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CHINA/
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May 08, 2013
Bottles of donated breast milk are pasteurised at the Guangzhou Women and Children's medical centre in...
Guangzhou, China
Bottles of donated breast milk are pasteurised at the Guangzhou Women and Children's medical centre
Bottles of donated breast milk are pasteurised at the Guangzhou Women and Children's medical centre in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou May 8, 2013. With China's first breast milk bank opening in June at the centre, about 80 moms have donated to premature babies and other needy infants since the trial period started in late March, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA-EGGS/
RTR2HI99
August 24, 2010
Pasteurized eggs are seen on a conveyor to be boxed at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing,...
Lansing, UNITED STATES
Pasteurized eggs are seen on a conveyor to be boxed at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing...
Pasteurized eggs are seen on a conveyor to be boxed at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing, Illinois August 24, 2010. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
USA-EGGS/
RTR2HI8Z
August 24, 2010
Workers sort eggs after pasteurization at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing, Illinois August...
multiple cities, UNITED STATES
Workers sort eggs after pasteurization at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing
Workers sort eggs after pasteurization at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing, Illinois August 24, 2010. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
USA-EGGS/
RTR2HI8N
August 24, 2010
Junvenal Olivar stacks pasteurized eggs for boxing at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing,...
Lansing, UNITED STATES
Junvenal Olivar stacks pasteurized eggs for boxing at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing
Junvenal Olivar stacks pasteurized eggs for boxing at the National Pasteurized Eggs plant in Lansing, Illinois August 24, 2010. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CHINA
RTX8TS6
September 23, 2008
A labourer works at the production line of a local dairy factory in Hefei, Anhui province September 23,...
Hefei, China
A labourer works at the production line of a local dairy factory in Hefei
A labourer works at the production line of a local dairy factory in Hefei, Anhui province September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
RUSSIA
RTR1TGSH
September 05, 2007
A worker freezes cow moose milk used to treat patients in a sanatorium near Kostroma some 350 km (217.5...
Kostroma, Russia
A worker freezes moose milk used to treat patients in a sanatorium near Kostroma
A worker freezes cow moose milk used to treat patients in a sanatorium near Kostroma some 350 km (217.5 miles) north-east of Moscow September 4, 2007. The moose farm, founded in 1963 to study the behaviour of moose, is the only one of its kind in Russia and is well-known for having achieved a family-like relationship between the animals and the farmers. Picture taken September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1TGR8
September 05, 2007
A farm worker filters cow moose milk at a farm near Kostroma some 350 km (217.5 miles) north-east of...
Kostroma, Russia
A farm worker filters cow moose milk at a farm near Kostroma
A farm worker filters cow moose milk at a farm near Kostroma some 350 km (217.5 miles) north-east of Moscow September 4, 2007. The moose farm, founded in 1963 to study the behaviour of moose, is the only one of its kind in Russia and is well-known for having achieved a family-like relationship between the animals and the farmers. Picture taken September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
BC FOOD FRANCE CHEESE
RTR15JPH
September 03, 2000
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee selects cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix,...
Lyon, France
EMPLOYEE SELECTS CHEESE ON PACKAGING LINE.
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee selects cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk to make cheese.

JD/
BC FOOD FRANCE CHEESE
RTR7TXD
September 03, 2000
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory lab technician analyses cheese looking for listeria germ at Saint...
Lyon, France
LAB TECHNICIAN CHECKS CHEESE FOR GERMS.
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory lab technician analyses cheese looking for listeria germ at Saint Just de Claix, south eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate the germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.

JD/
BC FOOD FRANCE CHEESE
RTR7TX6
September 03, 2000
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees select cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix,...
Lyon, France
EMPLOYEES SELECT CHEESE ON PACKAGING LINE.
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees select cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.

JD/
BC FOOD FRANCE CHEESE
RTR7TX0
September 03, 2000
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes on a packaging line in Saint Just...
Lyon, France
EMPLOYEE PLACES CHEESE PALETTES ON PACKAGING LINE.
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes on a packaging line in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.

JD/
BC FOOD FRANCE CHEESE
RTR7TWT
September 03, 2000
Bernard Gaud owner of Etoile du Vercors cheese factory poses in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France,...
Lyon, France
CHEESE FACTORY OWNER BERNARD GAUD POSES.
Bernard Gaud owner of Etoile du Vercors cheese factory poses in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. Gaud and other French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.

JD/
FRANCE
RTXJX82
August 25, 2000
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees salt and turn cheese in their palettes in Saint Just de Claix,...
Lyon, France
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees salt and turn cheese in their palettes in Saint Just de C.....
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees salt and turn cheese in their palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX81
August 25, 2000
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern...
Lyon, France
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-east.....
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX80
August 25, 2000
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese in their palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern...
Lyon, France
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese in their palettes in Saint Just de Claix, sou.....
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese in their palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7Z
August 25, 2000
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern...
Lyon, France
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-easter.....
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7Y
August 25, 2000
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern...
Lyon, France
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-easter.....
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees turn cheese palettes in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7X
August 25, 2000
Raw milk buckets seen at the Etoile du Vercors cheese factory in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern...
Lyon, France
Raw milk buckets seen at the Etoile du Vercors cheese factory in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern.....
Raw milk buckets seen at the Etoile du Vercors cheese factory in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. Gaud and other French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7W
August 25, 2000
Raw milk buckets seen at the Etoile du Vercors cheese factory in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern...
Lyon, France
Raw milk buckets seen at the Etoile du Vercors cheese factory in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern.....
Raw milk buckets seen at the Etoile du Vercors cheese factory in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. Gaud and other French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
GAUD
RTXJX7V
August 25, 2000
Bernard Gaud owner of Etoile du Vercors cheese factory poses in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France,...
Lyon, France
Bernard Gaud owner of Etoile du Vercors cheese factory poses in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern .....
Bernard Gaud owner of Etoile du Vercors cheese factory poses in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. Gaud and other French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7U
August 25, 2000
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes on a packaging line in Saint Just...
Lyon, France
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes on a packaging line in Saint Jus.....
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee places cheese palettes on a packaging line in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7T
August 25, 2000
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees select cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix,...
Lyon, France
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees select cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Cla.....
Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employees select cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7S
August 25, 2000
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory lab technician analyses cheese looking for listeria germ at Saint...
Lyon, France
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory lab technician analyses cheese looking for listeria germ at Sa.....
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory lab technician analyses cheese looking for listeria germ at Saint Just de Claix, south eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate the germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk ending traditions that date back centuries.
FRANCE
RTXJX7R
August 25, 2000
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee selects cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix,...
Lyon, France
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee selects cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de .....
An Etoile du Vercors cheese factory employee selects cheeses at the packaging line in Saint Just de Claix, south-eastern France, 24 August, 2000. French cheese makers fear that lawmakers, seeking to eradicate a germ called Listeria monocytogenes, will force them to use pasteurised milk instead of raw milk to make cheese.
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