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BONDUELLE-FRANCE/
RTX31CNO
March 16, 2017
Green beans are seen in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas,...
BORDERES ET LAMENSAS, France
Green beans are seen in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas...
Green beans are seen in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas, Southwestern France, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
BONDUELLE-FRANCE/
RTX31CNM
March 16, 2017
Green beans are seen in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas,...
BORDERES ET LAMENSAS, France
Green beans are seen in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas...
Green beans are seen in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas, Southwestern France, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
BONDUELLE-FRANCE/
RTX31CBA
March 16, 2017
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
BORDERES ET LAMENSAS, France
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas, Southwestern France, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
BONDUELLE-FRANCE/
RTX31C7B
March 16, 2017
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
BORDERES ET LAMENSAS, France
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas, Southwestern France, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
BONDUELLE-FRANCE/
RTX31C6A
March 16, 2017
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
BORDERES ET LAMENSAS, France
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
An employee checks a bag of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas, Southwestern France, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
BONDUELLE-FRANCE/
RTX31C65
March 16, 2017
An employee checks bags of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
BORDERES ET LAMENSAS, France
An employee checks bags of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's...
An employee checks bags of frozen green beans in the packaging chain at French food group Bonduelle's plant in Borderes-et-Lamensas, Southwestern France, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
 CARTENOIRE-M&A/LAVAZZA
RTX25ANQ
February 03, 2016
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February...
LAVERUNE, France
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February 3, 2016. Italy's Lavazza will seal the purchase of French coffee brand Carte Noire in the next few weeks in a deal worth about 750 million euros ($814 million), two sources close to the matter told Reuters. The acquisition will make Lavazza the market leader for coffee in France, a country which is the second largest coffee market in Europe and the fourth biggest in the world. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
 CARTENOIRE-M&A/LAVAZZA
RTX25ANP
February 03, 2016
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February...
LAVERUNE, France
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February 3, 2016. Italy's Lavazza will seal the purchase of French coffee brand Carte Noire in the next few weeks in a deal worth about 750 million euros ($814 million), two sources close to the matter told Reuters. The acquisition will make Lavazza the market leader for coffee in France, a country which is the second largest coffee market in Europe and the fourth biggest in the world. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
 CARTENOIRE-M&A/LAVAZZA
RTX25ANE
February 03, 2016
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February...
LAVERUNE, France
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February 3, 2016. Italy's Lavazza will seal the purchase of French coffee brand Carte Noire in the next few weeks in a deal worth about 750 million euros ($814 million), two sources close to the matter told Reuters. The acquisition will make Lavazza the market leader for coffee in France, a country which is the second largest coffee market in Europe and the fourth biggest in the world. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
 CARTENOIRE-M&A/LAVAZZA
RTX25AMS
February 03, 2016
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February...
LAVERUNE, France
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February 3, 2016. Italy's Lavazza will seal the purchase of French coffee brand Carte Noire in the next few weeks in a deal worth about 750 million euros ($814 million), two sources close to the matter told Reuters. The acquisition will make Lavazza the market leader for coffee in France, a country which is the second largest coffee market in Europe and the fourth biggest in the world. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
 CARTENOIRE-M&A/LAVAZZA
RTX25AMQ
February 03, 2016
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February...
LAVERUNE, France
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February 3, 2016. Italy's Lavazza will seal the purchase of French coffee brand Carte Noire in the next few weeks in a deal worth about 750 million euros ($814 million), two sources close to the matter told Reuters. The acquisition will make Lavazza the market leader for coffee in France, a country which is the second largest coffee market in Europe and the fourth biggest in the world. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
 CARTENOIRE-M&A/LAVAZZA
RTX25AML
February 03, 2016
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February...
LAVERUNE, France
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier
General view of Carte Noire coffee bean roasting plant in Laverune, near Montpellier, France, February 3, 2016. Italy's Lavazza will seal the purchase of French coffee brand Carte Noire in the next few weeks in a deal worth about 750 million euros ($814 million), two sources close to the matter told Reuters. The acquisition will make Lavazza the market leader for coffee in France, a country which is the second largest coffee market in Europe and the fourth biggest in the world. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
FRANCE/
RTX11X2A
July 24, 2013
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen...
Paris, France
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen...
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof of La Mutualite building in Paris July 23, 2013. This rooftop urban vegetable patch is managed by Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, for the French Chef Eric Castandet to supply fresh seasonal produce to the restaurant 'Terroir Parisien' on the ground floor of the building. Currently emerging in French cities, green spaces have sprouted on the flat roofs of towns all over the world as part of the growing trend for urban agriculture in line with increased concern about the origins of our food. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX11X27
July 24, 2013
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses with Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad...
Paris, France
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses on the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof...
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses with Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof of La Mutualite building in Paris July 23, 2013. This rooftop urban vegetable patch is managed by Sibylle for the French Chef Eric Castandet to supply fresh seasonal produce to the restaurant 'Terroir Parisien' on the ground floor of the building. Currently emerging in French cities, green spaces have sprouted on the flat roofs of towns all over the world as part of the growing trend for urban agriculture in line with increased concern about the origins of our food. In the background, the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3F9DP
March 21, 2013
A staff member holds coffee grains in the production facility of Ethical Coffee Company (EEC) in Ville-la-Grand...
VILLE-LA-GRAND, France
A staff member holds coffee grains in the production facility of Ethical Coffee Company in Ville-la-Grand...
A staff member holds coffee grains in the production facility of Ethical Coffee Company (EEC) in Ville-la-Grand in France near Switzerland border March 20, 2013. Swiss food giant Nestle and Nespresso have taken legal action against EEC since Jean-Pierre Gaillard, CEO of EEC and a former Nespresso executive, founded the company in 2008. Picture taken March 20, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZX3
February 19, 2013
Chocolate-covered almonds are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February...
Paris, France
Chocolate-covered almonds are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
Chocolate-covered almonds are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZWY
February 19, 2013
Chocolates are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013....
Paris, France
Chocolates are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
Chocolates are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZWX
February 19, 2013
Chocolates are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013....
Paris, France
Chocolates are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
Chocolates are presented at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZWH
February 19, 2013
Melted chocolate is seen at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013....
Paris, France
Melted chocolate is seen at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
Melted chocolate is seen at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZW0
February 19, 2013
A bowl containing cocoa beans are displayed at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris...
Paris, France
A bowl of cocoa beans are displayed at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
A bowl containing cocoa beans are displayed at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZVW
February 19, 2013
A bowl containing cocoa beans are displayed at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris...
Paris, France
A bowl of cocoa beans are displayed at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
A bowl containing cocoa beans are displayed at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZVQ
February 19, 2013
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February...
Paris, France
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZVN
February 19, 2013
The hands of "La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, hold chocolate-covered...
Paris, France
"La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, displays chocolate-covered...
The hands of "La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, hold chocolate-covered almonds at the new chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZVD
February 19, 2013
French chef Alain Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat"...
Paris, France
French chef Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate...
French chef Alain Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (not pictured) open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZVB
February 19, 2013
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February...
Paris, France
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZVA
February 19, 2013
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February...
Paris, France
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris
Sacks of cocoa beans are stored at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open the bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZV4
February 19, 2013
French chef Alain Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat"...
Paris, France
French chef Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate...
French chef Alain Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (not pictured) open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZV2
February 19, 2013
The hands of "La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, hold chocolate-covered...
Paris, France
"La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, displays chocolate-covered...
The hands of "La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, hold chocolate-covered almonds at the new chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZUV
February 19, 2013
"La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, stands in front of a...
Paris, France
"La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, prepares chocolate-covered...
"La Manufacture de chocolat" production head, who identified himself as Quentin, stands in front of a traditional copper machine to make chocolate-covered almonds at the new chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. French chef Alain Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (both not pictured) open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZUN
February 19, 2013
French chef Alain Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat"...
Paris, France
French chef Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate...
French chef Alain Ducasse poses in front of sacks containing cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. Ducasse and pastry chef Nicolas Berger (not pictured) open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZUK
February 19, 2013
French chef Alain Ducasse (L) and pastry chef Nicolas Berger speak in front of bags of cocoa beans at...
Paris, France
French chef Ducasse and pastry chef Berger pose in front of bags of cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de...
French chef Alain Ducasse (L) and pastry chef Nicolas Berger speak in front of bags of cocoa beans at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. Ducasse and Berger open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR3DZUD
February 19, 2013
French chef Alain Ducasse (L) holds a handful of cocoa beans with his pastry chef Nicolas Berger at "La...
Paris, France
French chef Alain Ducasse holds a handful of cocoa beans with his pastry chef Nicolas Berger at "La Manufacture...
French chef Alain Ducasse (L) holds a handful of cocoa beans with his pastry chef Nicolas Berger at "La Manufacture de chocolat" chocolate workshop in Paris February 19, 2013. Ducasse and Berger open their bean-to-bar chocolate making business where they will roast and grind their own cocoa beans to make slabs of chocolate. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND2M
June 06, 2011
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities...
CARQUEFOU, France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers in Carquefou, western France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E. colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCEENVIRONMENT HEALTH - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH BUSINESS FOOD)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND2J
June 06, 2011
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their...
CARQUEFOU, France
Cucumbers are spread on a field as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce...
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E.colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND2E
June 06, 2011
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their...
CARQUEFOU, France
Cucumbers are spread on a field as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce...
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E.colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND28
June 06, 2011
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a lorry in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011....
CARQUEFOU, France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a lorry in Carquefou, western France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a lorry in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E. colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND1X
June 06, 2011
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their...
CARQUEFOU, France
Cucumbers are spread on a field as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce...
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E.colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND0S
June 06, 2011
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a mechanical shredder in Carquefou near Nantes, western France,...
CARQUEFOU, France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a mechanical shredder in Carquefou, western France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a mechanical shredder in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E. colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND0N
June 06, 2011
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a lorry in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011....
CARQUEFOU, France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a lorry in Carquefou, western France
French farmers dump unsold cucumbers into a lorry in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E. colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND0C
June 06, 2011
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their...
CARQUEFOU, France
Cucumbers are spread on a field as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce...
Cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week E.colli outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
FRANCE/
RTR2ND07
June 06, 2011
Ground cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell...
CARQUEFOU, France
Ground cucumbers are spread on a field as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce...
Ground cucumbers are spread on a field to be used as fertilizer by French farmers who are unable to sell their produce in Carquefou near Nantes, western France, June 6, 2011. Authorities in Germany have yet to pinpoint the exact source of the three-week outbreak that has killed 22 people in Europe and stricken more than 2,200 in a dozen countries -- all of whom had been travelling in northern Germany. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
RTR2MNXH
May 20, 2011
Workers sew up a sack of cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
Workers sew up a sack of cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
RTR2MNX1
May 20, 2011
Worker gather cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
Worker gather cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
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May 20, 2011
Worker sort cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
Worker sort cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
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May 20, 2011
Workers sort cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
Workers sort cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
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May 20, 2011
Worker fill a sack with cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
Worker fill a sack with cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
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May 20, 2011
A worker carries a sack of cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
A worker carries a sack of cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
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May 20, 2011
Pro-Outtara soldiers belonging to the Republican Forces of Ivory Coast (FRCI) stand near a farmer carrying...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
Pro-Outtara soldiers belonging to the Republican Forces of Ivory Coast (FRCI) stand near a farmer carrying cocoa beans in Duekoue May 19, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
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May 20, 2011
Workers gather cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40...
Duekoue, Cote D'Ivoire
To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/
Workers gather cocoa beans in Duekoue May 18, 2011. Ivory Coast's cocoa industry, which feeds some 40 percent of global demand, was badly hit by the country's internal strife, which only eased when forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara, rival to former president Laurent Gbagbo, captured Gbagbo from his home last month, with the help of the French military. EU and U.S. sanctions on Gbagbo and his aides, plus a call for a cocoa ban by Ouattara, effectively shut down exports for three months. The banking system collapsed, leaving cocoa traders with no cash to pay farmers. To match feature IVORYCOAST-FARMERS/ REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTR2L8Q1
April 15, 2011
A price tag reading "French beans, 6.5 yuan per 500g" is seen at a market in Hefei, Anhui province April...
Hefei, China
A price tag reading "French beans, 6.5 yuan per 500g" is seen at a market in Hefei,
A price tag reading "French beans, 6.5 yuan per 500g" is seen at a market in Hefei, Anhui province April 15, 2011. China's economy grew 9.7 percent in the first quarter of 2011 from a year earlier, while consumer inflation hit a 32-month-high of 5.4 percent in March. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
FRANCE/
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July 30, 2010
A French farmer cultivates his field of green beans with a tractor in Fechain, northern France July 30,...
FECHAIN, France
A French farmer cultivates his field of green beans with a tractor in Fechain, northern
A French farmer cultivates his field of green beans with a tractor in Fechain, northern France July 30, 2010. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE)
FRANCE/
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July 30, 2010
A French farmer cultivates his field of green beans with a tractor in Fechain, northern France July 30,...
FECHAIN, France
A French farmer cultivates his field of green beans with a tractor in Fechain, northern
A French farmer cultivates his field of green beans with a tractor in Fechain, northern France July 30, 2010. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE)
COSTARICA-ELECTION/
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February 04, 2010
Luis Roberto Ivancovich, 70, with a sticker of presidential candidate Otto Guevara of the opposition...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A man with a sticker of presidential candidate Guevara of the opposition party Libertarian Movement peels...
Luis Roberto Ivancovich, 70, with a sticker of presidential candidate Otto Guevara of the opposition party Libertarian Movement peels green beans at the Central Market in Cartado February 4, 2010. Laura Chinchilla, presidential candidate for the National Liberation Party, a protege of outgoing President Oscar Arias, could be elected Costa Rica's first woman head of state on Sunday, though a conservative rival has upped his challenge ahead of the election. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
USA
RTXBODF
February 15, 2009
A chihuahua named Bean rides aboard a Batman-themed float during the Krewe of Barkus Mardi Gras parade...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Chihuahua rides aboard Batman-themed float during Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans
A chihuahua named Bean rides aboard a Batman-themed float during the Krewe of Barkus Mardi Gras parade in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana February 15, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES)
CALIFORNIA-FARM/
RTR1UZWB
October 17, 2007
Wing beans, diseree' potatoes, and green beans are sold at the roadside stand at a farm in Ranch Santa...
RANCH SANTA FE, UNITED STATES
To match feature CALIFORNIA-FARM/
Wing beans, diseree' potatoes, and green beans are sold at the roadside stand at a farm in Ranch Santa Fe, California October 5, 2007. Even in these days of ubiquitous farmers' markets replete with heirloom crops and ethnic treats, the Chino stand offers a mind-boggling array of crops, organically farmed and picked fresh that morning from the 45-acre agricultural oasis hemmed in by luxurious homes, golf courses and equestrian centers in one of San Diego's most affluent suburbs.Picture taken October 5, 2007. To match feature CALIFORNIA-FARM/ REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
BEAN II
RTXONJS
May 26, 2006
U.S. actor Willem Dafoe (R) and French actress Emma de Caunes, photographed in character, walk the red...
Cannes, France
U.S. actor Willem Dafoe (R) and French actress Emma de Caunes, photographed in character, walk the r.....
U.S. actor Willem Dafoe (R) and French actress Emma de Caunes, photographed in character, walk the red carpet during the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 26, 2006. The pair were being filmed for [director Steve Bendelack's] film 'Bean II'.
ARTS CANNES
RTR1DSG7
May 26, 2006
U.S. actor Willem Dafoe (R) and French actress Emma de Caunes, photographed in character, walk the red...
Cannes, France
Cast members Dafoe and De Caunes walk red carpet during filming of 'Bean II' at Cannes Film Festival
U.S. actor Willem Dafoe (R) and French actress Emma de Caunes, photographed in character, walk the red carpet during the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 26, 2006. The pair were being filmed for director Steve Bendelack's film 'Bean II'. REUTERS/John Schults
RITA
RTRPIFH
September 26, 2005
Susan Dunlap dishes out free red beans and rice for U.S. soldiers at the Kelso Club as life slowly returns...
New Orleans, USA
Susan Dunlap dishes out free red beans and rice for US soldiers in the French Quarter of New Orleans
Susan Dunlap dishes out free red beans and rice for U.S. soldiers at the Kelso Club as life slowly returns to normal in the French Quarter of New Orleans September 26, 2005. Parts of the U.S. Gulf Coast lurched back to life on Monday after Hurricane Rita, although many areas remained under rubble or flood water after enduring a second major storm in less than a month. REUTERS/J.P. Moczulski
KATRINA
RTROKJN
September 18, 2005
Locals gather to partake in free red beans and rice being handed out in the French Quarter in New Orleans,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Locals gather to partake in free red beans and rice being handed out in the French Quarter in New Orleans....
Locals gather to partake in free red beans and rice being handed out in the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana, September 18, 2005. Federal and local authorities clashed on Sunday over whether New Orleans was ready for residents to return, putting in doubt efforts to quickly resettle the devastated city. Coast Guard Vice Adm. Thad Allen, head of the federal recovery efforts in New Orleans, said the city lacked most basic services - such as drinkable water, sewage and electricity. Its protective levees remained vulnerable, and the city lacked a plan to respond to any new emergency. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi JR/PN
HAITI WEATHER
RTRBQI1
September 25, 2004
A French doctor looks a baby at a hospital in Gonaives, Haiti, September 25, 2004. U.N. peacekeepers...
Gonaives, Haiti
A French doctor looks a baby at a hospital in Gonaives.
A French doctor looks a baby at a hospital in Gonaives, Haiti, September 25, 2004. U.N. peacekeepers beefed up security in the Haitian city of Gonaives where more than 1,000 people died in floods, after desperate survivors fought each other to get at emergency food supplies. The decision to boost security around relief operations was made after U.N. troops had to fire into the air on Wednesday to prevent looting when the first beans, rice and other supplies were handed out to an estimated 20,000 flood victims. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar DA
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