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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3A3C0
June 02, 2020
Staff at a coffee and ice cream cabin are seen wearing protective face masks as people enjoy the hot...
London, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in London
Staff at a coffee and ice cream cabin are seen wearing protective face masks as people enjoy the hot weather in Greenwich Park following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), London, Britain, June 1, 2020. Picture taken June 1, 2020. REUTERS/Steven Watt
STARBUCKS-TRAINING/ANTI-BIAS
RTX66PTA
May 29, 2018
Nikko Harris, 28, places a straw in his iced coffee, before more than 8,000 branches nationwide will...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Nikko Harris, 28, places a straw in his iced coffee, before more than 8,000 branches nationwide will...
Nikko Harris, 28, places a straw in his iced coffee, before more than 8,000 branches nationwide will close this afternoon for anti-bias training, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S., May 29, 2018. REUTERS/Mark Makela
BRITAIN-CHOGM/PLASTIC
RTX5T3S5
April 19, 2018
A drinking straw protrudes from an iced coffee at a McDonalds restaurant in Loughborough, Britain April...
Loughborough, United Kingdom
A drinking straw protrudes from an iced coffee at a McDonalds restaurant in Loughborough
A drinking straw protrudes from an iced coffee at a McDonalds restaurant in Loughborough, Britain April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Staples
USA-MARIJUANA/
RTX3GH7F
September 15, 2017
THC infused iced tea and coffee is seen at the Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition, a trade...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
THC infused iced tea and coffee is seen at the Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition, a trade...
THC infused iced tea and coffee is seen at the Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition, a trade show for the legalized adult use, medical marijuana and industrial hemp industries, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., September 15, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-IMMIGRATION/ICE
RTX36A3P
May 17, 2017
An hour before dawn on May 11, a team of 10 officers for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)...
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: An ICE immigration raid in California
An hour before dawn on May 11, a team of 10 officers for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) began assembling outside a coffee shop in the Southern California beach community of San Clemente. The officers were about to embark on a targeted enforcement action, aiming to pick up five men believed to be in violation of U.S. immigration laws. The men had all been convicted of crimes, ranging from drunk driving to attempted murder, making them high priority targets for deportation. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson SEARCH "NICHOLSON ARREST" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: USA-IMMIGRATION/ICE
STARBUCKS-LAWSUIT/
RTS15BFI
May 05, 2017
An iced "Unicorn Latte" is pictured at the cafe The End in New York, U.S. May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas...
New York, UNITED STATES
An iced "Unicorn Latte" is pictured at the cafe The End in New York
An iced "Unicorn Latte" is pictured at the cafe The End in New York, U.S. May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS159XH
May 05, 2017
A barista creates 3D latte art on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar...
Singapore, Singapore
A barista creates 3D latte art on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore
A barista creates 3D latte art on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar Su
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS159XD
May 05, 2017
Glasses of iced coffee with 3D latte art of cats and Hello Kitty are pictured at a cafe in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Glasses of iced coffee with 3D latte art of cats and Hello Kitty are pictured at a cafe in Singapore
Glasses of iced coffee with 3D latte art of cats and Hello Kitty are pictured at a cafe in Singapore May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar Su
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS159XB
May 05, 2017
A barista creates a Hello Kitty 3D latte art on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore May 5, 2017....
Singapore, Singapore
A barista creates a Hello Kitty 3D latte art on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore
A barista creates a Hello Kitty 3D latte art on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar Su
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS159WU
May 05, 2017
A barista creates 3D latte art of cats on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar...
Singapore, Singapore
A barista creates 3D latte art of cats on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore
A barista creates 3D latte art of cats on a cup of iced coffee at a cafe in Singapore May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar Su
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS159S8
May 05, 2017
A Filipina Barista uses a timer as she makes a serving of Japanese-Ice drip coffee at Magnum Opus coffee...
Manila, Philippines
A Filipina Barista uses a timer as she makes a serving of Japanese-Ice drip coffee at Magnum Opus coffee...
A Filipina Barista uses a timer as she makes a serving of Japanese-Ice drip coffee at Magnum Opus coffee shop in Paranaque, Metro Manila, Philippines May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS154XW
May 04, 2017
A cup of iced coffee is seen, as a woman works on her laptop, at Java Lounge coffee shop in Colombo,...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Coffee cup is seen as woman works on laptop at Java Lounge coffee shop in Colombo
A cup of iced coffee is seen, as a woman works on her laptop, at Java Lounge coffee shop in Colombo, Sri Lanka May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS153JX
May 04, 2017
A fruit vendor drinks iced coffee in Hanoi, Vietnam May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
Hanoi, Vietnam
A fruit vendor drinks iced coffee in Hanoi
A fruit vendor drinks iced coffee in Hanoi, Vietnam May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
STARBUCKS-LAWSUIT/
RTX2CHZB
May 02, 2016
A barista pours a drink at a newly designed Starbucks coffee shop in Fountain Valley, California August...
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, UNITED STATES
A barista pours a drink at a newly designed Starbucks coffee shop in Fountain Valley, California
A barista pours a drink at a newly designed Starbucks coffee shop in Fountain Valley, California August 22, 2013. A Chicago woman has sued Starbucks Corp in federal court, claiming the world's largest coffee chain puts too much ice in chilled drinks, and is seeking $5 million. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo
INDIA-COFFEE DAY/
RTX1UDL4
November 02, 2015
A customers drinks iced coffee at a Cafe Coffee Day outlet in Mumbai, India, November 2, 2015. Shares...
Mumbai, India
A customers drinks iced coffee at a Cafe Coffee Day outlet in Mumbai
A customers drinks iced coffee at a Cafe Coffee Day outlet in Mumbai, India, November 2, 2015. Shares in Coffee Day Enterprises, operator of India's biggest coffee chain, fell as much as 15.5 percent on its debut on Monday, as investors fretted over a generous price tag they said underestimated concerns around its complex structure. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
USA-ODDLY/
RTS4AO1
October 13, 2015
A woman sips an iced coffee drink from Starbucks in front of a reflection of a U.S. flag in Times Square...
New York, UNITED STATES
Woman sips an iced coffee drink from Starbucks in front of a reflection of a U.S. flag in Times Square...
A woman sips an iced coffee drink from Starbucks in front of a reflection of a U.S. flag in Times Square in the Manhattan borough of New York October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-COFFEE-SUMMER C
RTX1MSXF
August 03, 2015
USA-COFFEE-SUMMER - Compares process of making regular iced coffee with making cold brewed coffee. (SIN03)...
UNITED STATES
USA-COFFEE-SUMMER C
USA-COFFEE-SUMMER - Compares process of making regular iced coffee with making cold brewed coffee. (SIN03)
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSL2
August 03, 2015
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap at its cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSL0
August 03, 2015
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap at its cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSK8
August 03, 2015
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
New York, UNITED STATES
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap is seen at Guy & Gallard cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSJJ
August 03, 2015
A coffee cup of a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of...
New York, UNITED STATES
A coffee cup of a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of...
A coffee cup of a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap is seen at Guy & Gallard cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSIU
August 03, 2015
A coffee cup of a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of...
New York, UNITED STATES
A coffee cup of a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of...
A coffee cup of a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap is seen at Guy & Gallard cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSIS
August 03, 2015
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
New York, UNITED STATES
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee...
The machine used to serve a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap is seen at Guy & Gallard cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. . Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSI7
August 03, 2015
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap at its cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015 Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-COFFEE/SUMMER
RTX1MSHU
August 03, 2015
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster...
A Guy & Gallard cafeteria employee serves a nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Brooklyn-based roaster Gillies Coffee out of a tap at its cafeteria in New York July 31, 2015. Hector Mai, manager of a Guy & Gallard cafeteria in midtown Manhattan, began serving cold brew this summer and has already noticed iced tea sales declining. Cold brew is made by steeping fresh ground coffee in cold water for between 12 and 24 hours, while traditional iced coffee is made by cooling hot-brewed coffee and serving it over ice. The cool temperature and lack of movement, however, mean not as much flavor and strength is extracted from each bean compared to hot or traditional iced coffee, prompting some roasters to use a larger dose of ground coffee in cold brew blends. To Match Insight USA-COFFEE/SUMMER Picture taken July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-OBAMA/
RTR40OZS
July 30, 2014
U.S. President Barack Obama orders an iced tea while in Parkville Coffee shop on Main Street in Parkville,...
PARKVILLE, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama orders an iced tea while in Parkville Coffee shop on Main Street in Parkville,...
U.S. President Barack Obama orders an iced tea while in Parkville Coffee shop on Main Street in Parkville, Missouri, July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
Business
Business
"Dumb Starbucks" Opens - 11 Feb 2014
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JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/
RTR3FO94
October 06, 2013
A shopper is seen behind a Seven & I Holdings' logo at a 7-Eleven convenience store in Tokyo October...
Tokyo, Japan
A shopper is seen behind a Seven & I Holdings' logo at a 7-Eleven convenience store in Tokyo
A shopper is seen behind a Seven & I Holdings' logo at a 7-Eleven convenience store in Tokyo October 4, 2013. Gourmet coffee and ice cream at 7-Eleven. Cashmere sweaters at Uniqlo. These incongruously premium offerings by two of Japan's biggest retailers are part of a strategy to lift profit margins by enticing thrifty shoppers to splurge on little luxuries. Uniqlo brand owner Fast Retailing and Seven & I Holdings Co Ltd plans to boost spending per customer are being challenged as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive economic stimulus has done little to loosen the purse strings of Japan's traditionally frugal consumers. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match story JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/ REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY LOGO)
JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/
RTR3FO8W
October 06, 2013
Mannequins wearing cashmere clothes are displayed at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in...
Tokyo, Japan
Mannequins wearing cashmere clothes are displayed at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in...
Mannequins wearing cashmere clothes are displayed at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4, 2013. Cashmere sweaters at Uniqlo. Gourmet coffee and ice cream at 7-Eleven. These incongruously premium offerings by two of Japan's biggest retailers are part of a strategy to lift profit margins by enticing thrifty shoppers to splurge on little luxuries. Uniqlo brand owner Fast Retailing and Seven & I Holdings Co Ltd plans to boost spending per customer are being challenged as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive economic stimulus has done little to loosen the purse strings of Japan's traditionally frugal consumers. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match story JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/ REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/
RTR3FO8R
October 06, 2013
Women check cashmere clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4, 2013....
Tokyo, Japan
Women check cashmere clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo
Women check cashmere clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4, 2013. Cashmere sweaters at Uniqlo. Gourmet coffee and ice cream at 7-Eleven. These incongruously premium offerings by two of Japan's biggest retailers are part of a strategy to lift profit margins by enticing thrifty shoppers to splurge on little luxuries. Uniqlo brand owner Fast Retailing and Seven & I Holdings Co Ltd plans to boost spending per customer are being challenged as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive economic stimulus has done little to loosen the purse strings of Japan's traditionally frugal consumers. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match story JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/ REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/
RTR3FO8N
October 06, 2013
A woman checks clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4, 2013. Cashmere...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman checks clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo
A woman checks clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4, 2013. Cashmere sweaters at Uniqlo. Gourmet coffee and ice cream at 7-Eleven. These incongruously premium offerings by two of Japan's biggest retailers are part of a strategy to lift profit margins by enticing thrifty shoppers to splurge on little luxuries. Uniqlo brand owner Fast Retailing and Seven & I Holdings Co Ltd plans to boost spending per customer are being challenged as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive economic stimulus has done little to loosen the purse strings of Japan's traditionally frugal consumers. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match story JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/ REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY LOGO)
JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/
RTR3FO8G
October 06, 2013
Mannequins wearing cashmere clothes are displayed at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in...
Tokyo, Japan
Mannequins wearing cashmere clothes are displayed at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in...
Mannequins wearing cashmere clothes are displayed at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4, 2013. Cashmere sweaters at Uniqlo. Gourmet coffee and ice cream at 7-Eleven. These incongruously premium offerings by two of Japan's biggest retailers are part of a strategy to lift profit margins by enticing thrifty shoppers to splurge on little luxuries. Uniqlo brand owner Fast Retailing and Seven & I Holdings Co Ltd plans to boost spending per customer are being challenged as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive economic stimulus has done little to loosen the purse strings of Japan's traditionally frugal consumers. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match story JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/ REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/
RTR3FO8E
October 06, 2013
A woman checks cashmere clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4,...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman checks cashmere clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo
A woman checks cashmere clothes at Fast Retailing's Uniqlo casual clothing store in Tokyo October 4, 2013. Cashmere sweaters at Uniqlo. Gourmet coffee and ice cream at 7-Eleven. These incongruously premium offerings by two of Japan's biggest retailers are part of a strategy to lift profit margins by enticing thrifty shoppers to splurge on little luxuries. Uniqlo brand owner Fast Retailing and Seven & I Holdings Co Ltd plans to boost spending per customer are being challenged as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive economic stimulus has done little to loosen the purse strings of Japan's traditionally frugal consumers. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match story JAPAN-FASTRETAILING/ REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCS
July 26, 2013
Coffee packages are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25,...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Coffee packages are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena
Coffee packages are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCR
July 26, 2013
Coffee products are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25,...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Coffee products are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena
Coffee products are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCQ
July 26, 2013
Coffee mugs are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013....
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Coffee mugs are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena
Coffee mugs are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
US-STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCN
July 26, 2013
Packs of coffee are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25,...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Packs of coffee are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena
Packs of coffee are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
US-STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCI
July 26, 2013
Patrons sit outside a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Patrons sit outside a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena
Patrons sit outside a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
US-STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCH
July 26, 2013
A patron holds an iced beverage at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
A patron holds an iced beverage at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena
A patron holds an iced beverage at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
US-STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCG
July 26, 2013
Coffee products are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25,...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Coffee products are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena
Coffee products are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
US-STARBUCKS-RESULTS/
RTX11ZCF
July 26, 2013
Coffee packs are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013....
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Coffee packs are pictured on display at a Starbucks Coffee store in Pasadena
Coffee packs are pictured on display at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, California July 25, 2013. Starbucks Corp on Thursday posted a bigger than expected jump in quarterly profit after new fruit "Refresher" energy drinks and seasonal Frappuccino iced beverages helped drive more visits to shops in the United States, its top market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
STARBUCKS/
RTR35BIA
July 25, 2012
An iced coffee sits on a counter in a Starbucks outlet in New York July 25, 2012. Starbucks Corp. will...
New York, UNITED STATES
Iced coffee sits on a counter in a Starbucks outlet in New York
An iced coffee sits on a counter in a Starbucks outlet in New York July 25, 2012. Starbucks Corp. will report earnings on July 26. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA/
RTR32P8D
May 27, 2012
A waiter at a newly opened specialist coffee shop pours an iced-coffee drink for the members of a cupping...
Beijing, China
A waiter at a newly opened specialist coffee shop pours an iced-coffee drink for the members of a cupping...
A waiter at a newly opened specialist coffee shop pours an iced-coffee drink for the members of a cupping (tasting) class in Beijing May 26, 2012. Coffee culture is relatively new to China and though the market is growing rapidly, it remains very small compared to the United States and Europe, with estimates that China's average coffee consumption is just three cups per person per year, while the world's average is around 240 cups. Picture taken May 26, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRFG
January 24, 2012
An interior view of a branch of Nairobi Java House in Nairobi, January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
An interior view of a branch of Nairobi Java House in Nairobi, January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 20, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRFF
January 24, 2012
Customers sit on the veranda of a branch of Nairobi Java House in Nairobi, January 20, 2012. Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
Customers sit on the veranda of a branch of Nairobi Java House in Nairobi, January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 20, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRFE
January 24, 2012
Coffee beans are seen in a bag at a branch of Nairobi Java House in Nairobi, January 21, 2012. Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
MOVES 0700GMT TUESDAY JANUARY 24 - To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
Coffee beans are seen in a bag at a branch of Nairobi Java House in Nairobi, January 21, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 21, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRCU
January 24, 2012
Coffee beans are poured into a bag at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 21, 2012. Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
Coffee beans are poured into a bag at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 21, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 21, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRCF
January 24, 2012
Coffee beans are seen at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 21, 2012. Kenya's rich and new...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
Coffee beans are seen at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 21, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 21, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRCE
January 24, 2012
A cappuccino is prepared at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 21, 2012. Kenya's rich and...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
A cappuccino is prepared at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 21, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 21, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRCB
January 24, 2012
A worker prepares coffee at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
A worker prepares coffee at a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle lasses have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 20, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRCA
January 24, 2012
An interior view of a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
An interior view of a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 20, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
RTR2WRC9
January 24, 2012
An interior view of a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION
An interior view of a Nairobi Java House outlet in Nairobi January 20, 2012. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for coffee and ice cream. That's just one sign that African states such as Kenya are changing. Even as rich countries face slowdown, sub-Saharan African economies are expected to post nearly 6 percent average growth in 2012, according to the IMF. A study by the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank, has pointed to the potential of the continent's more than 1 billion people, millions of whom have moved out of subsistence agriculture and into urban jobs over the past decade. Picture taken January 20, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA/SPENDERS-INFLATION REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2VN0V
December 26, 2011
Tourists walk past a coffee shop covered by shaped snow ahead of the 13th Harbin Ice and Snow World in...
Harbin, China
Tourists walk past a coffee shop covered by shaped snow ahead of the 13th Harbin Ice and Snow World in...
Tourists walk past a coffee shop covered by shaped snow ahead of the 13th Harbin Ice and Snow World in Harbin, Heilongjiang province December 26, 2011. The Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival will be officially launched on January 5, 2012. REUTERS/Sheng Li (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
NHL-STANLEY/
RTR2NQ7B
June 16, 2011
Passersby look at the damage of a destroyed coffee shop as a result of the rioting after the Vancouver...
Vancouver, UNITED STATES
Passersby look at the damage of a destroyed coffee shop in Vancouver
Passersby look at the damage of a destroyed coffee shop as a result of the rioting after the Vancouver Canucks lost Game-7, the final and deciding game of the Stanley Cup playoffs to the Boston Bruins, in Vancouver, British Columbia, June 15, 2011. Some of the crowd of more than 100,000 Canadian hockey fans turned violent after the game. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY CIVIL UNREST)
USA-POLITICS/
RTR2085C
May 05, 2008
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) stands under a ceiling light as he...
Durham, UNITED STATES
U.S. Presidential candidate Obama orders coffee and food in Durham
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) stands under a ceiling light as he orders iced coffee and cake during his visit to the Blue Coffee Cafe in Durham, North Carolina, May 5, 2008. Indiana and North Carolina will hold their Presidential Primaries on May 6. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA)
USA/
RTR1ZMY7
April 18, 2008
Colombia's Vice President Francisco Santos (C) pays for iced coffee drinks for himself and U.S. Trade...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Colombia's Vice President Santos pays for drinks in Washington
Colombia's Vice President Francisco Santos (C) pays for iced coffee drinks for himself and U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab (R) before a meeting on the Colombian Free Trade Agreement, at the Juan Valdez Coffee Company Store in Washington April 18, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1ZMY0
April 18, 2008
Colombia's Vice President Francisco Santos (L) and U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab wait for iced...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Colombia's Vice President Santos and US Trade Representative Schwab wait for drinks in Washington
Colombia's Vice President Francisco Santos (L) and U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab wait for iced coffee drinks before holding a meeting on the Colombian Free Trade Agreement, at the Juan Valdez Coffee Company Store in Washington April 18, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
NICARAGUA
RTR1J5NU
November 08, 2006
Sandinista Front leader and Nicaragua's President-elect Daniel Ortega (L) drinks iced coffee with President...
Managua, Nicaragua
Sandinista Front leader and Nicaragua's President-elect Ortega drinks iced coffee with President Bolanos...
Sandinista Front leader and Nicaragua's President-elect Daniel Ortega (L) drinks iced coffee with President Enrique Bolanos after a meeting at the Presidential House in Managua November 8, 2006. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
BUSH KENYA
RTR4E1S
October 06, 2003
White House Chief Pastry Chef Roland Mesnier shows an Arabica ice cream and
coffee liquor parfait which...
Washington, United States of America
WHITE HOUSE PASTY CHEF MESNIER SHOWS THE STATE DINNER DESSERT IN
WASHINGTON.
White House Chief Pastry Chef Roland Mesnier shows an Arabica ice cream and
coffee liquor parfait which will be the dessert for a White House State
Dinner being hosted by U.S. President George W. Bush for Kenyan President
Mwai Kibaki and his wife Lucy in the state dining room of the White House in
Washington, October 6, 2003. Bush will host a state dinner for President
Kibaki later in today, the first such dinner for an African head of State
since Bush took power. REUTERS/Jason Reed PP03100034

JIR/GAC
CRUICKSHANK
RTXKMMN
July 15, 2001
George Cruickshank, also known as His Imperial Majesty George II, makes coffee in what he claims is the...
Sydney, Australia
George Cruickshank, also known as His Imperial Majesty George II, makes coffee in what he claims is .....
George Cruickshank, also known as His Imperial Majesty George II, makes coffee in what he claims is the world's smallest independent state known as the Empire of Atlantium in the Sydney suburb of Potts Point July 15, 2001. The state, an inner-city apartment measuring just 60 square metres, was founded in 1981 by three young teenagers in the backyard of a relative's house as a political statement that the requirements of geographical boundries in the modern world of communications was unecessary. Since then, Atlantium has grown into the world's premier global sovereignity movement and virtual state, with the population currently residing in more than thirty-five countries. The empire's official language is Latin, and they have a calender system known as the Annus Novas System that calculates the date since the last Ice Age.
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