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USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD52A
March 24, 2009
A "Freegan" eats after hunting through trash at a market along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009....
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
A "Freegan" eats after hunting through trash at a market along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD526
March 24, 2009
"Freegans" hunt through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
"Freegans" hunt through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFTREUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD521
March 24, 2009
"Freegans" hunt through trash at a market along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
"Freegans" hunt through trash at a market along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD513
March 24, 2009
A girl puts out a cigarette into the side of a cab while departing with her friends as "Freegans" hunt...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
A girl puts out a cigarette into the side of a cab while departing with her friends as "Freegans" hunt through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD512
March 24, 2009
"Freegans" decide who will take a chocolate eclair found while hunting through trash at markets along...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
"Freegans" decide who will take a chocolate eclair found while hunting through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD511
March 24, 2009
Salmon and scallops found by "Freegans" hunting through trash at markets along Third Avenue are seen...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
Salmon and scallops found by "Freegans" hunting through trash at markets along Third Avenue are seen in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD50Z
March 24, 2009
A "Freegan" holds a bag of food found while hunting through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
A "Freegan" holds a bag of food found while hunting through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
RTXD50Y
March 24, 2009
A "Freegan" holds up a discovery while hunting through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT
A "Freegan" holds up a discovery while hunting through trash at markets along Third Avenue in New York March 18, 2009. Freegans are a group of anti-capitalists who boycott bought goods in their attempt to reduce their consumption of resources. They are most widely known for dumpster diving for salvageable food. In the wake of the economic recession, however, more people are open to the freegan lifestyle as a way to cut costs, freegans say. Picture taken March 18, 2009. To match Feature USA-CONSUMERS/THRIFT REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FALKINGHAM
RTXONF9
May 26, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06- Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds up food found in supermarket bins in London...
London, UK
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06- Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds up food found in supermarket bins in Londo.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06- Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds up food found in supermarket bins in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006.
FALKINGHAM
RTXONF8
May 26, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06- Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London...
London, UK
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06- Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in Lo.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06- Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006.
BRITAIN
RTXONBV
May 26, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, is reflected in a mirror as he eats food found...
London, UK
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, is reflected in a mirror as he eats food found.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, is reflected in a mirror as he eats food found in supermarket bins in his van in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006.
BRITAIN
RTXONBU
May 26, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds bottles of milk found while searching supermarket...
London, UK
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds bottles of milk found while searching su.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds bottles of milk found while searching supermarket bins for food in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006.
BRITAIN
RTXONBT
May 26, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London...
London, UK
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006.
BRITAIN
RTXONBS
May 26, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Freegans Ashwyn Falkingham (R) and Ross Parry search through supermarket bins...
London, UK
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Freegans Ashwyn Falkingham (R) and Ross Parry search through supermarket bin.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 23MAY06 - Freegans Ashwyn Falkingham (R) and Ross Parry search through supermarket bins for food in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006.
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRUM
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds up food found in supermarket bins in London May 23, 2006. Freegans...
London, United Kingdom
Freegan Falkingham holds up food found in supermarket bins in London
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds up food found in supermarket bins in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRUL
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans...
London, United Kingdom
Freegan Falkingham searches for food in London
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRUI
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans...
London, United Kingdom
Freegan Falkingham searches for food in London
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRUH
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans...
London, United Kingdom
Freegan Falkingham searches for food in London
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRSN
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, is reflected in a mirror as he eats food found in supermarket bins in his...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Britain-Freegans
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, is reflected in a mirror as he eats food found in supermarket bins in his van in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRSK
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, eats food found in supermarket bins in his van in London May 23, 2006....
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Britain-Freegans
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, eats food found in supermarket bins in his van in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRSD
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, carries food found in supermarket bins in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Britain-Freegans
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, carries food found in supermarket bins in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRS3
May 26, 2006
Freegans Ashwyn Falkingham (R) and Ross Parry search through supermarket bins for food in London, May...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Britain-Freegans
Freegans Ashwyn Falkingham (R) and Ross Parry search through supermarket bins for food in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRRW
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds bottles of milk found while searching supermarket bins for food in...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Britain-Freegans
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, holds bottles of milk found while searching supermarket bins for food in London, May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRR4
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, eats food found in supermarket bins in his van in London May 23, 2006....
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Britain-Freegans
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, eats food found in supermarket bins in his van in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN FREEGANS
RTR1DRR3
May 26, 2006
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Britain-Freegans
Ashwyn Falkingham, a Freegan, searches through supermarket bins for food in London May 23, 2006. Freegans forage through bins for food to avoid being wasteful and to challenge the consumerist attitude. Picture taken May 23, 2006. To match feature Britain-Freegans REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
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