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RUSSIA-VILLAGE/
RTX76I9J
October 07, 2019
Spouses Rafik and Gulfira Koldasheva take canned fruit out of their basement storage in the village of...
SIBILYAKOVO, Russia
The Wider Image: Russian village's last teacher stays on for her one remaining pupil
Spouses Rafik and Gulfira Koldasheva take canned fruit out of their basement storage in the village of Sibilyakovo, Omsk region, Russia, September 7, 2019. REUTERS/Alexey Malgavko SEARCH "SIBILYAKOVO MALGAVKO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MEXICO-TEQUILA/
RTS1RWXW
May 17, 2018
Barrels of tequila are stored in a factory in Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico, September 7, 2017. Picture taken...
AMATITAN, Mexico
Barrels of tequila are stored in a factory in Amatitan
Barrels of tequila are stored in a factory in Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico, September 7, 2017. Picture taken on September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
GLOBAL-FOOD/
RTX4OH54
February 03, 2018
A worker moves fruit and vegetables into cold storage at the New Covent Garden wholesale market in London,...
London, United Kingdom
Fruit and vegetables sit on display at New Covent Garden wholesale market in London
A worker moves fruit and vegetables into cold storage at the New Covent Garden wholesale market in London, Britain, February 3, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
GLOBAL-FOOD/
RTX4OH4Z
February 03, 2018
A worker moves fruit and vegetables into cold storage at the New Covent Garden wholesale market in London,...
London, United Kingdom
Fruit and vegetables sit on display at New Covent Garden wholesale market in London
A worker moves fruit and vegetables into cold storage at the New Covent Garden wholesale market in London, Britain February 3, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
GLOBAL-FOOD/
RTX4OH3O
February 03, 2018
Fruit and vegetables sit in cold storage at the New Covent Garden wholesale market in London, Britain,...
London, United Kingdom
Fruit and vegetables sit on display at New Covent Garden wholesale market in London
Fruit and vegetables sit in cold storage at the New Covent Garden wholesale market in London, Britain, February 3, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
PAKISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1PEB2
August 24, 2015
A boy carries bananas out of a fruit storage facility in Peshawar, Pakistan August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Khuram...
Peshawar, Pakistan
A boy carries bananas out of a fruit storage facility in Peshawar
A boy carries bananas out of a fruit storage facility in Peshawar, Pakistan August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Khuram Parvez
UKRAINE-CRISIS/FUNDING
RTR432MI
August 20, 2014
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany...
KRESSBRONN, Germany
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany August 20, 2014. EU fruit and vegetable growers will get financial aid of up to 125 million euros ($167 million) to help them cope with Russia's ban on most Western food imports, which has created a glut of produce in peak harvest time, the European Commission said on Monday. Russia has declared a one-year embargo on meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway in retaliation for Western economic sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine. The EU funding will cover produce such as tomatoes, apples, cauliflowers, mushrooms, grapes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackcurrants, which lack storage options and have no immediate alternative markets to make up for the absence of Russia. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/FUNDING
RTR432MG
August 20, 2014
Farmer Martin Hagen inspects Boskop apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn...
KRESSBRONN, Germany
Farmer Hagen inspects Boskop apple trees ahead of harvest in two weeks in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake...
Farmer Martin Hagen inspects Boskop apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany August 20, 2014. EU fruit and vegetable growers will get financial aid of up to 125 million euros ($167 million) to help them cope with Russia's ban on most Western food imports, which has created a glut of produce in peak harvest time, the European Commission said on Monday. Russia has declared a one-year embargo on meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway in retaliation for Western economic sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine. The EU funding will cover produce such as tomatoes, apples, cauliflowers, mushrooms, grapes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackcurrants, which lack storage options and have no immediate alternative markets to make up for the absence of Russia. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/FUNDING
RTR432MF
August 20, 2014
Farmers inspect apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake...
KRESSBRONN, Germany
Farmers inspect apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake...
Farmers inspect apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany August 20, 2014. EU fruit and vegetable growers will get financial aid of up to 125 million euros ($167 million) to help them cope with Russia's ban on most Western food imports, which has created a glut of produce in peak harvest time, the European Commission said on Monday. Russia has declared a one-year embargo on meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway in retaliation for Western economic sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine. The EU funding will cover produce such as tomatoes, apples, cauliflowers, mushrooms, grapes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackcurrants, which lack storage options and have no immediate alternative markets to make up for the absence of Russia. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/FUNDING
RTR432M0
August 20, 2014
Farmer Martin Hagen inspects his Gala apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn...
KRESSBRONN, Germany
Farmer Hagen inspects his Gala apple trees ahead of harvest in two weeks in Kressbronn near Lindau at...
Farmer Martin Hagen inspects his Gala apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany August 20, 2014. EU fruit and vegetable growers will get financial aid of up to 125 million euros ($167 million) to help them cope with Russia's ban on most Western food imports, which has created a glut of produce in peak harvest time, the European Commission said on Monday. Russia has declared a one-year embargo on meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway in retaliation for Western economic sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine. The EU funding will cover produce such as tomatoes, apples, cauliflowers, mushrooms, grapes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackcurrants, which lack storage options and have no immediate alternative markets to make up for the absence of Russia. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/FUNDING
RTR432LW
August 20, 2014
Farmer Martin Hagen inspects his Gala apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn...
KRESSBRONN, Germany
Farmer Hagen inspects his Gala apple trees ahead of harvest in two weeks in Kressbronn near Lindau at...
Farmer Martin Hagen inspects his Gala apple trees ahead of the harvest in two weeks time, in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany August 20, 2014. EU fruit and vegetable growers will get financial aid of up to 125 million euros ($167 million) to help them cope with Russia's ban on most Western food imports, which has created a glut of produce in peak harvest time, the European Commission said on Monday. Russia has declared a one-year embargo on meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway in retaliation for Western economic sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine. The EU funding will cover produce such as tomatoes, apples, cauliflowers, mushrooms, grapes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackcurrants, which lack storage options and have no immediate alternative markets to make up for the absence of Russia. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/FUNDING
RTR432LG
August 20, 2014
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany...
KRESSBRONN, Germany
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany August 20, 2014. EU fruit and vegetable growers will get financial aid of up to 125 million euros ($167 million) to help them cope with Russia's ban on most Western food imports, which has created a glut of produce in peak harvest time, the European Commission said on Monday. Russia has declared a one-year embargo on meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway in retaliation for Western economic sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine. The EU funding will cover produce such as tomatoes, apples, cauliflowers, mushrooms, grapes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackcurrants, which lack storage options and have no immediate alternative markets to make up for the absence of Russia. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/FUNDING
RTR432LD
August 20, 2014
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany...
KRESSBRONN, Germany
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee
A tree laden with apples stands in an orchard in Kressbronn near Lindau at lake Bodensee, southern Germany August 20, 2014. EU fruit and vegetable growers will get financial aid of up to 125 million euros ($167 million) to help them cope with Russia's ban on most Western food imports, which has created a glut of produce in peak harvest time, the European Commission said on Monday. Russia has declared a one-year embargo on meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables from the United States, the European Union, Canada, Australia and Norway in retaliation for Western economic sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine. The EU funding will cover produce such as tomatoes, apples, cauliflowers, mushrooms, grapes, cucumbers, strawberries and blackcurrants, which lack storage options and have no immediate alternative markets to make up for the absence of Russia. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
INDIA-ONIONS/
RTR3XPQ3
July 08, 2014
A woman labourer sorts onions at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of...
Chandigarh, India
A woman labourer sorts onions at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in Chandigarh
A woman labourer sorts onions at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh July 8, 2014. The country has produced a record harvest, but many farmers in the onion bowl of India's western state of Maharashtra have lost a large share of their crop damaged in storage, adding to the country's inflation woes. A doubling in retail prices across major cities is especially troubling for staples such as onions, an ingredient that is present in just about every Indian meal. Unseasonal weather, hoarding and price manipulation have in the past led to dramatic price rises, and the new administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anxious to avoid the political fallout that has hit other governments over the cost of the food. Picture taken July 8, 2014. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
INDIA-ONIONS/
RTR3XPQ0
July 08, 2014
A worker packs onion bags at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh...
Chandigarh, India
A worker packs onion bags at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in Chandigarh
A worker packs onion bags at a vegetable and fruit wholesale market in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh July 8, 2014. The country has produced a record harvest, but many farmers in the onion bowl of India's western state of Maharashtra have lost a large share of their crop damaged in storage, adding to the country's inflation woes. A doubling in retail prices across major cities is especially troubling for staples such as onions, an ingredient that is present in just about every Indian meal. Unseasonal weather, hoarding and price manipulation have in the past led to dramatic price rises, and the new administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anxious to avoid the political fallout that has hit other governments over the cost of the food. Picture taken July 8, 2014. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
INDIA-BUDGET/
RTR3XAKM
July 06, 2014
A labourer stacks a sack of onions in a storage room at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in New...
New Delhi, India
A labourer stacks a sack of onions in a storage room at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in New...
A labourer stacks a sack of onions in a storage room at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in New Delhi July 2, 2014. India's new government will seek to raise up to a record $11.7 billion in asset sales in its maiden budget this week, a senior government source said, bolstering state finances and buying time for structural reforms to revive a weak economy. The privatization target could reach 700 billion rupees, almost equal to all proceeds over the last four years, in a budget Prime Minister Narendra Modi hopes will launch the growth and jobs agenda that in May won him India's biggest election mandate in three decades. The budget is due on July 10. Picture taken July 2, 2014. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDONESIA-PALMOIL/PLANTATIONS
RTR2H79H
August 10, 2010
Workers unload oil palm fruits from a truck to a storage area at the state-owned palm oil plantation...
LUWU, Indonesia
Workers unload oil palm fruits from a truck to a storage area at the state-owned palm oil plantation...
Workers unload oil palm fruits from a truck to a storage area at the state-owned palm oil plantation in Luwu, Indonesia's South Sulawesi province August 7, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a forestry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken August 7, 2010.REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
INDONESIA-PALMOIL/PLANTATIONS
RTR2H73N
August 10, 2010
A worker unloads oil palm fruits from a truck to a storage area at the state-owned palm oil plantation...
LUWU, Indonesia
A worker unloads oil palm fruits from a truck to a storage area at the state-owned palm oil plantation...
A worker unloads oil palm fruits from a truck to a storage area at the state-owned palm oil plantation in Luwu, Indonesia's South Sulawesi province August 7, 2010. Indonesia may propose palm oil plantations be eligible to earn carbon credit under a U.N.-backed scheme aimed at preserving forests, a foresttry ministry official said on Monday. Environmentalists have for years expressed concerns over Indonesia's palm oil producers and whether they have cleared forests to expand their plantations. Picture taken August 7, 2010.REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTX5GNM
January 11, 2008
Hand parts of mannequins are seen on a shelf in the storage room of Zhejiang Howard Display and Fixture...
JIASHAN, China
Hand parts of mannequins are seen on a shelf in the storage room of Zhejiang Howard Display and Fixture...
Hand parts of mannequins are seen on a shelf in the storage room of Zhejiang Howard Display and Fixture factory in Jiashan, Zhejiang province, January 11, 2008. China will continue to open its economy even as it grows to become the world's third-largest, its new commerce minister said on Thursday. China's trade surplus for all of 2007 jumped to a record of more than $262 billion, about 48 percent higher than in 2006, but data on Friday suggested that policies to rein in exports are starting to bear fruit. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTX5GM7
January 11, 2008
Mannequins are stored before last touch at the production line storage room in Zhejiang Howard Display...
JIASHAN, China
Mannequins are stored before last touch at the production line storage room in Zhejiang Howard Display...
Mannequins are stored before last touch at the production line storage room in Zhejiang Howard Display and Fixture factory in Jiashan, Zhejiang province January 11, 2008. China will continue to open its economy even as it grows to become the world's third-largest, its new commerce minister said on Thursday. China's trade surplus for all of 2007 jumped to a record of more than $262 billion, about 48 percent higher than in 2006, but data on Friday suggested that policies to rein in exports are starting to bear fruit. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA-USA
RTX4MFA
December 11, 2007
Mike Leavitt (L), U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, is accompanied by Zhu Xinli, the chairman...
Beijing, China
Leavitt and Zhu visit fruit juice plant's cold storage area in Beijing
Mike Leavitt (L), U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, is accompanied by Zhu Xinli, the chairman of Huiyuan Beverage & Fruit Group Corporation, as he visits the cold storage area of the company's plant in Beijing December 11, 2007. On Tuesday Leavitt signed an agreement with China to strengthen food, feed and drug safety, which would give U.S. inspectors greater access to Chinese factories and should stop tainted goods leaving China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
CHINA-USA
RTX4MF5
December 11, 2007
Mike Leavitt, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, is accompanied by Zhu Xinli (L), the chairman...
Beijing, China
Leavitt and Zhu visit fruit juice plant storage area in Beijing
Mike Leavitt, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, is accompanied by Zhu Xinli (L), the chairman of Huiyuan Beverage & Fruit Group Corporation, as he visits the storage area of the company's plant in Beijing December 11, 2007. On Tuesday Leavitt signed an agreement with China to strengthen food, feed and drug safety, which would give U.S. inspectors greater access to Chinese factories and should stop tainted goods leaving China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
FRANCE
RTXMU95
August 18, 2004
A French Farmers' union member destroyes fruits and vegetables in an cold storage plant during a protest...
Lectoure, France
A French Farmers' union member destroyes fruits and vegetables in an cold storage plant during a pro.....
A French Farmers' union member destroyes fruits and vegetables in an cold storage plant during a protest demonstration in Lectoure, southwestern France, August 18, 2004. Some 100 angry French farmers protest the low prices paid for produce by central market distributers for hyper-markets.
POLITICS
RTR8VPP
August 18, 2004
A FRENCH FARMERS' UNION MEMBER DESTROYES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AN COLD STORAGE PLANT DURING A PROTEST...
Lectoure, France
A FRENCH FARMERS' UNION MEMBER DESTROYES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AN COLD STORAGE PLANT DURING A ...
A FRENCH FARMERS' UNION MEMBER DESTROYES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AN COLD STORAGE PLANT DURING A PROTEST DEMONSTRATION IN LECTOURE. A French Farmers' union member destroyes fruits and vegetables in an cold storage plant during a protest demonstration in Lectoure, southwestern France, August 18, 2004. Some 100 angry French farmers protest the low prices paid for produce by central market distributers for hyper-markets. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
POLITICS
RTR8VP8
August 18, 2004
A FRENCH FARMERS' UNION MEMBER DESTROYES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AN COLD STORAGE PLANT DURING A PROTEST...
Lectoure, France
A FRENCH FARMERS' UNION MEMBER DESTROYES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AN COLD STORAGE PLANT DURING A ...
A FRENCH FARMERS' UNION MEMBER DESTROYES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AN COLD STORAGE PLANT DURING A PROTEST DEMONSTRATION IN LECTOURE. A French Farmers' union member destroyes fruits and vegetables in an cold storage plant during a protest demonstration in Lectoure, southwestern France, August 18, 2004. Some 100 angry French farmers protest the low prices paid for produce by central market distributers for hyper-markets. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
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