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MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE/
RTS39T9W
June 01, 2020
A man with dried milk on his face to treat tear gas is pictured during a rally against the death in Minneapolis...
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES
Protests against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Minneapolis
A man with dried milk on his face to treat tear gas is pictured during a rally against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. May 31, 2020. REUTERS/Leah Millis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE/
RTS39T6M
June 01, 2020
A man with dried milk on his face to treat tear gas is pictured during a rally against the death in Minneapolis...
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES
Protests against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Minneapolis
A man with dried milk on his face to treat tear gas is pictured during a rally against the death in Minneapolis police custody of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. May 31, 2020. REUTERS/Leah Millis
JORDAN-ART/FOOD
RTS2S0FV
October 20, 2019
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Amman, Jordan
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product - Jameed (dried goat's milk used in the country's national dish), at his workshop in Amman, Jordan, October 9, 2019. Picture taken October 9, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-ART/FOOD
RTS2S0EM
October 20, 2019
A worker helps Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, as he recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using...
Amman, Jordan
A worker helps Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, as he recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using...
A worker helps Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, as he recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product - Jameed (dried goatÕs milk used in the country's national dish), at his workshop in Amman, Jordan, October 9, 2019. Picture taken October 9, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-ART/FOOD
RTS2S0EE
October 20, 2019
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Amman, Jordan
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product - Jameed (dried goat's milk used in the country's national dish), at his workshop in Amman, Jordan, October 15, 2019. Picture taken October 15, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-ART/FOOD
RTS2S0EA
October 20, 2019
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Amman, Jordan
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product - Jameed (dried goat's milk used in the country's national dish), at his workshop in Amman, Jordan, October 15, 2019. Picture taken October 15, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-ART/FOOD
RTS2S0E9
October 20, 2019
A worker helps Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, as he recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using...
Amman, Jordan
A worker helps Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, as he recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using...
A worker helps Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, as he recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product - Jameed (dried goat's milk used in the country's national dish), at his workshop in Amman, Jordan, October 15, 2019. Picture taken October 15, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-ART/FOOD
RTS2S0E8
October 20, 2019
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Amman, Jordan
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product - Jameed (dried goat's milk used in the country's national dish), at his workshop in Amman, Jordan, October 15, 2019. Picture taken October 15, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-ART/FOOD
RTS2S0E7
October 20, 2019
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Amman, Jordan
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product...
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, recreates an ancient statue found in Jordan using a famous local product - Jameed (dried goat's milk used in the country's national dish), at his workshop in Amman, Jordan, October 15, 2019. Picture taken October 15, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
DANONE-CHINA/
RTX195LN
February 20, 2014
A box of Dumex milk powder product of Danone is seen in a customer's shopping cart at a supermarket in...
Beijing, China
A box of Dumex milk powder product of Danone is seen in a customer's shopping cart at a supermarket in...
A box of Dumex milk powder product of Danone is seen in a customer's shopping cart at a supermarket in Beijing, February 17, 2014. The French dairy giant is handing out the jewels as prizes in promotions to win back consumers it lost last year in claims of high prices, accusations of bribery and food safety scares. Picture taken February 17, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
HONGKONG
RTX170O9
January 03, 2014
A customs officer stands behind a board with pictures taken during a search on outbound travellers for...
Hong Kong, China
A customs officer stands behind board during search on outbound travellers for exceeded amount of infant...
A customs officer stands behind a board with pictures taken during a search on outbound travellers for exceeded amount of infant formula during a news conference held by the Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department at Lo Wu Control Point in Hong Kong January 3, 2014. Since March last year, a "two-tin limit" has been imposed by the Hong Kong government which bans outbound travellers from carrying away more than two tins of infant formula. It is part of the attempt to guarantee local supply and stop mainland parallel-traders from emptying the shelves, according Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department.REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG
RTX170NZ
January 03, 2014
A man carrying four tins of infant formula is detained by customs officers at Lo Wu Control Point in...
Hong Kong, China
A man carrying four tins of infant formula is detained by customs officers at Lo Wu Control Point in...
A man carrying four tins of infant formula is detained by customs officers at Lo Wu Control Point in Hong Kong January 3, 2014. Since March last year, a "two-tin limit" has been imposed by the Hong Kong government which bans outbound travellers from carrying away more than two tins of infant formula. It is part of the attempt to guarantee local supply and stop mainland parallel-traders from emptying the shelves,according Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTX14EGU
October 17, 2013
Cheese maker and farmer Jacques Murith dries canvas after cheese production at La Proveta mountain pasture...
GRUYERES, Switzerland
Cheese maker and farmer Murith dries canvas after cheese production at La Proveta mountain pasture chalet...
Cheese maker and farmer Jacques Murith dries canvas after cheese production at La Proveta mountain pasture chalet in Gruyeres, western Switzerland, September 20, 2013. During the summer grazing season, starting mid-May to mid-October, the fifth generation Murith family produce a distinctive mountain pasture Gruyere cheese. Each wheel of cheese weighs between 25-40 kilograms, and takes a minimum of six months to mature. Some 200 wheels are produced each year from the unpasteurized milk from his herd of cows and sold locally. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD)
NEWZEALAND-MILK/
RTX12BRP
August 06, 2013
An Abbott Laboratories sales staff checks the serial number of a powder milk tin during a production...
Hanoi, Vietnam
An Abbott Laboratories sales staff checks the serial number of a powder milk tin during a production...
An Abbott Laboratories sales staff checks the serial number of a powder milk tin during a production recall at a milk shop outside Hanoi August 6, 2013. China's consumer quality body said it ordered a recall of two batches of milk formula brands marketed by Abbott Laboratories, a day after some of the U.S. healthcare company's products were recalled in Vietnam. Abbot said the move was a precautionary measure after some of its milk formula brands, which did not contain whey protein concentrate sourced from Fonterra, were packaged in the Fonterra facility. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH)
NEWZEALAND-MILK/CHINA
RTX12BKA
August 06, 2013
A woman browses for milk powder at a stand with a food recall notice from Nutricia in a supermarket in...
Hamilton, New Zealand
A woman browses for milk powder at a stand with a food recall notice from Nutricia in a supermarket in...
A woman browses for milk powder at a stand with a food recall notice from Nutricia in a supermarket in Huntly, Waikato Region in New Zealand August 6, 2013. Nutricia, a Danone subsidiary which manufactures the Karicare brand, announced a blanket ban on two of its infant products in New Zealand late on Monday. Nutricia is supplied by dairy giant Fonterra, which is at the centre of a widening contamination scare involving whey protein products containing a bacteria which can potentially cause botulism. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NEWZEALAND-MILK/CHINA
RTX12BK6
August 06, 2013
A customer shops in an aisle stocked with Nutricia milk powder products in a supermarket in Auckland...
Hamilton, New Zealand
A customer is seen near Nutricia milk powder products in a supermarket in Auckland
A customer shops in an aisle stocked with Nutricia milk powder products in a supermarket in Auckland August 6, 2013. Nutricia, a Danone subsidiary which manufactures the Karicare brand, announced a blanket ban on two of its infant products in New Zealand late on Monday. Nutricia is supplied by dairy giant Fonterra, which is at the centre of a widening contamination scare involving whey protein products containing a bacteria which can potentially cause botulism. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS HEALTH)
NEWZEALAND-MILK/CHINA
RTX12BJS
August 06, 2013
A Fonterra milk tanker arrives to Fonterra's Te Rapa plant near Hamilton August 6, 2013. Dairy giant...
Hamilton, New Zealand
A Fonterra milk tanker arrives to Fonterra's Te Rapa plant near Hamilton
A Fonterra milk tanker arrives to Fonterra's Te Rapa plant near Hamilton August 6, 2013. Dairy giant Fonterra was hit by fresh infant formula recalls in China and Hong Kong on Tuesday, while New Zealand's government fretted that the widening contamination scare would prompt China to extend a ban on whey protein powder to other dairy products. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS HEALTH)
NEWZEALAND-MILK/CHINA
RTX12BFX
August 06, 2013
A sales assistant takes down Dumex milk powder products from shelves, which were included in a recall...
Taiyuan, China
A sales assistant takes down Dumex milk powder products, which were recalled by Fonterra, in Taiyuan
A sales assistant takes down Dumex milk powder products from shelves, which were included in a recall program by Fonterra, at a supermarket in Taiyuan, Shanxi province August 5, 2013. Dairy giant Fonterra was hit by fresh infant formula recalls in China and Hong Kong on Tuesday, while New Zealand's government fretted that the widening contamination scare would prompt China to extend a ban on whey protein powder to other dairy products. Dumex Baby Food Co Ltd, a subsidiary of France's Danone, told Fonterra that 12 batches could have been affected. Picture taken August 5, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
NEWZEALAND-MILK/FONTERRA
RTX12ASV
August 05, 2013
A sales assistant (back) helps a customer to select Dumex milk powder at a supermarket in Hefei, Anhui...
Hefei, China
A sales assistant helps a customer to select Dumex milk powders at a supermarket in Hefei
A sales assistant (back) helps a customer to select Dumex milk powder at a supermarket in Hefei, Anhui province August 5, 2013. New Zealand's Fonterra apologised on Monday for a milk powder contamination scare in China that has raised safety concerns that threaten New Zealand's $9 billion annual dairy trade and Fonterra's own business in a top market. Dumex Baby Food Co Ltd, a subsidiary of France's Danone, has told Fonterra that 12 batches could have been affected, he said. Half have been recalled as a precautionary measure and the other half remain in factories. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHINA-DAIRY/MILKPOWDER
RTXZX1V
May 22, 2013
A woman chooses Beingmate's milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing May 20, 2013. China's domestic...
Beijing, China
A woman chooses Beingmate's milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing
A woman chooses Beingmate's milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing May 20, 2013. China's domestic milk powder firms are showing signs of a comeback, boosting their international credentials to escape the long shadow of a deadly melamine scandal in 2008, creating a potential challenge to the multinationals who currently dominate the booming sector. Leading the way, milk powder specialists such as Biostime International Holdings Ltd, Yashili International Holdings and Zhejiang Beingmate Scientific-Industrial Trade Share Ltd have seen share prices rocket. Picture taken May 20, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CHINA-DAIRY/MILKPOWDER
RTXZX1U
May 22, 2013
A woman holding a baby stands in front of a shelf displaying milk powder products at a supermarket in...
Beijing, China
A woman holding a baby stands in front of a shelf displaying milk powder products at a supermarket in...
A woman holding a baby stands in front of a shelf displaying milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing May 20, 2013. China's domestic milk powder firms are showing signs of a comeback, boosting their international credentials to escape the long shadow of a deadly melamine scandal in 2008, creating a potential challenge to the multinationals who currently dominate the booming sector. Picture taken May 20, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
HONGKONG-MILK/
RTR3D87F
February 01, 2013
Baby milk formula are displayed inside a medicine store in Hong Kong February 1, 2013. Hong Kong introduced...
Hong Kong, China
Baby milk formula are displayed inside a medicine store in Hong Kong
Baby milk formula are displayed inside a medicine store in Hong Kong February 1, 2013. Hong Kong introduced measures on Friday to tackle a shortage of baby milk formula as food-safety-conscious mainland Chinese people flock to the city to stock up on supplies ahead of a Lunar New Year holiday. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEALTH)
INDIA-FOODSAFETY/
RTR2XRDU
February 13, 2012
A laboratory analyst mixes milk powder with chemicals in a test tube to determine the amount of fat in...
New Delhi, India
To match Insight INDIA-FOODSAFETY/
A laboratory analyst mixes milk powder with chemicals in a test tube to determine the amount of fat in the powder inside a food lab in New Delhi February 10, 2012. After two decades of rapid economic growth and rising living standards, millions of Indians have a richer and more varied diet than ever before. But safety standards have struggled to keep pace in a country that still has more poor than anywhere else in the world and where modern supermarkets remain relatively rare. Picture taken February 10, 2012. To match Insight INDIA-FOODSAFETY/ REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS FOOD)
INDIA-FOODSAFETY/
RTR2XRDQ
February 13, 2012
A laboratory analyst shows a sample of milk powder inside a food lab in New Delhi February 10, 2012....
New Delhi, India
To match Insight INDIA-FOODSAFETY/
A laboratory analyst shows a sample of milk powder inside a food lab in New Delhi February 10, 2012. After two decades of rapid economic growth and rising living standards, millions of Indians have a richer and more varied diet than ever before. But safety standards have struggled to keep pace in a country that still has more poor than anywhere else in the world and where modern supermarkets remain relatively rare. Picture taken February 10, 2012. To match Insight INDIA-FOODSAFETY/ REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS FOOD)
NESTLE/BABYNES
RTR2MVCI
May 25, 2011
Martin Grieder, Director of the BabyNes Division, performs a demonstration of the newly presented milk...
VERS-CHEZ-LES-BLANCS, Switzerland
Grieder Director of the BabyNes Division performs a demonstration of the newly presented milk bottles...
Martin Grieder, Director of the BabyNes Division, performs a demonstration of the newly presented milk bottles machine after a news conference at Nestle research centre in Vers-chez-les-Blancs, near Lausanne May 25, 2011. The system, launched today in Switzerland only, offers six single-serves formulas in sealed capsules for parents to prepare milk bottles for infants up to the age of three. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: HEALTH FOOD)
CHINA/
RTR2JY3W
March 16, 2011
Parents buy a box of Japanese milk powder for their baby at a store in Hong Kong March 16, 2011. Hundreds...
Hong Kong, China
Parents buy a box of Japanese milk powder for their baby at a store in Hong Kong
Parents buy a box of Japanese milk powder for their baby at a store in Hong Kong March 16, 2011. Hundreds of people in the territory, worrying that future Japanese baby products will be contaminated by radiation, have lined up for milk powder. Radioactive materials spewed into the air by Japan's earthquake-crippled nuclear plant may contaminate food and water resources, with children and unborn babies most at risk of possibly developing cancer. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH DISASTER FOOD)
CHINA/
RTR2JY3U
March 16, 2011
Customers carry boxes of Japanese milk powder away from a store in Hong Kong March 16, 2011. Hundreds...
Hong Kong, China
Customers carry boxes of Japanese milk powder away from a store in Hong Kong
Customers carry boxes of Japanese milk powder away from a store in Hong Kong March 16, 2011. Hundreds of people in the territory, worrying that future Japanese baby products will be contaminated by radiation, have lined up for milk powder. Radioactive materials spewed into the air by Japan's earthquake-crippled nuclear plant may contaminate food and water resources, with children and unborn babies most at risk of possibly developing cancer. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH DISASTER FOOD)
CHINA/
RTR2JY3P
March 16, 2011
Policemen maintain order as customers wait outside a store called "Japanese Milk Powder" before it opens...
Hong Kong, China
Policemen maintain order as customers wait outside a store called "Japanese Milk Powder" before it opens...
Policemen maintain order as customers wait outside a store called "Japanese Milk Powder" before it opens in Hong Kong March 16, 2011. Hundreds of people in the territory, worrying that future Japanese baby products will be contaminated by radiation, have lined up for milk powder. Radioactive materials spewed into the air by Japan's earthquake-crippled nuclear plant may contaminate food and water resources, with children and unborn babies most at risk of possibly developing cancer. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH DISASTER)
CHINA/
RTR2JY3F
March 16, 2011
A staff member unpacks Japanese milk powder for a customer inside a store in Hong Kong March 16, 2011....
Hong Kong, China
A staff member unpacks Japanese milk powder for a customer inside a store in Hong Kong
A staff member unpacks Japanese milk powder for a customer inside a store in Hong Kong March 16, 2011. Hundreds of people in the territory, worrying that future Japanese baby products will be contaminated by radiation, have lined up for milk powder. Radioactive materials spewed into the air by Japan's earthquake-crippled nuclear plant may contaminate food and water resources, with children and unborn babies most at risk of possibly developing cancer. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH DISASTER FOOD)
QUAKE-JAPAN/
RTR2JWH1
March 15, 2011
A family buys boxes of Japanese milk powder from a store in Hong Kong March 15, 2011. Hundreds of people...
Hong Kong, China
A family buys boxes of Japanese milk powder from a store in Hong Kong
A family buys boxes of Japanese milk powder from a store in Hong Kong March 15, 2011. Hundreds of people in the territory, worried that future Japanese milk powder would be contaminated by radiation, lined up for the product. Japan warned radioactive levels had become "significantly" higher around a quake-stricken nuclear power plant on Tuesday after explosions at two reactors. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH DISASTER FOOD)
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTR2F89S
June 16, 2010
A worker moves coffee packages and cans of milk powder inside a container during a raid carried out by...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker moves coffee packages and cans of milk powder inside a container during a raid carried out by...
A worker moves coffee packages and cans of milk powder inside a container during a raid carried out by Venezuelan authorities on places hoarding food in Caracas June 11, 2010. According to a study by consultancy Mercer, Caracas was in 2009 the most expensive city in Latin America and is ranked No. 15 in world rankings over London, Dubai and Los Angeles. This is mainly due to food inflation, which accumulated until May an annualized rate of 40.7 percent, one of the highest in the world. The situation is critical for the nation that imports 70 percent of its food. Picture taken June 11, 2010. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
CHINA-MILK/TAIWAN
RTX94QM
October 02, 2008
A man removes Nestle milk powder products from the shelves of a supermarket in Taipei October 2, 2008....
Taipei, Taiwan
A man removes Nestle milk powder products from the shelves of a supermarket in Taiwan
A man removes Nestle milk powder products from the shelves of a supermarket in Taipei October 2, 2008. Taiwan health officials on Thursday ordered stores around the island to remove six types of Nestle dairy products after tests found traces of contamination from China, which is at the centre of a tainted milk powder imbroglio. The island's Department of Health ordered the removal of Nestle products from Heilongjiang province of northeastern China following tests that showed more than half of the items contained traces of melamine. Nestle said its products were safe, but it would remove them from stores in Taiwan following the government order. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
PHILIPPINES/
RTX94OP
October 02, 2008
A food safety analyst conducts testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD)...
Manila, Philippines
A food safety analyst conducts testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs office...
A food safety analyst conducts testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) office in Alabang, south of Manila October 2, 2008. The Philippine government has slapped a ban on Chinese dairy products after thousands of babies in China fell ill from drinking tainted milk formula. BFAD is expected to release the test results on Friday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES/
RTX94ON
October 02, 2008
Food safety analysts conduct testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD)...
Manila, Philippines
Food safety analysts conduct testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs office...
Food safety analysts conduct testing of China-made milk products at the Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD) office in Alabang, south of Manila October 2, 2008. The Philippine government has slapped a ban on Chinese dairy products after thousands of babies in China fell ill from drinking tainted milk formula. BFAD is expected to release the test results on Friday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-BABYFOOD
RTR1QYXP
June 20, 2007
A boy carry cans of powdered milk which he bought at the supermarket in Manila June 20, 2007. Wyeth Philippines,...
Manila, Philippines
A boy carry cans of powdered milk which he bought at the supermarket in Manila
A boy carry cans of powdered milk which he bought at the supermarket in Manila June 20, 2007. Wyeth Philippines, a subsidiary of U.S. drug maker Wyeth, said on Wednesday it was recalling tinned infant formula manufactured last year because some of the cans had rusted. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
YEMEN
RTR1DJXY
May 20, 2006
A Yemeni villager puts milk gourds on display at a weekly traditional Souq (market) in Bait al-Faqih...
Bait al-Faqih, Yemen
Yemeni villager puts milk gourds on display at weekly traditional Souq in Bait al-Faqih
A Yemeni villager puts milk gourds on display at a weekly traditional Souq (market) in Bait al-Faqih in western Yemen May 19, 2006. Gourd crops are dried and used as containers for food in rural areas of Yemen, which is one of the world's poorest countries. Picture taken May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
YEMEN
RTR1DJDS
May 19, 2006
A Yemeni villager puts milk gourds on display at a Friday weekly traditional Souq (market) in Bait al-Faqih,...
Bait al-Faqih, Yemen
Villager displays milk gourds at a traditional Souq in western Yemen
A Yemeni villager puts milk gourds on display at a Friday weekly traditional Souq (market) in Bait al-Faqih, in western Yemen, May 19, 2006. Gourd crops are dried and used as containers for food in rural areas of Yemen, which is one of the world's poorest countries. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
NIGER
RTXNNWH
July 28, 2005
A mother whose breast milk has dried up tries to feed her severely malnourished child at an emergency...
Maradi, Niger
A mother whose breast milk has dried up tries to feed her severely malnourished child at an emergenc.....
A mother whose breast milk has dried up tries to feed her severely malnourished child at an emergency feeding centre in Maradi, southeastern Niger, July 1, 2005. Relief efforts to save thousands of children from starving to death in Niger are gathering pace after months of delays as international agencies scramble to avert a major famine, aid workers said on Thursday. Picture taken July 1, 2005.
Niger Aid
RTRJ0AZ
July 01, 2005
A mother whose breast milk has dried up tries to feed her severely malnourished child at an emergency...
Maradi, Niger
To match feature Niger Aid.
A mother whose breast milk has dried up tries to feed her severely malnourished child at an emergency feeding centre in Maradi, southeastern Niger, July 1, 2005. Relief efforts to save thousands of children from starving to death in Niger are gathering pace after months of delays as international agencies scramble to avert a major famine, aid workers said on Thursday. TO MATCH FEATURE NIGER AID. Picture taken July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/JK
PAKISTAN
RTRF7VH
November 08, 2004
A Pakistani man examines dried vermicelli in the central city of Multan November 8, 2004. Vermicelli...
Multan, Pakistan
A Pakistani man examines dried vermicelli as part of Eid-al-Fitr preparations in Multan.
A Pakistani man examines dried vermicelli in the central city of Multan November 8, 2004. Vermicelli is traditionally cooked with milk across Pakistan on the eve of the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Fitr, which signifies the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. REUTERS/Asim Tanveer ZH/CN
BHUTAN
RTXM4GT
August 22, 2003
A Bhutanese shopkeeper arranges strings of churpe or dried cheese at a market in Thimphu, capital of...
Thimphu, Bhutan
A Bhutanese shopkeeper arranges strings of churpe or dried cheese at a market in Thimphu, capital of.....
A Bhutanese shopkeeper arranges strings of churpe or dried cheese at a market in Thimphu, capital of Bhutan, August 22, 2003. Locals chew the Himalayan specialty, which is made of cow's milk.
BHUTAN
RTR1YDY
August 22, 2003
A Bhutanese shopkeeper arranges strings of churpe or dried cheese at a
market in Thimphu, capital of...
Thimphu, Bhutan - Kingdom of
A SHOPKEEPER ARRANGES STRINGS OF CHURPE OR DRIED CHEESE IN THIMPHU.
A Bhutanese shopkeeper arranges strings of churpe or dried cheese at a
market in Thimphu, capital of Bhutan, August 22, 2003. Locals chew the
Himalayan specialty, which is made of cow's milk. REUTERS/Kamal
Kishore

KK/RCS
ITALY GREENPEACE
RTRK498
June 28, 2001
Greenpeace activists wearing death masks block the entrance to the Nestle
plant in Albairate near Milan...
Milan, Italy
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS BLOCK ENTRANCE TO NESTLE FACTORY IN ITALY.
Greenpeace activists wearing death masks block the entrance to the Nestle
plant in Albairate near Milan June 28, 2001. Greenpeace are protesting
against the use of Nestle products for infants containing dried milk OGM.

SR
PERU BELGIUM
RTRQ7ZP
June 24, 1999
Worker Clara Guardia checks some of the 368 sacks of Belgian dried milk which are being held in Lima...
Lima, Peru
MILK IMPORTED FROM BELGIUM HELD FROM DISTRIBUTION.
Worker Clara Guardia checks some of the 368 sacks of Belgian dried milk which are being held in Lima due to the discovery of the cancer-causing chemical dioxin in the batch, June 24. The shipment of 128 tons of milk was destined for a food program for Peru's needy.

PO/RC/WS
INDONESIA
RTXHZV3
October 01, 1998
An Indonesian villager dries cassavas in Yogyakarta in Indonesia's central Java September 30. Many Indonesian...
Indonesia
An Indonesian villager dries cassavas in Yogyakarta in Indonesia's central Java September 30. Many I.....
An Indonesian villager dries cassavas in Yogyakarta in Indonesia's central Java September 30. Many Indonesian villagers have resorted to alternative food [such as sweet potato and corn as prices of essentials such as rice, cooking oil, sugar and milk have soared]. The economic crisis has seen the rupiah fall more than 80 percent against the U.S dollar since last year.
RTRHV4Q
October 01, 1998
An Indonesian villager dries cassavas in Yogyakarta in Indonesia's central Java September 30. Many Indonesian...
Indonesia
INDONESIAN VILLAGER DRIES CASSAVAS IN YOGYAKARTA.
An Indonesian villager dries cassavas in Yogyakarta in Indonesia's central Java September 30. Many Indonesian villagers have resorted to alternative food such as sweet potato and corn as prices of essentials such as rice, cooking oil, sugar and milk have soared. The economic crisis has seen the rupiah fall more than 80 percent against the U.S dollar since last year.

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