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BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/GLACIER
RTX8KBQ0 
January 05, 2021 
Children stand next to quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December... 
CAPIRI, Bolivia 
Children stand next to quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri 
Children stand next to quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December 28, 2020. Picture taken December 28, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/GLACIER
RTX8KBOH 
January 05, 2021 
Yolanda Choque holds quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December... 
CAPIRI, Bolivia 
Yolanda Choque holds quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri 
Yolanda Choque holds quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December 28, 2020. Picture taken December 28, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/GLACIER
RTX8KBNY 
January 05, 2021 
Yolanda Choque stands in the middle of her quinoa plant crops in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December... 
CAPIRI, Bolivia 
Yolanda Choque stands in the middle of her quinoa plant crops in Capiri 
Yolanda Choque stands in the middle of her quinoa plant crops in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December 28, 2020. Picture taken December 28, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/GLACIER
RTX8KBNU 
January 05, 2021 
A quinoa plant is seen in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December 28, 2020. Picture taken December 28,... 
CAPIRI, Bolivia 
A quinoa plant is seen in Capiri, near La Paz 
A quinoa plant is seen in Capiri, near La Paz, Bolivia, December 28, 2020. Picture taken December 28, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/GLACIER
RTX8KBBS 
January 05, 2021 
Farmer Armando Jimenez holds quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri, outskirts of La Paz, Bolivia,... 
CAPIRI, Bolivia 
Farmer Armando Jimenez holds quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri, outskirts of La Paz 
Farmer Armando Jimenez holds quinoa plants that are poorly watered in Capiri, outskirts of La Paz, Bolivia, December 28, 2020. Picture taken December 28, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-CARNIVAL/ANATA-ANDINA
RTS32SOO 
February 20, 2020 
Indigenous women from a community of Oruro province carry quinoa stalks on their backs during the Anata... 
Oruro, Bolivia 
Indigenous people from a community of Oruro province participate in a ceremony as they take part in the... 
Indigenous women from a community of Oruro province carry quinoa stalks on their backs during the Anata Andina, a thanksgiving festivity ritual to the Pachamama, or mother earth, for their crops and other gifts such as health and prosperity, in the streets of Oruro, Bolivia, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado 
GLOBAL-BREAKFAST/
RTX6C86N 
July 20, 2018 
A street vendor offers Quinoa drinks and cheese empanadas in El Alto outskirts in La Paz, Bolivia, July... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A street vendor offers Quinoa drinks and cheese empanadas in El Alto outskirts in La Paz 
A street vendor offers Quinoa drinks and cheese empanadas in El Alto outskirts in La Paz, Bolivia, July 20, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
GLOBAL-BREAKFAST/
RTX6C86F 
July 20, 2018 
A street vendor offers Quinoa drinks and cheese empanadas in El Alto outskirts in La Paz, Bolivia, July... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A street vendor offers Quinoa drinks and cheese empanadas in El Alto outskirts in La Paz 
A street vendor offers Quinoa drinks and cheese empanadas in El Alto outskirts in La Paz, Bolivia, July 20, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
GLOBAL-FOOD/
RTX4OQQR 
February 03, 2018 
Quinoa grains are seen at the kitchen of "Go Green" restaurant in La Paz, Bolivia, February 2, 2018.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Quinoa grains are seen at the kitchen of "Go Green" restaurant in La Paz 
Quinoa grains are seen at the kitchen of "Go Green" restaurant in La Paz, Bolivia, February 2, 2018. Picture taken in February 2, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
MONSANTO-PROTEST/CHILE-SANTIAGO
RTX36R9T 
May 20, 2017 
Demonstrators hold Quinoa plants during a protest against seeds company Monsanto in Santiago, Chile,... 
Santiago, Chile 
Demonstrators hold Quinoa plants during a protest against seeds company Monsanto in Santiago, 
Demonstrators hold Quinoa plants during a protest against seeds company Monsanto in Santiago, Chile, May 20, 2017. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HE0 
April 23, 2017 
Farmers dance during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia,... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Farmers dance during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La Paz 
Farmers dance during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HDV 
April 23, 2017 
An Aymara woman shows quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
An Aymara woman shows quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri 
An Aymara woman shows quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HDU 
April 23, 2017 
An Aymara woman holds quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
An Aymara woman holds quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in... 
An Aymara woman holds quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HDP 
April 23, 2017 
An Aymara woman handles quinoa plants during a promotion of sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
An Aymara woman handles quinoa plants during a promotion of sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district 
An Aymara woman handles quinoa plants during a promotion of sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HDL 
April 23, 2017 
Aymara women hold quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Aymara women hold quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La... 
Aymara women hold quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HDG 
April 23, 2017 
A musician plays a "pinkillo" during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
A musician plays a "pinkillo" during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La... 
A musician plays a "pinkillo" during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HDF 
April 23, 2017 
A musician plays a "pinkillo" during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
A musician plays a "pinkillo" during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La... 
A musician plays a "pinkillo" during a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HCZ 
April 23, 2017 
Quinoa grains are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia,... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Quinoa grains are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz 
Quinoa grains are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HCY 
April 23, 2017 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia,... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HCX 
April 23, 2017 
Farmers of Canaviri and Umala attend a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa in the Canaviri district in... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Farmers of Canaviri and Umala attend a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa in the Canaviri district 
Farmers of Canaviri and Umala attend a ceremony to promote sweet quinoa in the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HCL 
April 23, 2017 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia,... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HCK 
April 23, 2017 
An Aymara woman shows food and drinks made with quinoa during the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
An Aymara woman shows food and drinks made with quinoa during the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri... 
An Aymara woman shows food and drinks made with quinoa during the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HCI 
April 23, 2017 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia,... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz 
Quinoa plants are seen as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS13HCA 
April 23, 2017 
Aymara women inspect quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in... 
CANAVIRI, Bolivia 
Aymara women inspect quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district 
Aymara women inspect quinoa plants as part of the sweet quinoa promotion at the Canaviri district in La Paz Department, Bolivia, April 22, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-CARNIVAL/
RTX25IEH 
February 04, 2016 
An indigenous man carries quinoa plants as part of his costume during the Anata Andina (Andean carnival)... 
Oruro, Bolivia 
An indigenous man carries quinoa plants as part of his costume during the Anata Andina parade in Oruro... 
An indigenous man carries quinoa plants as part of his costume during the Anata Andina (Andean carnival) parade in Oruro, February 4, 2016. Hundreds of ethnic groups from Oruro province participated in the carnival. REUTERS/David Mercado 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA/ C
RTR4R8K7 
February 26, 2015 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA/ - Map of Australia locating current and potential growing areas. Australia is racing... 
Australia 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA/ C 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA/ - Map of Australia locating current and potential growing areas. Australia is racing to become a mass producer of the South American "super food", tapping a gluten-free market. Includes chart on global production. (SIN02) 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA/
RTR4R6T3 
February 25, 2015 
A seller shows Quinoa to a photographer at her stand at a market in Lima's Surquillo district February... 
Lima, Peru 
Seller shows Quinoa to a photographer at her stand at a market in Lima's Surquillo district 
A seller shows Quinoa to a photographer at her stand at a market in Lima's Surquillo district February 25, 2015. Australia and the United States, two of the world's biggest wheat exporters, are racing to become mass producers of the South American "super food" quinoa and tap a gluten-free market expected to be worth more than $6 billion by 2018. Quinoa, the staple of Andean farmers for thousands of years, has taken health-conscious Western nations by storm.
Demand grew 300 percent between 2007 and 2012, data from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization shows, as traditional suppliers Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Ecuador struggle to meet demand from health-conscious Western consumers. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY) 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA/
RTR4R6SS 
February 25, 2015 
A woman sells Quinoa and other products at a market in Lima's Surquillo district February 25, 2015. Australia... 
Lima, Peru 
Woman sells Quinoa and other products at a market in Lima's Surquillo district 
A woman sells Quinoa and other products at a market in Lima's Surquillo district February 25, 2015. Australia and the United States, two of the world's biggest wheat exporters, are racing to become mass producers of the South American "super food" quinoa and tap a gluten-free market expected to be worth more than $6 billion by 2018. Quinoa, the staple of Andean farmers for thousands of years, has taken health-conscious Western nations by storm.
Demand grew 300 percent between 2007 and 2012, data from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization shows, as traditional suppliers Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Ecuador struggle to meet demand from health-conscious Western consumers. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY HEALTH) 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA
RTR4R6SR 
February 25, 2015 
Different varieties of Quinoa are displayed at a market in Lima's Surquillo district, February 25, 2015.... 
Lima, Peru 
Different varieties of Quinoa are displayed at a market in Lima's Surquillo district 
Different varieties of Quinoa are displayed at a market in Lima's Surquillo district, February 25, 2015. Australia and the United States, two of the world's biggest wheat exporters, are racing to become mass producers of the South American "super food" quinoa and tap a gluten-free market expected to be worth more than $6 billion by 2018. Quinoa, the staple of Andean farmers for thousands of years, has taken health-conscious Western nations by storm.
Demand grew 300 percent between 2007 and 2012, data from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization shows, as traditional suppliers Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Ecuador struggle to meet demand from health-conscious Western consumers. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY HEALTH FOOD) 
AUSTRALIA-QUINOA
RTR4R6SP 
February 25, 2015 
Quinoa is display in a market in Surquillo Lima's district , February 25, 2015. Australia and the United... 
Lima, Peru 
Quinoa is display in a market in Surquillo Lima's district 
Quinoa is display in a market in Surquillo Lima's district , February 25, 2015. Australia and the United States, two of the world's biggest wheat exporters, are racing to become mass producers of the South American "super food" quinoa and tap a gluten-free market expected to be worth more than $6 billion by 2018. Quinoa, the staple of Andean farmers for thousands of years, has taken health-conscious Western nations by storm.
Demand grew 300 percent between 2007 and 2012, data from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization shows, as traditional suppliers Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Ecuador struggle to meet demand from health-conscious Western consumers. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY HEALTH FOOD) 
BOLIVIA-CRIME/
RTR4DBI4 
November 08, 2014 
Soldiers unload bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering... 
GUAQUI, Bolivia 
Soldiers unload bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui 
Soldiers unload bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering Peru, November 7, 2014. Approximately 19 tons of quinoa smuggled from Peru were confiscated by Bolivia's customs officials and were incinerated, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD AGRICULTURE POLITICS) 
BOLIVIA-CRIME/
RTR4DBHX 
November 08, 2014 
A truck unloads bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering... 
GUAQUI, Bolivia 
Truck unloads bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui 
A truck unloads bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering Peru, November 7, 2014. Approximately 19 tons of quinoa smuggled from Peru were confiscated by Bolivia's customs officials and were incinerated, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD AGRICULTURE POLITICS) 
BOLIVIA-CRIME/
RTR4DBHW 
November 08, 2014 
An excavator moves bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering... 
GUAQUI, Bolivia 
Excavator moves bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui 
An excavator moves bags of confiscated quinoa to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering Peru, November 7, 2014. Approximately 19 tons of quinoa smuggled from Peru were confiscated by Bolivia's customs officials and were incinerated, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD AGRICULTURE POLITICS) 
BOLIVIA-CRIME/
RTR4DBHV 
November 08, 2014 
Soldiers walk next to quinoa grains waiting to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering... 
GUAQUI, Bolivia 
Soldiers walk next to quinoa grains waiting to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui 
Soldiers walk next to quinoa grains waiting to be incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering Peru, November 7, 2014. Approximately 19 tons of quinoa smuggled from Peru were confiscated by Bolivia's customs officials and were incinerated, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD AGRICULTURE POLITICS) 
BOLIVIA-CRIME/
RTR4DBHU 
November 08, 2014 
Soldiers look on as bags of confiscated quinoa are incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering... 
GUAQUI, Bolivia 
Soldiers look on as bags of confiscated quinoa are incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui 
Soldiers look on as bags of confiscated quinoa are incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering Peru, November 7, 2014. Approximately 19 tons of quinoa smuggled from Peru were confiscated by Bolivia's customs officials and were incinerated, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD AGRICULTURE POLITICS) 
BOLIVIA-CRIME/
RTR4DBHT 
November 08, 2014 
Bags of confiscated quinoa are incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering Peru, November 7,... 
GUAQUI, Bolivia 
Bags of confiscated quinoa are incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui 
Bags of confiscated quinoa are incinerated in the Bolivian town of Guaqui, bordering Peru, November 7, 2014. Approximately 19 tons of quinoa smuggled from Peru were confiscated by Bolivia's customs officials and were incinerated, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD AGRICULTURE POLITICS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3LXRP 
April 19, 2014 
A quinoa grower is seen with their product at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers... 
CHALLAPATA, Bolivia 
A quinoa grower is seen with their product at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers... 
A quinoa grower is seen with their product at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro Department, south of La Paz, April 19, 2014. A bag of red quinoa, weighing about 46 kg, sells for around $200, according to local media on Saturday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3LXRK 
April 19, 2014 
A quinoa grower (R) sells their product at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in... 
CHALLAPATA, Bolivia 
A quinoa grower sells their product at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata,... 
A quinoa grower (R) sells their product at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro Department, south of La Paz, April 19, 2014. A bag of red quinoa, weighing about 46 kg, sells for around $200, according to local media on Saturday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3LXRI 
April 19, 2014 
Quinoa producers arrive at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro... 
CHALLAPATA, Bolivia 
Quinoa producers arrive at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, south... 
Quinoa producers arrive at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro Department, south of La Paz, April 19, 2014. A bag of red quinoa, weighing about 46 kg, sells for around $200, according to local media on Saturday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3LXRF 
April 19, 2014 
A man inspects the quality of red quinoa grains at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers... 
CHALLAPATA, Bolivia 
A man inspects the quality of red quinoa grains at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers... 
A man inspects the quality of red quinoa grains at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro Department, south of La Paz, April 19, 2014. A bag of red quinoa, weighing about 46 kg, sells for around $200, according to local media on Saturday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3LXRD 
April 19, 2014 
A man holds quinoa grains at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro... 
CHALLAPATA, Bolivia 
A man holds quinoa grains at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, south... 
A man holds quinoa grains at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro Department, south of La Paz, April 19, 2014. A bag of red quinoa, weighing about 46 kg, sells for around $200, according to local media on Saturday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3LXRA 
April 19, 2014 
A quinoa grower (R) and his family are seen with their bags of quinoa at a marketplace for small and... 
CHALLAPATA, Bolivia 
A quinoa grower and his family are seen with their bags of quinoa at a marketplace for small and medium-sized... 
A quinoa grower (R) and his family are seen with their bags of quinoa at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro Department, south of La Paz, April 19, 2014. A bag of red quinoa, weighing about 46 kg, sells for around $200, according to local media on Saturday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3LXR4 
April 19, 2014 
A man carries a bag of quinoa grains for sale at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers... 
CHALLAPATA, Bolivia 
A man carries a bag of quinoa grains in Challapata in the Oruro Department, south of La Paz 
A man carries a bag of quinoa grains for sale at a marketplace for small and medium-sized quinoa growers in Challapata, Oruro Department, south of La Paz, April 19, 2014. A bag of red quinoa, weighing about 46 kg, sells for around $200, according to local media on Saturday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR3HTFC 
March 20, 2014 
Bolivia's Vice Minister for Rural Development and Agriculture Victor Hugo Vasquez lies on quinoa grains... 
Uyuni, Bolivia 
Bolivia's Vice Minister for Rural Development and Agriculture Vasquez lies on quinoa grains as women... 
Bolivia's Vice Minister for Rural Development and Agriculture Victor Hugo Vasquez lies on quinoa grains as women spin him around during "Pataqui", an Andean traditional ceremony for a good harvest, in the salt flats of Uyuni region, southwest of La Paz March 19, 2014. Vasquez is travelling via caravan through the "Quinoa route", which goes through different regions that produce the grain. The Bolivian government is planning to produce quinoa in a million hectares in the next five years, according local media. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
PERU/
RTX13JCG 
September 13, 2013 
A variety of red quinoa, an Andean nutrient-rich grain, is displayed in a market stand during the Mistura... 
Lima, Peru 
A variety of red quinoa, an Andean nutrient-rich grain, is displayed in a market stand during the Mistura... 
A variety of red quinoa, an Andean nutrient-rich grain, is displayed in a market stand during the Mistura gastronomic fair in Lima September 12, 2013. The fair seeks to promote Peruvian cuisine by showcasing food and products from all over the country. Exponents of Peruvian cuisine and foreign chefs are also participating in the fair, which runs from September 5 to 15. The fair brings together the various players in the gastronomic chain of Peru such as farmers, pisco producers, bakers, chefs, confectioners, huariques, culinary schools, food retailers and food-related industries. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ46R 
April 30, 2013 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ46O 
April 30, 2013 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest in Tarmaya 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ46N 
April 30, 2013 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest in Tarmaya 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ46L 
April 30, 2013 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest in Tarmaya 
Farmers separate grains during a Quinoa harvest on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ46J 
April 30, 2013 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ46H 
April 30, 2013 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ469 
April 30, 2013 
A man carries a bag of harvested Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
A man carries a bag of harvested Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
A man carries a bag of harvested Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ467 
April 30, 2013 
Farmers harvest Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
Farmers harvest Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
Farmers harvest Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ466 
April 30, 2013 
A woman holds harvested Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013.... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
A woman holds harvested Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
A woman holds harvested Quinoa plants on a field in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ464 
April 30, 2013 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXZ45S 
April 30, 2013 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional... 
TARMAYA, Bolivia 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya 
A woman harvests Quinoa plants in Tarmaya, some 120 km south of La Paz April 29, 2013. Still a nutritional staple for the indigenous people living in the Altiplano of Bolivia, Quinoa is also producing much profits for the region. The global boom for the golden grain, cultivated at high altitudes, has boosted prices five times in just nine years. Government officials hope $10 million in credits for producers will help boost production further still to meet the increasing demands at home and abroad. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXYJPB 
April 13, 2013 
A Bolivian woman stands next to a Quinoa plant, a variety of grain cultivated at high altitudes, during... 
Caracollo, Bolivia 
A Bolivian woman stands next to a Quinoa plant, a variety of grain cultivated at high altitudes, during... 
A Bolivian woman stands next to a Quinoa plant, a variety of grain cultivated at high altitudes, during a visit to the area by journalists with the Bolivian government to promote International Year of Quinoa in Caracollo, some 180 km (112 miles) south of La Paz, April 8, 2013. Officials of the United Nations and Andean countries launched the International Year of Quinoa last February to bring attention to the unique properties of this grain that has been cultivated for thousands of years. Picture taken April 8, 2013. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXYJNG 
April 13, 2013 
Bolivian chefs prepare food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian chefs prepare food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La... 
Bolivian chefs prepare food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La Paz, March 22, 2013. Officials of the United Nations and Andean countries launched the International Year of Quinoa last February to bring attention to the nutritional, ecological, and economic benefits of this natural food resource. Picture taken, March 22, 2013. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXYJNE 
April 13, 2013 
A chef prepares food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La Paz, March... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A chef prepares food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La Paz 
A chef prepares food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La Paz, March 22, 2013. Officials of the United Nations and Andean countries launched the International Year of Quinoa last February to bring attention to the nutritional, ecological, and economic benefits of this natural food resource. Picture taken, March 22, 2013. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTXYJND 
April 13, 2013 
Bolivian chefs prepare food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian chefs prepare food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La... 
Bolivian chefs prepare food made from Quinoa, a variety of grain cultivated in high altitudes, in La Paz, March 22, 2013. Officials of the United Nations and Andean countries launched the International Year of Quinoa last February to bring attention to the nutritional, ecological, and economic benefits of this natural food resource. Picture taken, March 22, 2013. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE SOCIETY) 
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