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USA-BIOMETHANE/
RTS2SG4K
October 23, 2019
A Holstein cow looks out as it travels along an automated milking machine at Airoso Circle A Dairy farm...
PIXLEY, UNITED STATES
A Holstein cow looks out as it travels along an automated milking machine at Airoso Circle A Dairy farm...
A Holstein cow looks out as it travels along an automated milking machine at Airoso Circle A Dairy farm in Pixley, California, U.S., October 2, 2019. Picture taken October 2, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake
WTO-TRADE/ITALY
RTS2RDKQ
October 16, 2019
Sheep enter to the milking machine in a factory producing a hard and salty cheese called Pecorino Romano,...
Rome, Italy
Sheep enter to the milking machine in a factory producing a hard and salty cheese called Pecorino Romano,...
Sheep enter to the milking machine in a factory producing a hard and salty cheese called Pecorino Romano, a product which may be hit by U.S. tariffs, in Fiano Romano outside Rome, Italy, October 14, 2019. Picture taken October 14, 2019. REUTERS/Yara Nardi
WTO-TRADE/ITALY
RTS2RDK7
October 16, 2019
A cheese-making machine mixing milk and rennet in a factory producing a hard and salty cheese called...
Rome, Italy
A cheese-making machine mixing milk and rennet in a factory producing a hard and salty cheese called...
A cheese-making machine mixing milk and rennet in a factory producing a hard and salty cheese called Pecorino Romano, a product which may be hit by U.S. tariffs, in Fiano Romano outside Rome, Italy, October 14, 2019. Picture taken October 14, 2019. REUTERS/Yara Nardi
GULF-QATAR/
RTX6Y0EX
June 05, 2019
Workers milk cows using milking machines at Baladna farm in Al-Khor, north of Doha, Qatar May 21, 2019....
Al-Khor, Qatar
Workers milk cows using milking machines at Baladna farm in Al-Khor
Workers milk cows using milking machines at Baladna farm in Al-Khor, north of Doha, Qatar May 21, 2019. Picture taken May 21, 2019.REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
GULF-QATAR/
RTX6Y0EU
June 05, 2019
Workers milk cows using milking machines at Baladna farm in the city of Al-Khor, north of Doha, Qatar...
Al-Khor, Qatar
Workers milk cows using milking machines at Baladna farm in the city of Al-Khor
Workers milk cows using milking machines at Baladna farm in the city of Al-Khor, north of Doha, Qatar May 21, 2019. Picture taken May 21, 2019. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
FRANCE-GASTRONOMY/CAMEMBERT
RTX6QZIS
March 13, 2019
An emplyee of the French non-pasteurized Camembert cheese farm ''Le 5 Freres de Bermonville" works with...
Bermonville, France
Charles Breant one of the owners of French non-pasteurized Camembert cheese farm ''Le 5 Freres de Bermonville"...
An emplyee of the French non-pasteurized Camembert cheese farm ''Le 5 Freres de Bermonville" works with an automatic milking machine in Bermonville, France, March 12, 2019. Picture taken on March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-GASTRONOMY/CAMEMBERT
RTX6QZIH
March 13, 2019
Pierre Breant one of the owners of French non-pasteurized Camembert cheese farm ''Le 5 Freres de Bermonville"...
Bermonville, France
Pierre Breant, one of the owners of French non-pasteurized Camembert cheese farm ''Le 5 Freres de Bermonville"...
Pierre Breant one of the owners of French non-pasteurized Camembert cheese farm ''Le 5 Freres de Bermonville" works with an automatic milking machine at the farm in Bermonville, France, March 12, 2019. Picture taken March 12, 2019. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/FOOD
RTX6J6Q9
December 19, 2018
Palestinian workers pour milk onto a machine in a dairy factory in Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza...
Deir Al-Balah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian workers pour milk onto a machine in a dairy factory in Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza...
Palestinian workers pour milk onto a machine in a dairy factory in Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip December 17, 2018. Picture taken December 17, 2018. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
SOMALIA-LIVESTOCK/
RTS1WFOD
August 07, 2018
Hussein Sheik Abdi, a worker, milks a Holstein Friesian cows with a machine at the Som milk farm in the...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Hussein Sheik Abdi, a worker, milks a Holstein Friesian cows with a machine at the Som milk farm in the...
Hussein Sheik Abdi, a worker, milks a Holstein Friesian cows with a machine at the Som milk farm in the outskirts of Mogadishu, Somalia August 1, 2018. Picture taken August 1, 2018. REUTERS/Feisal Omar
CHINA-TRADE/CANTONFAIR
RTX5PPNW
April 15, 2018
A visitor chats with a exhibitor at a booth for soy milk processing machines, during the China Import...
Guangzhou, China
A visitor chats with a exhibitor at a booth for soy milk processing machines, during the China Import...
A visitor chats with a exhibitor at a booth for soy milk processing machines, during the China Import and Export Fair, also known as Canton Fair, in the southern city of Guangzhou, China April 15, 2018. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
NESTLE-RESULTS/
RTS1MF2K
March 06, 2018
A Baybnes baby milk machine is pictured in a shop at Nestle headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland, February...
Vevey, Switzerland
A Baybnes baby milk machine is pictured in a shop at Nestle headquarters in Vevey
A Baybnes baby milk machine is pictured in a shop at Nestle headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland, February 15, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
COLUMN-RUSSELL/MILK-CHINA
RTX2VALB
December 16, 2016
A worker attaches milking machines to cows at a milking shed on a property that is owned by Van Dieman's...
SMITHTON, Australia
A worker attaches milking machines to cows at a milking shed on a property that is owned by VDL, Australia's...
A worker attaches milking machines to cows at a milking shed on a property that is owned by Van Dieman's Land Co (VDL), Australia's largest dairy, located on the windswept northwest coast of the southern island state of Tasmania, near the town of Smithton, Australia, November 17, 2016. Picture taken November 17, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray
COLUMN-RUSSELL/MILK-CHINA
RTX2VAKE
December 16, 2016
A worker attaches milking machines to cows at a milking shed on a property that is owned by Van Dieman's...
SMITHTON, Australia
A worker attaches milking machines to cows at a milking shed on a property that is owned by VDL, Australia's...
A worker attaches milking machines to cows at a milking shed on a property that is owned by Van Dieman's Land Co (VDL), Australia's largest dairy, located on the windswept northwest coast of the southern island state of Tasmania, near the town of Smithton, Australia, November 17, 2016. Picture taken November 17, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray
BRITAIN-FARMING/MILK
RTX1NXYN
August 11, 2015
Dairy Farm worker Callum Casey prepares cows for milking at Beacon Farm near Birmingham, Britain August...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Dairy Farm worker Callum Casey prepares cows for milking at Beacon Farm near Birmingham
Dairy Farm worker Callum Casey prepares cows for milking at Beacon Farm near Birmingham, Britain August 11, 2015. British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Darren Staples
BRITAIN-FARMING/MILK
RTX1NXY1
August 11, 2015
A sign hangs over the cows during milking at Beacon Farm near Birmingham, Britain August 11, 2015. British...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
A sign hangs over the cows during milking at Beacon Farm near Birmingham
A sign hangs over the cows during milking at Beacon Farm near Birmingham, Britain August 11, 2015. British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Darren Staples
BRITAIN-FARMING/MILK
RTX1NXUN
August 11, 2015
Milk is collected on Dairy farmer Mike Gorton's Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England...
Macclesfield, United Kingdom
Milk is collected on Dairy farmer Mike Gorton's Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield
Milk is collected on Dairy farmer Mike Gorton's Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England on August 11, 2015, British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-FARMING/MILK
RTX1NXUM
August 11, 2015
A cow waits to be milked on Dairy farmer Mike Gorton's Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west...
Macclesfield, United Kingdom
A cow waits to be milked on Dairy farmer Mike Gorton's Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield
A cow waits to be milked on Dairy farmer Mike Gorton's Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England on August 11, 2015, British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-FARMING/MILK
RTX1NXUB
August 11, 2015
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton prepares to start milking on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north...
Macclesfield, United Kingdom
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton prepares to start milking on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton prepares to start milking on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England on August 11, 2015, British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-FARMING/MILK
RTX1NXTZ
August 11, 2015
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton milks his cows on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England...
Macclesfield, United Kingdom
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton milks his cows on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England...
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton milks his cows on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England on August 11, 2015, British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-FARMING/MILK
RTX1NXTX
August 11, 2015
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton milks his cows on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England...
Macclesfield, United Kingdom
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton milks his cows on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England...
Dairy farmer Mike Gorton milks his cows on his Lower Harebarrow farm in Macclesfield, north west England on August 11, 2015, British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-FARMING/MIL
RTX1NXIZ
August 11, 2015
Dairy cows wait to be milked in Perthshire, Scotland, August 11, 2015. British farmers warned on Monday...
Perth, United Kingdom
Dairy cows wait to be milked in Perthshire, Scotland
Dairy cows wait to be milked in Perthshire, Scotland, August 11, 2015. British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-FARMING/MIL
RTX1NXIL
August 11, 2015
A dairy cow is prepared for milking in Perthshire, Scotland, August 11, 2015. British farmers warned...
Perth, United Kingdom
A dairy cow is prepared for milking in Perthshire, Scotland
A dairy cow is prepared for milking in Perthshire, Scotland, August 11, 2015. British farmers warned on Monday they were facing financial ruin with falls in the price of milk forcing many out of work and spurring others to blockade distribution centres and walk cows through supermarkets. Farming unions from across the country were meeting in London to urge the government to provide more help for an industry that has seen a 25 percent year-on-year drop in the amount farmers are paid for milk. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F0H1
June 04, 2015
A man presses milk and juice cartons with a machine after sorting them, to be recycled at the Coopemare...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Man presses milk and juice cartons with a machine after sorting them, to be recycled at the Coopemare...
A man presses milk and juice cartons with a machine after sorting them, to be recycled at the Coopemare cooperative in the Pinheiros neighborhood of Sao Paulo June 3, 2015. The cooperative employs people to help sort rubbish collected from residences, markets and shops, which are then sold to recycling companies. The company sorts about 80 tonnes of rubbish a month. World Environment Day is celebrated every year on June 5 to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and planet Earth. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
FRANCE-MILK/
RTR4MDZ7
January 22, 2015
A French dairy farmer milks cows at a farm in La Planche near Nantes, western France January 21, 2015....
LA PLANCHE, France
A French dairy farmer milks cows at a farm in La Planche near Nantes, western France
A French dairy farmer milks cows at a farm in La Planche near Nantes, western France January 21, 2015. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS)
FRANCE-MILK/
RTR4MDYS
January 21, 2015
A cow is milked at a dairy farm in La Planche near Nantes, western France January 21, 2015. REUTERS/Stephane...
LA PLANCHE, France
A cow is milked at a dairy farm in La Planche near Nantes, western France
A cow is milked at a dairy farm in La Planche near Nantes, western France January 21, 2015. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS)
VIETNAM-ANIMALS/
RTR4AI7N
October 17, 2014
Workers clean cows before milking at a farm in Moc Chau town, 200km northwest of Hanoi October 14, 2014....
MOC CHAU, Vietnam
Workers clean cows before milking at farm in Moc Chau town, 200km northwest of Hanoi
Workers clean cows before milking at a farm in Moc Chau town, 200km northwest of Hanoi October 14, 2014. The first breeding cow farm was established in Moc Chau in April 1958 with more than 100 cows from India and China at the first stage. The number has grown to more than 16,000 cows at present, with the main breed from the Netherlands. Every year a beauty contest for cows is organised in Moc Chau to promote dairy farming as Vietnamese people's eating pattern has been changing rapidly along with higher income. Picture taken October 14, 2014. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418R0
August 05, 2014
A cow eats at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest...
LARISSA, Greece
A cow eats at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
A cow eats at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest in the European Union, after Italy, Cyprus and Switzerland. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QY
August 05, 2014
A worker casts a shadow in front of a calf inside a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014....
LARISSA, Greece
A worker casts a shadow in front of a calf inside a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
A worker casts a shadow in front of a calf inside a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QW
August 05, 2014
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest...
LARISSA, Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest in the European Union, after Italy, Cyprus and Switzerland. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QU
August 05, 2014
Andreas Karafyllis, a former software developer who returned to Greece from Germany in 2006 to start...
LARISSA, Greece
Farmer Andreas Karafyllis pets a calf inside his farm in Larissa, central Greece
Andreas Karafyllis, a former software developer who returned to Greece from Germany in 2006 to start a milk farm, pets a calf in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers like Karfyllis a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QQ
August 05, 2014
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest...
LARISSA, Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece
Cows are seen at a milk farm in Larissa, central Greece June 27, 2014. Greek milk prices are the highest in the European Union, after Italy, Cyprus and Switzerland. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is dairy cooperative Thesgala or "Want Milk?" based in Larissa, where the town's new milk vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle by supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. ThesGala pays farmers 45 cents a litre, giving small dairy farmers a more stable and lucrative income from his 120 cows and 80 small calves. Unlike other ad-hoc farm movements, the cooperative publishes yearly financial statements and is taxed beforehand on milk delivered, meaning it does not contribute to Greece's vibrant black market economy. Picture taken June 27, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QP
August 05, 2014
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements...
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QJ
August 05, 2014
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements...
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QI
August 05, 2014
A worker pulls a can with milk to refill a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014....
LARISSA, Greece
A worker pulls a can with milk to refill a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
A worker pulls a can with milk to refill a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QG
August 05, 2014
A boy leaves a vending machine after buying a bottle of milk in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014....
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa, central Greece
A boy leaves a vending machine after buying a bottle of milk in Larissa, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QF
August 05, 2014
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements...
LARISSA, Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece
Consumers buy milk from a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418QB
August 05, 2014
A woman waits for a bottle of milk to be dispensed at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece...
LARISSA, Greece
A woman waits for a bottle of milk to be dispensed at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece...
A woman waits for a bottle of milk to be dispensed at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GREECE-MILK/
RTR418Q8
August 05, 2014
A bottle is filled with milk at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots...
LARISSA, Greece
A bottle is filled with milk at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece
A bottle is filled with milk at a vending machine in Larissa town, central Greece June 26, 2014. Grassroots movements to cut out middlemen have been on the increase since Greece's debt crisis exposed the country's bureaucratic system which stifles innovation and encourages corruption. One of the most successful is based in Larissa, where the town's new vending machines, have, on a small scale, solved a problem Greece's leaders and their international backers have tried and failed to tackle. They dispense milk, supporting farmers while undercutting prices that have defied economic logic to remain some of the highest in the European Union. Greeks, whose average incomes fell by 30 percent since the crisis hit in late 2009, have been flooding in - bringing their own bottles or buying plastic or glass ones from the machines. The dairy cooperative behind the initiative, ThesGala or "Want Milk?", has expanded to 14 vending machine outlets in Larissa and plans to double the network in and around the central city over the next year. Picture taken June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR3NW8G
May 05, 2014
A worker prepares to hook up the milking machine on the milking carousel at Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks,...
Fair Oaks, UNITED STATES
A worker prepares to hook up the milking machine on the milking carousel at Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks,...
A worker prepares to hook up the milking machine on the milking carousel at Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks, Indiana, November 4, 2013. Picture taken November 4, 2013. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WV
February 20, 2013
An employee monitors cows that are being milked by machines at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
An employee monitors cows that are being milked by machines at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade
An employee monitors cows that are being milked by machines at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WK
February 20, 2013
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
SERBIA-MILK/
RTR3E0WG
February 20, 2013
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities...
DOBANOVCI, Serbia
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci
An employee monitors a cow milking machine at a farm in Dobanovci, near Belgrade February 20, 2013. Authorities in Serbia ordered an unspecified number of dairies to withdraw their milk from shops pending tests for a toxin released by fungi often found in grains, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The ministry said in a statement that initial tests in Serbia had suggested the possible presence of aflatoxin, a potentially carcinogenic product of the Aspergillus fungi species, "above prescribed levels". REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN-MILK/
RTR375IO
August 26, 2012
A farmer uses a milking machine to get milk from a cowa at a Jassar Farm in Narowal, located in Punjab...
NAROWAL, Pakistan
A farmer uses a milking machine to get milk from a cowa at a Jassar Farm in Narowal
A farmer uses a milking machine to get milk from a cowa at a Jassar Farm in Narowal, located in Punjab province, August 13, 2012. The dismal state of the dairy industry is a striking example of Pakistan's habit of missing opportunities throughout a 65-year history tainted by military coups, political infighting and a form of crony capitalism that has stifled entrepreneurship. With 63 million cows and buffaloes, Pakistan has one of the world's biggest herds, but it cannot export milk because the animals' yields are so low. Picture taken August 13, 2012. To match Feature PAKISTAN-MILK/ REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN-MILK/
RTR375IL
August 26, 2012
A milking machine is used to get milk from a cow at a Jassar Farm in Narowal, located in Punjab province,...
NAROWAL, Pakistan
A milking machine is used to get milk from a cow at a Jassar Farm in Narowal
A milking machine is used to get milk from a cow at a Jassar Farm in Narowal, located in Punjab province, on August 13, 2012. The dismal state of the dairy industry is a striking example of Pakistan's habit of missing opportunities throughout a 65-year history tainted by military coups, political infighting and a form of crony capitalism that has stifled entrepreneurship. With 63 million cows and buffaloes, Pakistan has one of the world's biggest herds, but it cannot export milk because the animals' yields are so low. Picture taken August 13, 2012. To match Feature PAKISTAN-MILK/ REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN-MILK/
RTR375ID
August 26, 2012
Farmers fix on milking machines to get milk from cows at a Jassar Farm in Narowal, located in Punjab...
NAROWAL, Pakistan
Farmers fix on milking machines to get milk from cows at a Jassar Farm in Narowal
Farmers fix on milking machines to get milk from cows at a Jassar Farm in Narowal, located in Punjab province, August 13, 2012. The dismal state of the dairy industry is a striking example of Pakistan's habit of missing opportunities throughout a 65-year history tainted by military coups, political infighting and a form of crony capitalism that has stifled entrepreneurship. With 63 million cows and buffaloes, Pakistan has one of the world's biggest herds, but it cannot export milk because the animals' yields are so low. Picture taken August 13, 2012. To match Feature PAKISTAN-MILK/ REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/
RTR36SVG
August 12, 2012
A worker monitors machines that are being operated at the Kalbe Morinaga Indonesia milk factory in Karawang,...
Karawang, Indonesia
A worker monitors machines that are being operated at the Kalbe Morinaga Indonesia milk factory in Karawang...
A worker monitors machines that are being operated at the Kalbe Morinaga Indonesia milk factory in Karawang, Indonesia's West Java province July 30, 2012. Sales of powdered and fresh milk have risen 9 percent on average in the past five years, the second fastest pace in Asia after China, to become a $3.7 billion market. Still, milk consumption per capita is just 2.7 kilograms per year, versus a regional average of 17 kilograms, according to the U.S. Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute. Picture taken July 30, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34469
June 24, 2012
Workers attach milking machine cups to cows in the milking shed of the 35-hectare farm managed by New...
Tangshan, China
File photo of workers attaching milking machine cups to cows in the milking shed of a farm managed by...
Workers attach milking machine cups to cows in the milking shed of the 35-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Hangu County, near the city of Tangshan around 250km (155 miles) east of Beijing in this March 15, 2012 file photo. New Zealand's Fonterra, the world's largest dairy exporter, is set to open its doors to investors with the launch of a $400 million fund, but for foreign players there is less on offer than they would like and it may just end up being a mainly local affair. Picture taken on March 15. To go with story FONTERRA-FUND/ REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-DAIRY/
RTR2ZP8A
March 22, 2012
A worker prepares to milk cows on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra...
Tangshan, China
A worker prepares to milk cows on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra...
A worker prepares to milk cows on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Yutian County, Hebei Province around 150 km (93 miles) southeast of Beijing March 15, 2012. The dairy farm is part of a new international investment strategy by Fonterra, the world's largest dairy cooperative, that involves the building and operating of its own large-scale dairy farms, so it can be certain of the quality of the dairy products it sells. The investment comes after Fonterra's original NZ$200 million investment in China with state-owned partner Sanlu, that collapsed in 2008 following revelations that its baby formula was fatally contaminated by the chemical compound melamine. Picture taken March 15, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS FOOD)
CHINA-DAIRY/
RTR2ZP7X
March 22, 2012
Milk passes through a container that is part of a milking machine on a 40-hectare farm managed by New...
Tangshan, China
Milk passes through a container that is part of a milking machine on 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand...
Milk passes through a container that is part of a milking machine on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Yutian County, Hebei Province around 150 km (93 miles) southeast of Beijing March 15, 2012. The dairy farm is part of a new international investment strategy by Fonterra, the world's largest dairy cooperative, that involves the building and operating of its own large-scale dairy farms, so it can be certain of the quality of the dairy products it sells. The investment comes after Fonterra's original NZ$200 million investment in China with state-owned partner Sanlu, that collapsed in 2008 following revelations that its baby formula was fatally contaminated by the chemical compound melamine. Picture taken March 15, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS FOOD)
CHINA-DAIRY/
RTR2ZP7V
March 22, 2012
Cows stand in stalls as they are milked on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant...
Tangshan, China
Cows stand in stalls as they are milked on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant...
Cows stand in stalls as they are milked on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Yutian County, Hebei Province around 150 km (93 miles) southeast of Beijing March 15, 2012. The dairy farm is part of a new international investment strategy by Fonterra, the world's largest dairy cooperative, that involves the building and operating of its own large-scale dairy farms, so it can be certain of the quality of the dairy products it sells. The investment comes after Fonterra's original NZ$200 million investment in China with state-owned partner Sanlu, that collapsed in 2008 following revelations that its baby formula was fatally contaminated by the chemical compound melamine. Picture taken March 15, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS FOOD)
CHINA-DAIRY/
RTR2ZP7C
March 22, 2012
A worker prepares to milk cows on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra...
Tangshan, China
A worker prepares to milk cows on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra...
A worker prepares to milk cows on a 40-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Yutian County, Hebei Province around 150 km (93 miles) southeast of Beijing Picture taken March 15, 2012. The dairy farm is part of a new international investment strategy by Fonterra, the world's largest dairy cooperative, that involves the building and operating of its own large-scale dairy farms, so it can be certain of the quality of the dairy products it sells. The investment comes after Fonterra's original NZ$200 million investment in China with state-owned partner Sanlu, that collapsed in 2008 following revelations that its baby formula was fatally contaminated by the chemical compound melamine. Picture taken March 15, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS FOOD)
CHINA/
RTR2ZDFP
March 15, 2012
Workers attach milking machine cups to cows in the milking shed of the 35-hectare farm managed by New...
Tangshan, China
Workers attach milking machine cups to cows in the milking shed of a farm managed by New Zealand dairy...
Workers attach milking machine cups to cows in the milking shed of the 35-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Hangu County, near the city of Tangshan around 250km (155 miles) east of Beijing March 15, 2012. With more than 3,000 cows imported from New Zealand, the farm now produces nearly 100,000 litres of milk per day and around 28 million litres of milk per year for the domestic market. The farm is a feedlot system with the animals housed in barns and feed bought from local farmers. Fonterra, which controls 30% of the world's dairy exports and is New Zealand's largest company, has shifted to direct production in China after formula sold by its Chinese partner was found in 2008 to be laced with melamine, an industrial chemical added to low-quality or diluted milk to give misleadingly high protein readings. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
DAIRY-ARGENTINA/
RTR2X6OV
February 02, 2012
Dairy cows are milked in the city of Totoras, 360 km (224 miles) north of Buenos Aires February 1, 2012....
TOTORAS, Argentina
Dairy cows are milked in the city of Totoras, north of Buenos Aires
Dairy cows are milked in the city of Totoras, 360 km (224 miles) north of Buenos Aires February 1, 2012. Argentina's 2011/12 harvest cycle is forecasted to be 45 million tonnes for soybean and 18.8 million tonnes for corn, reflecting the impact of a severe drought that hit the country, the Chief Executive of Agroconsultas Brazilian said on Tuesday. The South American country is the world's largest exporter of oil and soybean meal and the second largest in corn. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS FOOD BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2VEJN
December 18, 2011
Customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. buys organic raw milk from a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in...
London, United Kingdom
Customer Cheryl Diamond buys organic raw milk from a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in central London...
Customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. buys organic raw milk from a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in central London December 16, 2011. London department store Selfridges has circumvented a legal ban on the sale of raw milk in British shops by having it supplied direct by dairy farmers Hook & Son, from Longleys Farm in Hailsham. Photograph taken December 16, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
BRITAIN/
RTR2VEJG
December 18, 2011
Customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. buys organic raw milk from a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in...
London, United Kingdom
Customer Cheryl Diamond buys organic raw milk from a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in central London...
Customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. buys organic raw milk from a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in central London December 16, 2011. London department store Selfridges has circumvented a legal ban on the sale of raw milk in British shops by having it supplied direct by dairy farmers Hook & Son, from Longleys Farm in Hailsham. Photograph taken December 16, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
BRITAIN/
RTR2VEJC
December 18, 2011
Farmer Steve Hook offers customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. a sample of organic raw milk at Selfridges...
London, United Kingdom
Farmer Steve Hook offers customer Cheryl Diamond a sample of organic raw milk at Selfridges food hall...
Farmer Steve Hook offers customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. a sample of organic raw milk at Selfridges food hall in central London December 16, 2011. London department store Selfridges has circumvented a legal ban on the sale of raw milk in British shops by having it supplied direct by dairy farmers Hook & Son, from Longleys Farm in Hailsham. Photograph taken December 16, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
BRITAIN/
RTR2VEJ8
December 18, 2011
Farmer Steve Hook loads organic raw milk into a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in central London December...
London, United Kingdom
Farmer Steve Hook loads organic raw milk into a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in central London
Farmer Steve Hook loads organic raw milk into a dispenser at Selfridges food hall in central London December 16, 2011. London department store Selfridges has circumvented a legal ban on the sale of raw milk in British shops by having it supplied direct by dairy farmers Hook & Son, from Longleys Farm in Hailsham. Photograph taken December 16, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
LIBYA/
RTR2ROSX
September 22, 2011
Anti-Gaddafi fighters feed a baby goat milk at a checkpoint near Sultana, around 50 km (31 miles) east...
SULTANA, Libya
Anti-Gaddafi fighters feed a baby goat milk at a checkpoint near Sultana, around 50 km east of Sirte
Anti-Gaddafi fighters feed a baby goat milk at a checkpoint near Sultana, around 50 km (31 miles) east of Sirte, September 22, 2011. Sirte is Muammar Gaddafi's hometown and one of just a handful of places in Libya still held by fighters loyal to him. Hundreds of civilians continued to pour out of the city on Thursday in cars and pickups loaded with mattresses and food as the former rebel fighters fired machine guns and incoming rockets crashed on the city's outskirts. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT ANIMALS)
NESTLE/BABYNES
RTR2MVDX
May 25, 2011
Martin Grieder, Director of the BabyNes Division, performs a demonstration of the newly presented milk...
VERS-CHEZ-LES-BLANCS, Switzerland
Grieder Director of the BabyNes Division performs a demonstration of the newly presented milk bottles...
Martin Grieder, Director of the BabyNes Division, performs a demonstration of the newly presented milk bottles machine after a news conference at Nestle research centre in Vers-chez-les-Blancs, near Lausanne May 25, 2011. The system, launched today in Switzerland only, offers six single-serves formulas in sealed capsules for parents to prepare milk bottles for infants up to the age of three. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: HEALTH FOOD)
NESTLE/BABYNES
RTR2MVDP
May 25, 2011
An employee displays a rack of capsules in front of the newly presented milk bottles machine after a...
VERS-CHEZ-LES-BLANCS, Switzerland
An employee displays a rack of capsules in front of the newly presented milk bottles machine after a...
An employee displays a rack of capsules in front of the newly presented milk bottles machine after a news conference at Nestle research centre in Vers-chez-les-Blancs, near Lausanne May 25, 2011. The system, launched today in Switzerland only, offers six single-serves formulas in sealed capsules for parents to prepare milk bottles for infants up to the age of three. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: HEALTH FOOD)
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