club have faded away. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX42XH
November 26, 2007
Laura Shure plays an instrument in the mall of the University of Iowa in Iowa City, November 19, 2007....
Iowa City, USA
Laura Shure plays an instrument in the mall of the University of Iowa
Laura Shure plays an instrument in the mall of the University of Iowa in Iowa City, November 19, 2007. In an interview with Reuters photographer Shannon Stapleton on which U.S. Presidential candidate she preferred, Shure said "I'm kind of thinking about Obama because the other candidates kind of make me mad but it's really early on and alot of times I end up deciding on nobody because I think the lesser of two evils is not a choice for who runs a country it's more like what you choose when you're at the delicatessen." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
ITALY-OLIVES/
RTR1PSNF
May 17, 2007
Bottles of olive oil are displayed for sale at a delicatessen in Rome May 17, 2007. When you buy a bottle...
Rome, Italy
To match feature ITALY-OLIVES/
Bottles of olive oil are displayed for sale at a delicatessen in Rome May 17, 2007. When you buy a bottle of olive oil, the rolling Tuscan hills on the label and the "made in Italy" stamp should reassure you the product is as Italian as Chianti or Armani. In fact, there is no guarantee the oil is from Italy. That would change under a bill that forces manufacturers to declare where their oil comes from, meaning many famous brands would have to reveal, for the first time, that most of their "Italian" oil is actually from places like Spain and Tunisia. To match feature ITALY-OLIVES/ REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
POSTCOMMUNIST-BRITAIN/POLES
RTR1NQ7L
March 21, 2007
A shopper enters a specialist Polish delicatessen in Hammersmith in west London in this March 11, 2007...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature POSTCOMMUNIST-BRITAIN/POLES
A shopper enters a specialist Polish delicatessen in Hammersmith in west London in this March 11, 2007 picture. Specialty delis and restaurants in London boroughs largely populated by Poles have boomed as migrants yearn for their national cuisine. To match feature POSTCOMMUNIST-BRITAIN/POLES. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (BRITAIN)
POSTCOMMUNIST-BRITAIN/POLES
RTR1NO0R
March 19, 2007
A shopper enters a specialist Polish delicatessen in Hammersmith in west London, March 11, 2007. Specialty...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature POSTCOMMUNIST-BRITAIN/POLES
A shopper enters a specialist Polish delicatessen in Hammersmith in west London, March 11, 2007. Specialty delis and restaurants in London boroughs largely populated by Poles have boomed as migrants yearn for their national cuisine. Hammersmith, London. To match feature POSTCOMMUNIST-BRITAIN/POLES. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak
BRITAIN POLES
RTR1JIS8
November 20, 2006
Shoppers pass a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006. IIf an alien visited London, he...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature BRITAIN POLES
Shoppers pass a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006. IIf an alien visited London, he could be forgiven for thinking the sign "Tu Kupisz Polskie Produkty" was a local greeting meaning "come in", "welcome" or perhaps "open for business". The phrase, which loosely translates as "Buy Polish Goods Here", is stuck up outside shop after shop -- a reflection of the purchasing power of Britain's newest wave of migrants. Picture taken November 13, 2006. To match feature BRITAIN POLES REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN POLES
RTR1JIRZ
November 20, 2006
A shop-keeper serves traditional Polish buns at a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006....
London, United Kingdom
To match feature BRITAIN POLES
A shop-keeper serves traditional Polish buns at a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006. If an alien visited London, he could be forgiven for thinking the sign "Tu Kupisz Polskie Produkty" was a local greeting meaning "come in", "welcome" or perhaps "open for business". The phrase, which loosely translates as "Buy Polish Goods Here", is stuck up outside shop after shop -- a reflection of the purchasing power of Britain's newest wave of migrants. Picture taken November 13, 2006. To match feature BRITAIN POLES REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN POLES
RTR1JI72
November 19, 2006
Traditional Polish buns are displayed at a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006. Picture...
London, United Kingdom
Traditional Polish buns are displayed at Polish delicatessen in west London
Traditional Polish buns are displayed at a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006. Picture taken November 13, 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
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