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GLOBAL-FOOD/
RTS1LOCB
January 30, 2018
A package of meat-free meatloaf is seen in this illustration photo January 29, 2018. Picture taken...
Singapore, Singapore
Illustration photo of meat-free meatloaf
A package of meat-free meatloaf is seen in this illustration photo January 29, 2018. Picture taken January 29, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration
PEOPLE-MEATLOAF/
RTX2GPCF
June 17, 2016
U.S. singer Meat Loaf performs during the German game show "Wetten Dass" (Bet it...?) in the southern...
Friedrichshafen, Germany
Meat Loaf performs during the German game show "Wetten Dass" in Friedrichshafen
U.S. singer Meat Loaf performs during the German game show "Wetten Dass" (Bet it...?) in the southern German town of Friedrichshafen December 3, 2011. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5UJ5
October 23, 2015
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon"...
Paris, France
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon",...
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon" (L), "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf" (C) and "Old style eggs", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured), in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with celebrity chefs. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5U6T
October 23, 2015
A dish of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademark of French chef Christian Constant...
Paris, France
A dish of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademark of French chef Christian Constant,...
A dish of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademark of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured), cooked by Chef Thomas Bruno (not pictured) is seen in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with celebrity chefs. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5U4J
October 23, 2015
A dish of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademark of French chef Christian Constant...
Paris, France
A dish of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademark of French chef Christian Constant,...
A dish of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademark of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured), cooked by Chef Thomas Bruno (not pictured) is seen in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with celebrity chefs. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5U2B
October 23, 2015
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon"...
Paris, France
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon",...
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon" (L), "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf" (C) and "Old style eggs", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured), in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with celebrity chef. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5TYV
October 23, 2015
Dishes of "Steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon" (R), "Caramelized potatoes...
Paris, France
Dishes of steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon, caramelized potatoes stuffed...
Dishes of "Steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon" (R), "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf" (C) and "Old style eggs", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured) and cooked by Chef Thomas Bruno (not pictured) are seen in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with celebrity chef. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5TP1
October 23, 2015
Dishes of "Steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon" (R), "Caramelized potatoes...
Paris, France
Dishes of Steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon, Caramelized potatoes stuffed...
Dishes of "Steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon" (R), "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf" (C) and "Old style eggs", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured) and cooked by Chef Thomas Bruno (not pictured) are seen in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with celebrity chefs. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5TNF
October 23, 2015
A serving of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant...
Paris, France
A serving of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant,...
A serving of "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured), cooked by Chef Thomas Bruno (not pictured) are seen in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with celebrity chefs. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HOTELS-ACCORD/FOOD
RTS5TNB
October 23, 2015
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon"...
Paris, France
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon",...
Chef Thomas Bruno holds a tray with "steamed cod with seasonal vegetables cooked in olive oil and lemon" (L), "Caramelized potatoes stuffed with pork meatloaf" (C) and "Old style eggs", trademarks of French chef Christian Constant (not pictured), in AccorHotels' Sofitel Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France, October 23, 2015. Hoteliers who have in the past relied mainly on hotel guests for trade are now offering separate entrances for restaurants, partnering with a celebrity chefs. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
BRAZIL-WORLDUCP/
RTR3O25Y
May 06, 2014
A British meatloaf dish is pictured at a restaurant offering a special menu for the upcoming 2014 Brazil...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A British meatloaf dish is pictured at a restaurant offering a special menu for the upcoming 2014 Brazil...
A British meatloaf dish is pictured at a restaurant offering a special menu for the upcoming 2014 Brazil World Cup as part of the 'Bom Prato' (Good Plate) program in Sao Paulo May 6, 2014. The program, which is sponsored by the Sao Paulo government, changes its menu every week to offer dishes from various participating countries who have qualified for the World Cup at a subsidized rate of one Brazilian Real ($0.45) per serving. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQJ
March 04, 2013
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility is pictured in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility is pictured in South Sioux City, Nebraska
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility is pictured in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQG
March 04, 2013
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters is pictured in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012....
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters is pictured in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters is pictured in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQB
March 04, 2013
Nick Roth (L), Jennifer Letch (C) and Craig Letch pose for a photograph at Beef Products Inc company...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Nick Roth, Jennifer Letch and Craig Letch pose for a photograph at Beef Products Inc company headquarters...
Nick Roth (L), Jennifer Letch (C) and Craig Letch pose for a photograph at Beef Products Inc company headquarters in Dakota Dunes, South DakotaNovember 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQ5
March 04, 2013
(Counterclockwise from bottom left) Eldon Roth, founder and CEO of Beef Products Inc (BPI) and his wife...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Eldon Roth, founder and CEO of Beef Products Inc and his wife Regina pose with their son, Nick, son-in-law...
(Counterclockwise from bottom left) Eldon Roth, founder and CEO of Beef Products Inc (BPI) and his wife Regina pose for a photograph with their son, Nick Roth, son-in-law Craig Letch and daughter Jennifer Letch at their company headquarters in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQ0
March 04, 2013
Jason Gaswint keeps an eye on equipment readings from the Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters operations...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Jason Gaswint keeps an eye on equipment readings from the Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters operations...
Jason Gaswint keeps an eye on equipment readings from the Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters operations center in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPU
March 04, 2013
Edible beef tallow, one of the byproducts of producing lean, finely textured beef (LFTB), is pictured...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Edible beef tallow, one of the byproducts of producing lean, finely textured beef (LFTB), is pictured...
Edible beef tallow, one of the byproducts of producing lean, finely textured beef (LFTB), is pictured at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPP
March 04, 2013
Tanya Chavez measures a sample of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) for oil, moisture and protein content...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Tanya Chavez measures a sample of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) for oil, moisture and protein content...
Tanya Chavez measures a sample of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) for oil, moisture and protein content at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPI
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPF
March 04, 2013
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility...
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPD
March 04, 2013
Boneless beef trimmings that average about 70% fat from which lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is created...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Boneless beef trimmings that average about 70% fat from which lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is created...
Boneless beef trimmings that average about 70% fat from which lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is created from is pictured at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP8
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP7
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP5
March 04, 2013
A plant worker walks through the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
A plant worker walks through the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City
A plant worker walks through the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP3
March 04, 2013
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South...
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKOY
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKOW
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKOU
March 04, 2013
Plant workers walk through the Machine Shop at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City,...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Plant workers walk through the Machine Shop at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City...
Plant workers walk through the Machine Shop at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY
RTR39LCI
October 26, 2012
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, John Rich (2nd L), Big Kenny (L) and Meatloaf (R) as they...
DEFIANCE, UNITED STATES
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, John Rich, Big Kenny and Meatloaf as they sing "God Bless...
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, John Rich (2nd L), Big Kenny (L) and Meatloaf (R) as they sing "God Bless America" at a campaign rally in Defiance, Ohio October 25, 2012. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS USA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY
RTR39LCF
October 26, 2012
Meatloaf perfoms at a campaign rally with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Defiance, Ohio...
DEFIANCE, UNITED STATES
Meatloaf perfoms at a campaign rally with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Defiance
Meatloaf perfoms at a campaign rally with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Defiance, Ohio October 25, 2012. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY
RTR39LC8
October 26, 2012
Meatloaf perfoms at a campaign rally with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Defiance, Ohio...
DEFIANCE, UNITED STATES
Meatloaf perfoms at a campaign rally with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Defiance
Meatloaf perfoms at a campaign rally with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Defiance, Ohio October 25, 2012. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT)
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October 26, 2012
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney (C) is joined by Randy Owen (L), Meatloaf (2nd L), John Rich...
DEFIANCE, UNITED STATES
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is joined by Randy Owen, Meatloaf, John Rich and Big Kenny...
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney (C) is joined by Randy Owen (L), Meatloaf (2nd L), John Rich (2nd R) and Big Kenny as they sing "God Bless America" at a campaign rally in Defiance, Ohio October 25, 2012. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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April 11, 2011
Singer Meatloaf arrives at the 22nd annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer Meatloaf arrives at the 22nd annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media...
Singer Meatloaf arrives at the 22nd annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in Los Angeles, California April 10, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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April 11, 2011
Singer Meatloaf arrives at the 22nd annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer Meatloaf arrives at the 22nd annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media...
Singer Meatloaf arrives at the 22nd annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in Los Angeles, California April 10, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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June 21, 2010
Singer Meatloaf rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange, June 21, 2010. REUTERS/Brendan...
New York, UNITED STATES
Singer Meatloaf rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange
Singer Meatloaf rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange, June 21, 2010. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
SWEETWATER
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August 12, 1999
Actress Amy Jo Johnson, star of the new VH1 original movie "Sweetwater: A True Rock Story," poses with...
Los Angeles, USA
Actress Amy Jo Johnson, star of the new VH1 original movie "Sweetwater: A True Rock Story," poses wi.....
Actress Amy Jo Johnson, star of the new VH1 original movie "Sweetwater: A True Rock Story," poses with singer and actor Meatloaf at the film's premiere, August 11 in Los Angeles. The film tells the story of the rock group Sweetwater who were the opening act at the Woodstock music festival in 1967. Meatloaf was a guest at the premiere.
ROYALS
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September 12, 1995
The Princess of Wales is escorted by opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti to his concert "Luciano Pavarotti...
The Princess of Wales is escorted by opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti to his concert "Luciano Pavarott.....
The Princess of Wales is escorted by opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti to his concert "Luciano Pavarotti and friends together for the children of Bosnia " September 12. Diana is lending support to the concert in aid of the young victims of Bosnia. Also taking part in the concert are Bono, Meatloaf, Michael Bolton, Simon Le Bon and other artists. September 12
SHOWBIZ
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September 12, 1995
From L to R) Rock star's Brian Eno, U2's Bono, The Edge and opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti congradulate...
From L to R) Rock star's Brian Eno, U2's Bono, The Edge and opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti congradula.....
From L to R) Rock star's Brian Eno, U2's Bono, The Edge and opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti congradulate each other after completing the song "Miss Sarajevo" during the concert "Luciano Pavarotti and friends together for the children of Bosnia" on September 12. Also taking part in the "War Child" concert is Meatloaf, Michael Bolton, Simon Le Bon, and The Cranberries
MUSIC
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February 16, 1993
American singer Cher (R) and musician Meatloaf, Jim Steinman pose for photographers as they arrive for...
American singer Cher (R) and musician Meatloaf, Jim Steinman pose for photographers as they arrive f.....
American singer Cher (R) and musician Meatloaf, Jim Steinman pose for photographers as they arrive for the Brit Awards February 16. Both were there to present awards to Britain's top recording artists
MANDELA CONCERT
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June 10, 1988
Inside Wembley Arena in London on June 10, 1988, are (L-R) pop singer Little Steven; Archbishop Trevor...
London, United Kingdom
Singer Little Steven, Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, President of the Anti-Apartheid Movemnet; Ismael...
Inside Wembley Arena in London on June 10, 1988, are (L-R) pop singer Little Steven; Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, President of the Anti-Apartheid Movemnet; Ismael Ayumb, Lawyer for jailed black nationalist Nelson Mandela and pop singer Meatloaf. A concert will be held at the arena on June 11, organized by the Anti-Apartheid Movement to push for Mandela's release. REUTERS/Stringer BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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