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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY
RTS38GH4
April 08, 2020
A milk and mozzarella cheese are mixed at a family-run dairy farm in the southern Italian town of Fasano,...
FASANO, Italy
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Fasano
A milk and mozzarella cheese are mixed at a family-run dairy farm in the southern Italian town of Fasano, during the lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Fasano, Italy April 8, 2020. The owner of the Masseria Conte farm said they are running out of room to store the surplus dairy products. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
ITALY-FOOD/
RTX37L5E
May 25, 2017
A customer at a supermarket holds Mozzarella and Ricotta cheese products, that display packaging stating...
Sydney, Australia
A customer at a supermarket holds Mozzarella and Ricotta cheese products, that display packaging stating...
A customer at a supermarket holds Mozzarella and Ricotta cheese products, that display packaging stating they are a 'Product of Australia', in central Sydney, Australia, May 23, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
ITALY-EATALY/
RTX2EVF5
May 30, 2016
Oscar Farinetti, founder and creator of Eataly, holds plates of mozzarella cheese and cured meat at the...
Modena, Italy
Oscar Farinetti, founder and creator of Eataly, holds plates of mozzarella cheese and cured meat at the...
Oscar Farinetti, founder and creator of Eataly, holds plates of mozzarella cheese and cured meat at the Eataly motorway restaurant on a highway in Modena, central Italy, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR41OOB
August 08, 2014
A customer approaches boxes with imported Mozzarella cheese at a Metro Cash and Carry store in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
A customer approaches boxes with imported Mozzarella cheese at Metro Cash and Carry store in Moscow
A customer approaches boxes with imported Mozzarella cheese at a Metro Cash and Carry store in Moscow August 8, 2014. Moscow imposed a total ban on imports of many Western foods on August 7 in retaliation against sanctions over Ukraine, a stronger than expected measure that isolates Russian consumers from world trade to a degree unseen since Soviet days. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS FOOD)
EATALY-MILAN/
RTR3HMLT
March 18, 2014
An employee makes fresh mozzarella during the opening day of upmarket Italian food hall chain Eataly's...
Milan, Italy
Employee makes fresh mozzarella during the opening day of upmarket Italian food hall chain Eataly's flagship...
An employee makes fresh mozzarella during the opening day of upmarket Italian food hall chain Eataly's flagship store in downtown Milan, March 18, 2014. Eataly, which began with the idea that there should be a place to buy, eat and study high-quality Italian food and wine, has 25 food emporiums in the United States, Turkey, Japan and Dubai. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)
ITALY-SCANDAL/TRANSEXUAL
RTXQY67
November 20, 2009
Lazio Governor Piero Marrazzo holds a piece of buffalo mozzarella cheese in Rome in this April 2, 2008...
Rome, Italy
File photo shows Lazio Governor Marrazzo holding a piece of buffalo mozzarella cheese in Rome
Lazio Governor Piero Marrazzo holds a piece of buffalo mozzarella cheese in Rome in this April 2, 2008 file photo. A Brazilian transsexual caught up in a scandal which prompted the resignation of senior Italian politician Marrazzo -- the centre-left governor of Rome's Lazio province -- was found burnt to death in his home on Friday. Police said a body was found after a fire in a basement flat in a neighbourhood frequented by transsexual prostitutes. Police were convinced forensic tests would confirm it to be the remains of the transsexual known only as Brenda. Brenda and another Brazilian transsexual prostitute were at the centre of a case involving Marrazzo's blackmail by four police officers who secretly filmed him having sex and taking drugs with one of the transsexuals. Picture taken April 2, 2008. REUTERS/Remo Casilli/Files (ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
FOOD-RESTAURANTS/THEBAZAAR
RTR233U0
January 06, 2009
Mozzarella-tomato pipettes are seen at The Bazaar bar at the SLS hotel in Beverly Hills, California December...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-RESTAURANTS/THEBAZAAR
Mozzarella-tomato pipettes are seen at The Bazaar bar at the SLS hotel in Beverly Hills, California December 10, 2008. Spanish celebrity chef Jose Andres worked on his Beverly Hills venture The Bazaar for two and a half years, only to open in the midst of the worst economic and financial downturn in decades. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-RESTAURANTS/THEBAZAAR REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
ITALY-PIZZA/
RTR21QSC
August 26, 2008
A pizza is removed from a wood-burning oven during a protest to demand stricter price controls on the...
Naples, Italy
Pizza is removed from oven during a protest to demand stricter price controls on rising cost of pizza...
A pizza is removed from a wood-burning oven during a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost of pizza in Naples August 27, 2008. "Pizzaioli" or pizza chefs in Naples, birthplace of the Margherita, handed out free pizzas on Wednesday in protest at high prices charged by rivals who, they say, use the spike in commodity prices to rip off consumers. In the city where the classic "Margherita" with mozzarella, tomato and basil topping was invented in the 19th century - and named in honour of a queen with a taste for fast food - 30 cooks lit up six wood-burning ovens to cook 5,000 thin-crusted Neapolitan pizzas for queues of local people and tourists. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca/Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY-PIZZA/
RTR21QSA
August 26, 2008
Chefs prepare free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost...
Naples, Italy
Chefs prepare free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost...
Chefs prepare free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost of pizza in Naples August 27, 2008. "Pizzaioli" or pizza chefs in Naples, birthplace of the Margherita, handed out free pizzas on Wednesday in protest at high prices charged by rivals who, they say, use the spike in commodity prices to rip off consumers. In the city where the classic "Margherita" with mozzarella, tomato and basil topping was invented in the 19th century - and named in honour of a queen with a taste for fast food - 30 cooks lit up six wood-burning ovens to cook 5,000 thin-crusted Neapolitan pizzas for queues of local people and tourists. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca/Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY-PIZZA/
RTR21QS9
August 26, 2008
A chef prepares free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost...
Naples, Italy
Chef prepares free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost...
A chef prepares free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost of pizza in Naples August 27, 2008. "Pizzaioli" or pizza chefs in Naples, birthplace of the Margherita, handed out free pizzas on Wednesday in protest at high prices charged by rivals who, they say, use the spike in commodity prices to rip off consumers. In the city where the classic "Margherita" with mozzarella, tomato and basil topping was invented in the 19th century - and named in honour of a queen with a taste for fast food - 30 cooks lit up six wood-burning ovens to cook 5,000 thin-crusted Neapolitan pizzas for queues of local people and tourists. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca/Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY-PIZZA/
RTR21QS8
August 26, 2008
Chefs hand out free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost...
Naples, Italy
Chefs hand out free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost...
Chefs hand out free pizza while staging a protest to demand stricter price controls on the rising cost of pizza in Naples August 27, 2008. "Pizzaioli" or pizza chefs in Naples, birthplace of the Margherita, handed out free pizzas on Wednesday in protest at high prices charged by rivals who, they say, use the spike in commodity prices to rip off consumers. In the city where the classic "Margherita" with mozzarella, tomato and basil topping was invented in the 19th century - and named in honour of a queen with a taste for fast food - 30 cooks lit up six wood-burning ovens to cook 5,000 thin-crusted Neapolitan pizzas for queues of local people and tourists. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca/Agnfoto (ITALY)
RUSSIA-CAFES/
RTR20NOH
August 05, 2008
A waitress serves customers in a Le Pain Quotidian cafe in Moscow June 18, 2008. Serving a frothy cappuccino...
Moscow, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CAFES
A waitress serves customers in a Le Pain Quotidian cafe in Moscow June 18, 2008. Serving a frothy cappuccino or a fresh mozzarella salad will no longer impress diners in Russian restaurants, where an alternative to the Soviet legacy of fried meats and boiled vegatables had once been enough to thrill. Picture taken June 18, 2008. To match feature RUSSIA-CAFES REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-CAFES
RTR20NOG
August 05, 2008
Le Pain Quotidian Russia co-owner Ian Zilberkweit stands in front of one of his cafes in Moscow June...
Moscow, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CAFES
Le Pain Quotidian Russia co-owner Ian Zilberkweit stands in front of one of his cafes in Moscow June 18, 2008. Serving a frothy cappuccino or a fresh mozzarella salad will no longer impress diners in Russian restaurants, where an alternative to the Soviet legacy of fried meats and boiled vegatables had once been enough to thrill. Picture taken June 18, 2008. To match feature RUSSIA-CAFES REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
ITALY-WINE/PROBE
RTR1Z5B2
April 05, 2008
Wine bottles are displayed at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European...
Verona, Italy
Wine bottles are displayed at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona
Wine bottles are displayed at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European Commission on Friday that its wine was safe to drink after an investigation raised fears of another culinary health scare like the one that hit Italian mozzarella last week. Picture taken April 4, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-WINE/PROBE
RTR1Z5AY
April 05, 2008
Bottles of wine are displayed in cots like newborn babies at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4,...
Verona, Italy
Bottles of wine are displayed in cots like newborn babies at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona
Bottles of wine are displayed in cots like newborn babies at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European Commission on Friday that its wine was safe to drink after an investigation raised fears of another culinary health scare like the one that hit Italian mozzarella last week.
Picture taken April 4, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-WINE/PROBE
RTR1Z5AT
April 05, 2008
Men pass a mural of grapes at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European...
Verona, Italy
Men pass a mural of grapes at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona
Men pass a mural of grapes at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European Commission on Friday that its wine was safe to drink after an investigation raised fears of another culinary health scare like the one that hit Italian mozzarella last week. Picture taken April 4, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-WINE/PROBE
RTR1Z5AP
April 05, 2008
A man smells a glass of red wine at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the...
Verona, Italy
A man smells a glass of red wine at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona
A man smells a glass of red wine at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European Commission on Friday that its wine was safe to drink after an investigation raised fears of another culinary health scare like the one that hit Italian mozzarella last week. Picture taken April 4, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-WINE/PROBE
RTR1Z5AH
April 05, 2008
A man reaches for a bottle on display at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured...
Verona, Italy
Man reaches for a bottle on display at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona
A man reaches for a bottle on display at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European Commission on Friday that its wine was safe to drink after an investigation raised fears of another culinary health scare like the one that hit Italian mozzarella last week. Picture taken April 4, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-WINE/PROBE
RTR1Z5AE
April 05, 2008
A man passes bottles on display at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the...
Verona, Italy
Man passes bottles on display at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona
A man passes bottles on display at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European Commission on Friday that its wine was safe to drink after an investigation raised fears of another culinary health scare like the one that hit Italian mozzarella last week. Picture taken April 4, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-WINE/PROBE
RTR1Z5AC
April 05, 2008
A man passes a mural of a wine glass at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured...
Verona, Italy
A man passes a mural of a wine glass at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona
A man passes a mural of a wine glass at the Vinitaly wine expo in Verona April 4, 2008. Italy assured the European Commission on Friday that its wine was safe to drink after an investigation raised fears of another culinary health scare like the one that hit Italian mozzarella last week. Picture taken April 4, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z48M
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi makes his speech during an electoral rally at...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi makes his speech during an electoral rally in Naples
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi makes his speech during an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4 ,2008. Silvio Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. The banner behind Berlusconi reads "the people of freedom, president Berlusconi". REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z489
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi(R) and Former Alleanza Nazionale (National Alliance)...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi and Former Alleanza Nazionale right party leader Fini leave an electoral...
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi(R) and Former Alleanza Nazionale (National Alliance) right party leader Gianfranco Fini leave Vesuvio Hotel before an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4 ,2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z482
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi (L) and Former Alleanza Nazionale (National...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi and Former Alleanza Nazionale right party leader Fini greet their supporters...
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi (L) and Former Alleanza Nazionale (National Alliance) right party leader Gianfranco Fini greet their supporters during an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4, 2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z47D
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi smiles surrounded by his security guards before...
Caserta, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi smiles surrounded by his security guards before an electoral rally in Naples...
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi smiles surrounded by his security guards before an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4 ,2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z477
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally in Naples
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4, 2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. The sign reads "the people of freedom, president Berslusconi". REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z470
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally in Naples
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4 ,2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z46X
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally in Naples
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4 ,2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z46F
April 04, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi holds a banner that reads "San Berlusconi salvaci...
Caserta, Italy
Italian PDL leader Berlusconi holds a banner during an electoral rally in Naples
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) leader Silvio Berlusconi holds a banner that reads "San Berlusconi salvaci tu da questo malessere chiamato Prodi" (Saint Berlusconi save us from this badly named Prodi) during an electoral rally at the Pebliscito square in Naples April 4, 2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z3PP
April 04, 2008
The campaign bus carrying Italian centre-left leader Walter Veltroni passes a mound of garbage in the...
Caserta, Italy
Campaign bus carrying Italian centre-left leader Veltroni passes garbage in village of Trentola Ducenta...
The campaign bus carrying Italian centre-left leader Walter Veltroni passes a mound of garbage in the village of Trentola Ducenta village near Caserta in southern Italy April 4, 2008. Silvio Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. The stinking head-high piles of rubbish, seen on television around the world, have been cleared in what locals dismiss as a cosmetic operation before the April 13-14 election that came too late to repair the city's image and the health of its residents. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z4AF
April 03, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi (L) and National Alliance leader...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL centre-right leader Berlusconi and National Alliance leader Fini attend an electoral rally...
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi (L) and National Alliance leader Gianfranco Fini attend an electoral rally at Plebiscito square in Naples April 4 ,2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca/Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z4AE
April 03, 2008
The crowd fills Plebiscito square for a rally by Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) centre-right leader...
Naples, Italy
The crowd fills Plebiscito square for a rally by Italian PDL leader Berlusconi in Naples
The crowd fills Plebiscito square for a rally by Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi in Naples April 4 , 2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca/Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR1Z4AA
April 03, 2008
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally...
Naples, Italy
Italian PDL centre-right leader Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in...
Italian PDL (Party for Liberty) centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi gestures during an electoral rally at Pebliscito square in Naples April 4 ,2008. Berlusconi, leading polls for this month's election, and centre-left rival Walter Veltroni took the campaign to Naples on Friday where a crisis over rubbish and a mozzarella food scare have soured faith in politicians. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca/Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR1Z172
April 02, 2008
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of Colosseum in Rome
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome April 2, 2008. Italian buffalo mozzarella cheese producers organized a demonstration to prove the quality of their cheese. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR1Z16Y
April 02, 2008
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of Colosseum in Rome
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome April 2, 2008. Italian buffalo mozzarella cheese producers organized a demonstration to prove the quality of their cheese. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR1Z15R
April 02, 2008
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of Colosseum in Rome
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome April 2, 2008. Italian buffalo mozzarella cheese producers organized a demonstration to prove the quality of their cheese. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR1Z15K
April 02, 2008
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of Colosseum in Rome
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome April 2, 2008. Italian buffalo mozzarella cheese producers organized a demonstration to prove the quality of their cheese. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR1Z15H
April 02, 2008
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of Colosseum in Rome
A man dressed as an ancient gladiator eats buffalo mozzarella cheese in front of the Colosseum in Rome April 2, 2008. Italian buffalo mozzarella cheese producers organized a demonstration there to prove the quality of their cheese. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
FRANCE/
RTR1YUBK
March 28, 2008
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy has made satisfactory...
Paris, France
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy has made satisfactory progress in controlling cases of mozzarella cheese found contaminated by cancer-causing dioxins and is not facing any EU trade ban at this stage, the European Commission said on Friday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1YUBH
March 28, 2008
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy has made satisfactory...
Paris, France
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy has made satisfactory progress in controlling cases of mozzarella cheese found contaminated by cancer-causing dioxins and is not facing any EU trade ban at this stage, the European Commission said on Friday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1YUBF
March 28, 2008
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy has made satisfactory...
Paris, France
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris
Buffalo mozzarella cheese is on sale in a shop in downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy has made satisfactory progress in controlling cases of mozzarella cheese found contaminated by cancer-causing dioxins and is not facing any EU trade ban at this stage, the European Commission said on Friday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1YUBD
March 28, 2008
View of buffalo mozzarella cheese (C) on sell in a shop downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy ordered...
Paris, France
View of buffalo mozzarella cheese on sell in a shop downtown Paris
View of buffalo mozzarella cheese (C) on sell in a shop downtown Paris March 28, 2008. Italy ordered a recall on Friday of mozzarella cheese potentially contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, as a widening health scare tainted the reputation of one of the country's best-known culinary products.
REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTI9
March 27, 2008
Balls of freshly made buffalo mozzarella cheese float in brine at a dairy in the Campania region town...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Balls of freshly made buffalo mozzarella cheese float in brine at a dairy in the Campania region town...
Balls of freshly made buffalo mozzarella cheese float in brine at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTI8
March 27, 2008
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm, which had been...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm in Caianello
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTI6
March 27, 2008
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm, which had been...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm in Caianello
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTI4
March 27, 2008
A worker produces buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Worker produces buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello
A worker produces buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTI2
March 27, 2008
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27,...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHZ
March 27, 2008
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27,...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHW
March 27, 2008
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27,...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello
Workers produce buffalo mozzarella cheese at a dairy in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHV
March 27, 2008
Workers prepare an area for the milking of water buffalo, used in the production of mozzarella cheese...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Workers prepare an area for the milking of water buffalo in Caianello
Workers prepare an area for the milking of water buffalo, used in the production of mozzarella cheese at a farm which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHT
March 27, 2008
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese is prepared for milking at a farm, which...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese is prepared for milking at a farm in Caianello...
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese is prepared for milking at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHS
March 27, 2008
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese are fed at a farm, which had been deemed safe...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese are fed at a farm in Caianello
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese are fed at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHP
March 27, 2008
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm, which had been...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm in Caianello
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approach a feed bin at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHN
March 27, 2008
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese are fed at a farm, which had been deemed safe...
CAIANELLO, Italy
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese are fed at a farm in Caianello
Water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese are fed at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTHL
March 27, 2008
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approaches a feed bin at a farm, which had...
CAIANELLO, Italy
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approaches a feed bin at a farm in Caianello...
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approaches a feed bin at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTCM
March 27, 2008
Angela, a water buffalo brought to a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association...
Rome, Italy
Angela the water buffalo is photographed by journalists in Rome
Angela, a water buffalo brought to a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association Coldiretti, is photographed by journalists in Rome March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTCK
March 27, 2008
Angela, a water buffalo brought to a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association...
Rome, Italy
Angela the water buffalo is photographed by journalists in Rome
Angela, a water buffalo brought to a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association Coldiretti, is photographed by journalists in Rome March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTCG
March 27, 2008
Buffalo mozzarrella cheese is displayed during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers'...
Rome, Italy
Buffalo mozzarrella cheese is displayed during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters in Rome
Buffalo mozzarrella cheese is displayed during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association Coldiretti in Rome March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTCC
March 27, 2008
A woman displays a piece of buffalo mozzarrella cheese during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters...
Rome, Italy
Woman displays a piece of buffalo mozzarrella cheese during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters...
A woman displays a piece of buffalo mozzarrella cheese during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association Coldiretti in Rome March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTCB
March 27, 2008
Security guards eat buffalo mozzarrella cheese during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by...
Rome, Italy
Security guards eat buffalo mozzarrella cheese during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters in...
Security guards eat buffalo mozzarrella cheese during a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association Coldiretti in Rome March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
RTR1YTC9
March 27, 2008
Angela, a water buffalo brought to a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association...
Rome, Italy
Angela the water buffalo is photographed by journalists in Rome
Angela, a water buffalo brought to a protest outside Lazio region headquarters by farmers' association Coldiretti, is photographed by journalists in Rome March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
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