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COFFEE-DUOPOLY/
RTS2NCT1
August 22, 2019
Roasted coffee beans are seen at the coffee company of Simexco Dak Lak Limited in the town of Di An in...
Binh Duong, Vietnam
Roasted coffee beans are seen at the coffee company of Simexco Dak Lak Limited in the town of Di An
Roasted coffee beans are seen at the coffee company of Simexco Dak Lak Limited in the town of Di An in Binh Duong province, Vietnam July 8, 2019. Picture taken July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Yen Duong
ENVIRONMENT-ARCHITECTURE/CORK
RTX70TMT
July 24, 2019
Detail of the Cork House in Eton, Britain July 19, 2019. Picture taken July 19, 2019. REUTERS/George...
Eton, United Kingdom
Detail of the Cork House in Eton
Detail of the Cork House in Eton, Britain July 19, 2019. Picture taken July 19, 2019. REUTERS/George Sargent
Wider Image
Wider Image
Australia's drought - the cancer eating away at farms
21 PICTURES
AUSTRALIA-DROUGHT/
RTX6DHOL
July 31, 2018
From ground level, Australia's drought looks like a featureless, brown dustbowl, but from the air it...
WALGETT, Australia
The Wider Image: Australia's drought - the cancer eating away at farms
From ground level, Australia's drought looks like a featureless, brown dustbowl, but from the air it transforms into an artistry of colour and texture as the land cracks under a blazing sun. Circular dry plough tracks resemble the concentric circles in Aboriginal dot paintings that tell of an ancient mythology, starving cattle queuing for feed look like an abstract painting and their black shadows stretching across the land a surrealist image. The worst drought in living memory is sweeping parts of eastern Australia, leaving farmers struggling to cope and many asking questions about the future. A quarter of Australia's agricultural production by value is grown in New South Wales (NSW) and the state government has offered more than A$1 billion in emergency funding to farmers. It announced the latest tranche - A$500 million - on July 30. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology says parts of Australia experienced the second-warmest summer (December-February) on record and have just been through one of the driest and warmest autumns (March-May) on record. And the dry spell, which has left more than 95 percent of NSW in drought, according to Department of Primary Industries, has no end in sight. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "AUSTRALIA DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
UKRAINE-ENERGY/
RTX4Y19U
February 20, 2018
Coal is seen at a warehouse of the Trypillian thermal power plant in Kiev region, Ukraine November 23,...
KIEV REGION, Ukraine
Coal is seen at a warehouse of the Trypillian thermal power plant in Kiev region
Coal is seen at a warehouse of the Trypillian thermal power plant in Kiev region, Ukraine November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
UKRAINE-ENERGY/
RTX4Y19H
February 20, 2018
Coal is seen at a warehouse of the Trypillian thermal power plant in Kiev region, Ukraine November 23,...
KIEV REGION, Ukraine
Coal is seen at a warehouse of the Trypillian thermal power plant in Kiev region
Coal is seen at a warehouse of the Trypillian thermal power plant in Kiev region, Ukraine November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQFS
February 09, 2018
Steel strips are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel strips are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel strips are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ6M
February 09, 2018
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow,...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ63
February 09, 2018
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow,...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ5U
February 09, 2018
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow,...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ51
February 09, 2018
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow,...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel profile pipes are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ4J
February 09, 2018
Steel plates are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel plates are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel plates are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ4A
February 09, 2018
Steel plates are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel plates are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel plates are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ30
February 09, 2018
Steel channels are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel channels are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel channels are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ1Q
February 09, 2018
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ1M
February 09, 2018
Steel rebar is pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel rebar is pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel rebar is pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TQ1F
February 09, 2018
Steel rebar is pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel rebar is pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel rebar is pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TP6D
February 09, 2018
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX4TP66
February 09, 2018
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia...
Podolsk, Russia
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk
Steel angles are pictured at the Ariel Metal steel trader warehouse in Podolsk outside Moscow, Russia February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NIGERIA-UNILEVER
RTX4JB18
January 24, 2018
Toothpaste tubes are seen on the production line at the Unilever factory in Lagos, Nigeria January 18,...
Lagos, Nigeria
Toothpaste tubes are seen on the production line at the Unilever factory in Lagos
Toothpaste tubes are seen on the production line at the Unilever factory in Lagos, Nigeria January 18, 2018. Picture taken January 18, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUTOSHOW-DETROIT/
RTX4CSCO
January 16, 2018
A close-up detail photo shows the texture on the dashboard controls of an Audi TT RS coupe at the North...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Car manufacturers display their wares on the show floor of the North American International Auto Show...
A close-up detail photo shows the texture on the dashboard controls of an Audi TT RS coupe at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
NORTHKOREA-FOOD/
RTS1IAUP
November 03, 2017
A photo illustration shows "Injogogi", which means a textured vegetable protein, at a North Korean food...
Seoul, South Korea
A photo illustration shows "Injogogi" in Seoul
A photo illustration shows "Injogogi", which means a textured vegetable protein, at a North Korean food store run by North Korean defector Hong Eun-hye in Seoul, South Korea, September 28, 2017. Picture taken on September 28, 2017. To match Insight NORTHKOREA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/Illustration
NORTHKOREA-FOOD/
RTS1IAUL
November 03, 2017
A photo illustration shows a dish of "Injogogi-bab", which means rice with textured vegetable protein,...
Seoul, South Korea
A photo illustration shows a dish of "Injogogi-bab" in Seoul
A photo illustration shows a dish of "Injogogi-bab", which means rice with textured vegetable protein, cooked by North Korean defector Hong Eun-hye at her North Korean food store in Seoul, South Korea, September 28, 2017. Picture taken on September 28, 2017. To match Insight NORTHKOREA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
NORTHKOREA-FOOD/
RTS1IAUF
November 03, 2017
A photo illustration shows a dish of "Injogogi-bab", which means rice with textured vegetable protein,...
Seoul, South Korea
A photo illustration shows a dish of "Injogogi-bab" in Seoul
A photo illustration shows a dish of "Injogogi-bab", which means rice with textured vegetable protein, cooked by North Korean defector Hong Eun-hye at her North Korean food store in Seoul, South Korea, September 28, 2017. Picture taken on September 28, 2017. To match Insight NORTHKOREA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/Illustration
CHINA-TEXTILES/ITALY
RTSYIUI
February 13, 2017
Different colours and textures are ready to be seen by clients at the Tollegno 1900 factory near Biella,...
TOLLEGNO, Italy
Different colours and textures are ready to be seen by clients at the Tollegno 1900 factory near Biella...
Different colours and textures are ready to be seen by clients at the Tollegno 1900 factory near Biella, northern Italy, December 1, 2016. Picture taken December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Giulia Segreti
USA-TRUMP/STEELE
RTX2YLZ0
January 12, 2017
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British...
London, United Kingdom
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British...
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, who has been named as the author of an intelligence dossier on President-elect Donald Trump, in Wokingham, Britain, January 12, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
USA-TRUMP/STEELE
RTX2YLYZ
January 12, 2017
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British...
London, United Kingdom
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British...
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, who has been named as the author of an intelligence dossier on President-elect Donald Trump, in Wokingham, Britain, January 12, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
USA-TRUMP/STEELE
RTX2YLYY
January 12, 2017
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British...
London, United Kingdom
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British...
A person stands behind textured glass at an address which has been linked by local media to former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, who has been named as the author of an intelligence dossier on President-elect Donald Trump, in Wokingham, Britain, January 12, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/IRELAND
RTX2PBLE
October 18, 2016
A subtle change in the texture of the road indicates the precise Republic of Ireland (left) and Northern...
PETTIGO, United Kingdom
A subtle change in the texture of the road indicates the precise Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland...
A subtle change in the texture of the road indicates the precise Republic of Ireland (left) and Northern Ireland (right) border line in the border town of Pettigo, Northern Ireland October 14, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
In the Headlines
In the Headlines
Growing burgers in a lab
11 PICTURES
SINGAPORE-FOOD/HAWKERS
RTX2N3BA
August 25, 2016
Hawker Wee Phong Sai, 66, cooks fishball noodles at his Thye Hong Handmade Fishball Noodle stall at Ghim...
Singapore, Singapore
The Wider Image: Eating street in Singapore
Hawker Wee Phong Sai, 66, cooks fishball noodles at his Thye Hong Handmade Fishball Noodle stall at Ghim Moh food center in Singapore May 21, 2016. "I have been here, at this stall, since 1977; all of my five brothers sell fishball noodles, although two of them have retired. I continue to make fishballs by hand because it gives them a softer texture," he said. "To retire? These are two words that I will not utter." REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "HAWKER FOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SINGAPORE-FOOD/HAWKERS
RTX2N3B7
August 25, 2016
A combination picture shows hawker Wee Phong Sai, 66, cooking fishball noodles at his Thye Hong Handmade...
Singapore, Singapore
The Wider Image: Eating street in Singapore
A combination picture shows hawker Wee Phong Sai, 66, cooking fishball noodles at his Thye Hong Handmade Fishball Noodle stall at Ghim Moh food center in Singapore May 21, 2016 (top) and a bowl of fishball noodles August 12, 2016. "I have been here, at this stall, since 1977; all of my five brothers sell fishball noodles, although two of them have retired. I continue to make fishballs by hand because it gives them a softer texture," he said. "To retire? These are two words that I will not utter." REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "HAWKER FOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AWARDS-OSCARS
RTS8GKK
February 29, 2016
Presenter Margot Robbie, wearing a textured gold DVF dress with plunging neckline, arrives at the 88th...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
Presenter Margot Robbie arrives at the 88th Academy Awards in Hollywood
Presenter Margot Robbie, wearing a textured gold DVF dress with plunging neckline, arrives at the 88th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California February 28, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
Milan Fashion Week
Milan Fashion Week
Day Five - 23 Feb 2014
80 PICTURES
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQJ
March 04, 2013
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility is pictured in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility is pictured in South Sioux City, Nebraska
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility is pictured in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQG
March 04, 2013
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters is pictured in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012....
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters is pictured in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota
The Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters is pictured in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQB
March 04, 2013
Nick Roth (L), Jennifer Letch (C) and Craig Letch pose for a photograph at Beef Products Inc company...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Nick Roth, Jennifer Letch and Craig Letch pose for a photograph at Beef Products Inc company headquarters...
Nick Roth (L), Jennifer Letch (C) and Craig Letch pose for a photograph at Beef Products Inc company headquarters in Dakota Dunes, South DakotaNovember 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQ5
March 04, 2013
(Counterclockwise from bottom left) Eldon Roth, founder and CEO of Beef Products Inc (BPI) and his wife...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Eldon Roth, founder and CEO of Beef Products Inc and his wife Regina pose with their son, Nick, son-in-law...
(Counterclockwise from bottom left) Eldon Roth, founder and CEO of Beef Products Inc (BPI) and his wife Regina pose for a photograph with their son, Nick Roth, son-in-law Craig Letch and daughter Jennifer Letch at their company headquarters in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKQ0
March 04, 2013
Jason Gaswint keeps an eye on equipment readings from the Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters operations...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Jason Gaswint keeps an eye on equipment readings from the Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters operations...
Jason Gaswint keeps an eye on equipment readings from the Beef Products Inc (BPI) headquarters operations center in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPU
March 04, 2013
Edible beef tallow, one of the byproducts of producing lean, finely textured beef (LFTB), is pictured...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Edible beef tallow, one of the byproducts of producing lean, finely textured beef (LFTB), is pictured...
Edible beef tallow, one of the byproducts of producing lean, finely textured beef (LFTB), is pictured at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPP
March 04, 2013
Tanya Chavez measures a sample of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) for oil, moisture and protein content...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Tanya Chavez measures a sample of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) for oil, moisture and protein content...
Tanya Chavez measures a sample of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) for oil, moisture and protein content at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPI
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPF
March 04, 2013
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility...
Rich Jochum displays a package of lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKPD
March 04, 2013
Boneless beef trimmings that average about 70% fat from which lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is created...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Boneless beef trimmings that average about 70% fat from which lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is created...
Boneless beef trimmings that average about 70% fat from which lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is created from is pictured at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP8
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP7
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP5
March 04, 2013
A plant worker walks through the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
A plant worker walks through the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City
A plant worker walks through the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKP3
March 04, 2013
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South...
Plant workers produce lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKOY
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKOW
March 04, 2013
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux...
Lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) is produced at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
USA-MEDIA/ABC-BPI/
RTR3EKOU
March 04, 2013
Plant workers walk through the Machine Shop at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City,...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Plant workers walk through the Machine Shop at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City...
Plant workers walk through the Machine Shop at the Beef Products Inc (BPI) facility in South Sioux City, Nebraska November 19, 2012. A year ago, Beef Products Inc. had four state-of-the art plants, more than 1,300 employees and was expanding aggressively. The meat company was the leading maker of "lean finely textured beef," a low-fat product made from chunks of beef, including trimmings, and exposed to tiny bursts of ammonium hydroxide to kill E. coli and other dangerous contaminants. Few Americans realized the product was a mainstay of fast-food burgers, school lunch tacos and homemade meatloaf. Today, the South Dakota company's revenues have plummeted from more than $650 million to about $130 million a year, and three of its plants are shuttered. Company officials blame the abrupt falloff on a series of ABC News broadcasts that began last March - stories that repeatedly called its product "pink slime." Photo taken November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY MEDIA)
BASEBALL-BOSTON/
RTR310ER
April 21, 2012
The sign for the bleacher section is painted over a textured wall as Fenway Park commemorates its 100th...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Sign for bleacher section is painted over textured wall as Fenway Park in Boston
The sign for the bleacher section is painted over a textured wall as Fenway Park commemorates its 100th year anniversary during the American League MLB baseball action between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees in Boston, Massachusetts April 20, 2012. The New York Yankees spoiled a day of feel-good nostalgia at Fenway Park on Friday by blasting five home runs in a 6-2 win over the Red Sox on the 100th anniversary of the first game played at the ballpark. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL ANNIVERSARY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302X8
March 30, 2012
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback (L), Texas Governor Rick Perry (C) and Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (R)...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Government officials examine package of meat product known as pink slime during a tour of Beef Product...
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback (L), Texas Governor Rick Perry (C) and Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (R) examine a package of the beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef during a tour of Beef Products Inc.'s plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska March 29, 2012, where the beef product is made. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302X1
March 30, 2012
Texas Governor Rick Perry (C) asks a question with Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (R) and Nebraska Lt....
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Government officials tour meat plant where product known as pink slime is produced in South Sioux City,...
Texas Governor Rick Perry (C) asks a question with Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (R) and Nebraska Lt. Governor Rick Sheehy (2nd R) during a tour of Beef Products Inc.'s plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska March 29, 2012 where the product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is made. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302WQ
March 30, 2012
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is frozen on a large drum during a...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is frozen on a large drum during a...
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is frozen on a large drum during a tour of the Beef Products Inc.'s plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska March 29, 2012. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302WN
March 30, 2012
A worker removes a bone from meat on a conveyor belt at the pink slime or lean finely textured beef production...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
A worker removes a bone at the pink slime or lean finely textured beef production line at the Beef Products...
A worker removes a bone from meat on a conveyor belt at the pink slime or lean finely textured beef production line at the Beef Products Inc. Plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska March 29, 2012. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302WH
March 30, 2012
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is frozen on large drums as part of...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is frozen on large drums at the Beef...
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is frozen on large drums as part of the manufacturing process at the Beef Products Inc. plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska March 29, 2012. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302VU
March 30, 2012
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is displayed on a tray during a tour...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is displayed on a tray during a tour...
The beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef is displayed on a tray during a tour March 29, 2012, of the Beef Products Inc.'s plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska, where the product is made. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302W7
March 29, 2012
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (C) followed by Texas Governor Rick Perry and South Dakota Lt. Governor...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Government officials tour the Beef Products Inc.'s plant where the product known as pink slime is made...
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (C) followed by Texas Governor Rick Perry and South Dakota Lt. Governor Matt Michels, walk past a conveyor carrying the cuts of beef destined to become the beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef, during a tour March 29, 2012, of the Beef Products Inc.'s plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska, where the beef product is made. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY)
FOOD-SLIME/
RTR302W0
March 29, 2012
Craig Letch, director of food quality and assurance for Beef Products Inc. (BPI), (L), introduces the...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, UNITED STATES
Beef product known as pink slime is shown to government officials during a tour of the Beef Products...
Craig Letch, director of food quality and assurance for Beef Products Inc. (BPI), (L), introduces the beef product known as pink slime or lean finely textured beef, and the cuts from which it is made to from left to right: Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, South Dakota Lt. Gov. Matt Michels and Nebraska Lt. Gov. Rick Sheehy, during a tour March 29, 2012, of the Beef Products Inc.'s plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska, where the beef product is made. The governors of Iowa, Texas and Kansas and lieutenant governors of Nebraska and South Dakota toured the plant to show their support for the company and the several thousand jobs it creates in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. REUTERS/Nati Harnik/Pool (UNITED STATES)
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