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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7DYY1
April 18, 2020
A woman picks up green beans in a field open for people to harvest for free, as the spread of the coronavirus...
Homestead, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Homestead, Florida
A woman picks up green beans in a field open for people to harvest for free, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Homestead, Florida, U.S., April 17, 2020. REUTERS/Marco Bello
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7DYXT
April 18, 2020
A woman and her daughters pick up green beans in a field open for people to harvest for free, as the...
Homestead, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Homestead, Florida
A woman and her daughters pick up green beans in a field open for people to harvest for free, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Homestead, Florida, U.S., April 17, 2020. REUTERS/Marco Bello
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7DYXM
April 18, 2020
A woman picks up green beans in a field open for people to harvest for free, as the spread of the coronavirus...
Homestead, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Homestead, Florida
A woman picks up green beans in a field open for people to harvest for free, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Homestead, Florida, U.S., April 17, 2020. REUTERS/Marco Bello
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7DYWT
April 18, 2020
Banners are seen in a green beans field open for people to harvest for free, as the spread of the coronavirus...
Homestead, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Homestead, Florida
Banners are seen in a green beans field open for people to harvest for free, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Homestead, Florida, U.S., April 17, 2020. REUTERS/Marco Bello
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/ANNEXATION
RTS2Q5K7
September 11, 2019
A Palestinian woman collects green beans at a field in the Bedouin village of Al-Maleh in Jordan valley...
Jordan Valley, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian woman collects green beans at a field in the Bedouin village of Al-Maleh in Jordan valley...
A Palestinian woman collects green beans at a field in the Bedouin village of Al-Maleh in Jordan valley in the Israeli-occupied West Bank March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
COFFEE-DUOPOLY/
RTS2NCSW
August 22, 2019
A worker shows coffee green beans at coffee company Simexco Dak Lak Limited in the town of Di An in Binh...
Binh Duong, Vietnam
A worker shows coffee beans at coffee company Simexco Dak Lak Limited in the town of Di An
A worker shows coffee green beans at coffee company Simexco Dak Lak Limited in the town of Di An in Binh Duong province, Vietnam July 8, 2019. Picture taken July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Yen Duong
COFFEE-DUOPOLY/
RTS2NCS6
August 22, 2019
Coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11,...
PUEBLORRICO, Colombia
Coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico
Coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COFFEE-DUOPOLY/
RTS2NCS2
August 22, 2019
Coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11,...
PUEBLORRICO, Colombia
Coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico
Coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COFFEE-DUOPOLY/
RTS2NCRY
August 22, 2019
A worker picks coffee fruits at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March...
PUEBLORRICO, Colombia
A worker picks coffee fruits at a plantation in Pueblorrico
A worker picks coffee fruits at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COFFEE-DUOPOLY/
RTS2NCRW
August 22, 2019
Recently harvested coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture...
PUEBLORRICO, Colombia
Recently harvested coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico
Recently harvested coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
COFFEE-DUOPOLY/
RTS2NCRV
August 22, 2019
Recently harvested coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture...
PUEBLORRICO, Colombia
Recently harvested coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico
Recently harvested coffee fruits are seen at a plantation in Pueblorrico, Colombia March 11, 2019. Picture taken March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/AGRICULTURE-NAKBA
RTS2HPD2
May 14, 2019
Palestinian woman Vivien Sansour, who collects the seeds of Palestinian crops and shares them with farmers...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian woman Vivien Sansour picks up green beans in the village of Nisf Jubeil, in the Israeli-occupied...
Palestinian woman Vivien Sansour, who collects the seeds of Palestinian crops and shares them with farmers across the West Bank and with Palestinians in the diaspora, picks up green beans in the village of Nisf Jubeil, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank May 1, 2019. Picture taken May 1, 2019. REUTERS/Abed Omar Qusini
SCHWEIZ/NESTLE/NESPRESSO
RTS26X7U
November 21, 2018
A cup with green coffee beans is pictured next to roasted beans at the Nespresso plant, part of food...
Romont, Switzerland
A cup with green coffee beans is pictured next to roasted beans at the Nespresso plant in Romont
A cup with green coffee beans is pictured next to roasted beans at the Nespresso plant, part of food giant Nestle, in Romont, Switzerland, November 19, 2018. Picture taken November 19, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTS2012L
September 04, 2018
Food is displayed at a street market in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Food is displayed at a street market in Rio de Janeiro
Food is displayed at a street market in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 4, 2018. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
USA-TRADE/CHINA
RTS1VMNJ
July 06, 2018
Soybeans grow in a field outside Wyanet, Illinois, U.S., July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
Wyanet, UNITED STATES
Soybeans grow in a field outside Wyanet, Illinois
Soybeans grow in a field outside Wyanet, Illinois, U.S., July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
USA-TRADE/CHINA
RTS1VMLI
July 06, 2018
Soybean plants grow in a field in Buda, Illinois, U.S., July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
Buda, UNITED STATES
Soybean plants grow in a field in Buda, Illinois
Soybean plants grow in a field in Buda, Illinois, U.S., July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTX6AGT8
June 22, 2018
Workers sort arabica green coffee beans at a coffee mill in Pangalengan, West Java, Indonesia May 8,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Workers sort arabica green coffee beans at a coffee mill in Pangalengan, West Java
Workers sort arabica green coffee beans at a coffee mill in Pangalengan, West Java, Indonesia May 8, 2018. Picture taken May 8, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTX6AGT4
June 22, 2018
Workers sort arabica green coffee beans at a coffee mill in Pangalengan, West Java, Indonesia May 8,...
PANGALENGAN, Indonesia
Workers sort arabica green coffee beans at a coffee mill in Pangalengan, West Java
Workers sort arabica green coffee beans at a coffee mill in Pangalengan, West Java, Indonesia May 8, 2018. Picture taken May 8, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
ELSALVADOR-COFFEE/SPECIALTY
RTX67H38
June 04, 2018
Hugo Aguilar shows green coffee beans in a farm in Santa Ana, El Salvador on May 25, 2018. Picture taken...
Santa Ana, El Salvador
Hugo Aguilar shows green coffee beans in a farm in Santa Ana
Hugo Aguilar shows green coffee beans in a farm in Santa Ana, El Salvador on May 25, 2018. Picture taken on May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
USA-TRADE/CHINA-LATIN AMERICA
RTX5GNTO
April 04, 2018
Soy plants are seen in a farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina, February 28, 2018. Picture taken February 28,...
Chivilcoy, Argentina
Soy plants are seen in a farm near Chivilcoy
Soy plants are seen in a farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina, February 28, 2018. Picture taken February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
USA-MLK/SANITATION WORKERS
RTX5FM06
April 03, 2018
Side dishes including (clockwise from top right) cabbage, sweet potatoes, collard greens, rice, beans...
Memphis, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Memphis 50 years after MLK's death
Side dishes including (clockwise from top right) cabbage, sweet potatoes, collard greens, rice, beans and macaroni-and-cheese are ready to be served at Ms. Girlee's Soul Food Restaurant in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S., March 29, 2018. The restaurant is owned by Henry Leach and his family. Leach, who participated in the strike 50 years ago, said Martin Luther King came to the city for justice, not violence. "He came to help us get what we wanted. Like I tell you, he became like a father to us," the former sanitation worker said recently. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst SEARCH "MLK ERNST" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/
RTS1OGQJ
March 20, 2018
Soy (front) and corn plants are seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28,...
Chivilcoy, Argentina
Soy and corn plants are seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy
Soy (front) and corn plants are seen in a drought-affected farm near Chivilcoy, Argentina February 28, 2018. Picture taken on February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/VIETNAM
RTX4SMF9
February 08, 2018
A woman mixes green bean powder and pork to make banh chung, or rice cakes, for sale ahead of Tet, the...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A woman mixes green bean powder and pork to make banh chung, or rice cakes, for sale ahead of Tet, the...
A woman mixes green bean powder and pork to make banh chung, or rice cakes, for sale ahead of Tet, the traditional Vietnamese Lunar New Year festival, in Tranh Khuc village, outside Hanoi, Vietnam February 8, 2018. REUTERS/Kham
GLOBAL-FOOD/
RTX4OQHE
February 03, 2018
Black beans are seen at the kitchen of "Go Green" restaurant in La Paz, Bolivia, February 2, 2018. Picture...
La Paz, Bolivia
Black beans are seen at the kitchen of "Go Green" restaurant in La Paz
Black beans are seen at the kitchen of "Go Green" restaurant in La Paz, Bolivia, February 2, 2018. Picture taken in February 2, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado
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
FRANCE-FOOD/
RTX309MH
February 09, 2017
Green beans and tomatoes are seen on a vegetables stall of a greengrocer in Marseille, France, February...
Marseille, France
Green beans and tomatoes are seen on a vegetables stall of a greengrocer in Marseille
Green beans and tomatoes are seen on a vegetables stall of a greengrocer in Marseille, France, February 9, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
USA-FARMING/ORGANIC
RTX2YHXT
January 11, 2017
FILE PHOTO - Pineapple guava, soy beans and okra are sold at the roadside stand at a in Ranch Santa Fe,...
RANCH SANTA FE, UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO -Pineapple guava, soy beans and okra are sold at the roadside stand at a in Ranch Santa Fe...
FILE PHOTO - Pineapple guava, soy beans and okra are sold at the roadside stand at a in Ranch Santa Fe, California, U.S. on October 5, 2007. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTX2NVKC
September 02, 2016
A container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia is unloaded at the Nespresso production plant, part of...
Romont, Switzerland
A container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia is unloaded at the Nespresso production plant in Romont...
A container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia is unloaded at the Nespresso production plant, part of food giant Nestle, in Romont, Switzerland, August 30, 2016. Picture taken August 30, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTX2NVJJ
September 02, 2016
A container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia is unloaded at the Nespresso production plant, part of...
Romont, Switzerland
A container of green coffee beans is unloaded at the Nespresso production plant in Romont
A container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia is unloaded at the Nespresso production plant, part of food giant Nestle, in Romont, Switzerland, August 30, 2016. Picture taken August 30, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTX2NVBV
September 02, 2016
A staff member opens a container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia at their arrival at the Nespresso...
Romont, Switzerland
A staff member opens a container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia at their arrival at the Nespresso...
A staff member opens a container of green coffee beans from Ethiopia at their arrival at the Nespresso production plant, part of food giant Nestle, in Romont, Switzerland, August 30, 2016. Picture taken August 30, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTX2NVBQ
September 02, 2016
A staff member checks green beans of Arabica after their arrival at Nespresso production plant, part...
Romont, Switzerland
A staff member checks green beans of Arabica at Nespresso production plant in Romont
A staff member checks green beans of Arabica after their arrival at Nespresso production plant, part of food giant Nestle, in Romont, Switzerland, August 30, 2016. Picture taken August 30, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTX2NVBP
September 02, 2016
Green coffee beans from Ethiopia are unloaded at the Nespresso production plant, part of food giant Nestle,...
Romont, Switzerland
Green coffee beans from Ethiopia are unloaded at the Nespresso production plant in Romont
Green coffee beans from Ethiopia are unloaded at the Nespresso production plant, part of food giant Nestle, in Romont, Switzerland, August 30, 2016. Picture taken August 30, 2016. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
CENTRALAMERICA-CLIMATECHANGE/COFFEE-COCOA
RTX2MT5G
August 24, 2016
A coffee plant with green coffee beans is seen at El Carmen Estate in Jayaque, El Salvador July 20, 2016....
Jayaque, El Salvador
A coffee plant with green coffee beans is seen at El Carmen Estate in Jayaque
A coffee plant with green coffee beans is seen at El Carmen Estate in Jayaque, El Salvador July 20, 2016. Picture taken July 20, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
AUSTRIA-FOOD/
RTX2AT9E
April 20, 2016
Green beans are on display at a shop of a food market in Vienna, Austria, April 19, 2016. REUTERS/Leonhard...
Vienna, Austria
Green beans are on display at a shop of a food market in Vienna
Green beans are on display at a shop of a food market in Vienna, Austria, April 19, 2016. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
AUSTRIA-FOOD/
RTX2AT99
April 20, 2016
Green beans are on display at a shop of a food market in Vienna, Austria, April 19, 2016. REUTERS/Leonhard...
Vienna, Austria
Green beans are on display at a shop of a food market in Vienna
Green beans are on display at a shop of a food market in Vienna, Austria, April 19, 2016. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
FINLAND-PULLEDOATS/
RTX24EJ4
January 28, 2016
Finnish food technology start-up Gold & Green founders Maija Itkonen (L) and Reetta Kivela pose for a...
Helsinki, Finland
Finnish food technology start-up Gold & Green founders Maija Itkonen and Reetta Kivela pose for a picture...
Finnish food technology start-up Gold & Green founders Maija Itkonen (L) and Reetta Kivela pose for a picture in Helsinki, Finland, January 21, 2016. Nordic oats and broad beans are the main ingredients for a new plant-based product that looks like pulled pork and tastes a bit like chicken which a Finnish start-up company hopes will soon be tempting consumers' growing appetite for meat substitutes. Picture taken January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Attila Cser
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGL0
December 20, 2015
A worker fills a 1-tonne super sack with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker fills a 1-tonne super sack with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker fills a 1-tonne super sack with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKX
December 20, 2015
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKW
December 20, 2015
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKV
December 20, 2015
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKD
December 20, 2015
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt in a coffee warehouse in Santos...
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKC
December 20, 2015
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos...
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGJG
December 20, 2015
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGJF
December 20, 2015
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFW
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFT
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFR
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFQ
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFK
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export onto a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export onto a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export onto a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
ALGERIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTX1FOV7
June 08, 2015
Farmers harvest green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers, Algeria June 3, 2015. Besides...
Tipaza, Algeria
Farmers harvest green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers
Farmers harvest green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers, Algeria June 3, 2015. Besides falling energy revenues, Algeria also has a growing number of mouths to feed, with the population put at 40 million and increasing by an estimated one million a year. Main foodstuffs, including cereals, sugar and milk are subsidised, but there is no such help for some products such as vegetables, which keeps prices high. Official statistics show the state imports on average five million tonnes of wheat and barley a year, but that figure appears to be climbing. It hit some 7.4 million in 2014. Algeria last year took its first steps towards opening up the farming sector to foreign investors, inviting bids for 16 state-owned farms focused on grains, vegetables, fruit trees and cattle breeding. Picture taken June 3, 2015. To match story ALGERIA-AGRICULTURE/ REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
ALGERIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTX1FOUS
June 08, 2015
A farmer harvests green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers, Algeria June 3, 2015....
Tipaza, Algeria
A farmer harvests green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers
A farmer harvests green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers, Algeria June 3, 2015. Besides falling energy revenues, Algeria also has a growing number of mouths to feed, with the population put at 40 million and increasing by an estimated one million a year. Main foodstuffs, including cereals, sugar and milk are subsidised, but there is no such help for some products such as vegetables, which keeps prices high. Official statistics show the state imports on average five million tonnes of wheat and barley a year, but that figure appears to be climbing. It hit some 7.4 million in 2014. Algeria last year took its first steps towards opening up the farming sector to foreign investors, inviting bids for 16 state-owned farms focused on grains, vegetables, fruit trees and cattle breeding. Picture taken June 3, 2015. To match story ALGERIA-AGRICULTURE/ REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
ALGERIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTX1FOUO
June 08, 2015
A farmer harvests green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers, Algeria June 3, 2015....
Tipaza, Algeria
A farmer harvests green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers
A farmer harvests green beans for sale at the field in Tipaza, west of Algiers, Algeria June 3, 2015. Besides falling energy revenues, Algeria also has a growing number of mouths to feed, with the population put at 40 million and increasing by an estimated one million a year. Main foodstuffs, including cereals, sugar and milk are subsidised, but there is no such help for some products such as vegetables, which keeps prices high. Official statistics show the state imports on average five million tonnes of wheat and barley a year, but that figure appears to be climbing. It hit some 7.4 million in 2014. Algeria last year took its first steps towards opening up the farming sector to foreign investors, inviting bids for 16 state-owned farms focused on grains, vegetables, fruit trees and cattle breeding. Picture taken June 3, 2015. To match story ALGERIA-AGRICULTURE/ REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
FRANCE-RUNGIS/
RTR4I1MZ
December 15, 2014
A box of Yuzu, a citrus fruit and plant originating in East Asia, is displayed at Rungis International...
RUNGIS, France
A box of Yuzu, a citrus fruit and plant originating in East Asia, is displayed at Rungis International...
A box of Yuzu, a citrus fruit and plant originating in East Asia, is displayed at Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday season in Rungis, south of Paris, December 11, 2014. The holidays are a busy time at Rungis, the largest fresh food market the world, where wholesalers selling everything from oysters and salmon to gruyere, green beans and sides of beef is abuzz the week before Christmas. Located 7 kilometres south of Paris, Rungis is spread over 234 hectares and employs some 12,000 workers. Rungis had sales of 9 billion euros ($11.22 billion) in 2013, up 3.8 percent from 2012. Picture taken December 11, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE-RUNGIS/
RTR4I1MW
December 15, 2014
A view shows the meat pavillion at Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday...
RUNGIS, France
A view shows the meat pavillion at Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday...
A view shows the meat pavillion at Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday season in Rungis, south of Paris, December 11, 2014. The holidays are a busy time at Rungis, the largest fresh food market the world, where wholesalers selling everything from oysters and salmon to gruyere, green beans and sides of beef is abuzz the week before Christmas. Located 7 kilometres south of Paris, Rungis is spread over 234 hectares and employs some 12,000 workers. Rungis had sales of 9 billion euros ($11.22 billion) in 2013, up 3.8 percent from 2012. Picture taken December 11, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
FRANCE-RUNGIS/
RTR4I1MS
December 15, 2014
Swiss chard is seen at Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday season in Rungis,...
RUNGIS, France
Swiss chard is seen at Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday season in Rungis,...
Swiss chard is seen at Rungis International food market as buyers prepare for the holiday season in Rungis, south of Paris, December 11, 2014. The holidays are a busy time at Rungis, the largest fresh food market the world, where wholesalers selling everything from oysters and salmon to gruyere, green beans and sides of beef is abuzz the week before Christmas. Located 7 kilometres south of Paris, Rungis is spread over 234 hectares and employs some 12,000 workers. Rungis had sales of 9 billion euros ($11.22 billion) in 2013, up 3.8 percent from 2012. Picture taken December 11, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
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