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PALESTINIANS-EXHIBITION/CACTUS
RTX72DYL
August 06, 2019
Peeled prickly pears are displayed for people to taste during a cactus fruits exhibition in the village...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Peeled prickly pears are displayed for people to taste during a cactus fruits exhibition in the village...
Peeled prickly pears are displayed for people to taste during a cactus fruits exhibition in the village of Nilin near Ramallah, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank August 5, 2019. Picture taken August 5, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman
SINGAPORE-AGRICULTURE/
RTX6X491
May 30, 2019
An employee checks on a tray of seedlings at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore May 24,...
Singapore, Singapore
An employee checks on a tray of seedlings at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore
An employee checks on a tray of seedlings at Sustenir Agriculture's indoor farm in Singapore May 24, 2019. Picture taken May 24, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/
RTX66Z9D
May 31, 2018
Laura Barrado (L), 44, Agricultural Engineer poses with her family at their home in Alpedrete, near Madrid,...
Alpedrete, Spain
The Wider Image: Families around the world join war on plastic
Laura Barrado (L), 44, Agricultural Engineer poses with her family at their home in Alpedrete, near Madrid, Spain, May 29, 2018. "We try to avoid certain purchases, mainly food, in plastic bags or plastic trays. We recycle as much as possible not only plastic but also paper or organic trash," said Laura. "We try to the best of our ability to minimise our impact on the environment to leave a better world for future generations." REUTERS/Sergio Perez
BULGARIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS1OMPB
March 21, 2018
Storks that were saved by Bulgarian farmer Safet Ismail are pictured in the village of Zaritsa, Bulgaria,...
ZARITSA, Bulgaria
Storks that were saved by Bulgarian farmer Ismail are pictured in the village of Zaritsa
Storks that were saved by Bulgarian farmer Safet Ismail are pictured in the village of Zaritsa, Bulgaria, March 21, 2018. Dozens of people from villages in north-eastern Bulgaria took storks to their houses as a lot of the birds got injured due to freezing temperatures and snowfalls in the area over the last few days. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NIGERIA-DELTA/
RTS4ECU
October 14, 2015
A boy fries cassava grains in a tray on a locally made firewood stove in Ikarama village on the outskirts...
IKARAMA, Nigeria
The Wider Image: Tensions in the Niger Delta
A boy fries cassava grains in a tray on a locally made firewood stove in Ikarama village on the outskirts of the Bayelsa state capital, Yenagoa, in Nigeria's delta region October 8, 2015. Tensions are building in the swampland of the Niger Delta as an amnesty that aimed to bring stability to Nigeria's volatile southern region is due to expire at the end of the year. While the region's towns and cities are mostly calm, local residents say kidnappings and armed robberies are on the increase in the mangrove swamps, where most oil wells are located. Former military ruler and Muslim northerner President Muhammadu Buhari said in his inauguration speech in May that he might "streamline" the amnesty, implemented in 2009 by his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan, a Christian like most of the Delta population. The deal aimed to pacify militants fighting for a greater share of oil revenues in Africa's biggest crude producer. At risk are payouts worth $300 million a year to 30,000 youths, money designed to discourage them from blowing up pipelines or kidnapping oil workers in a region where basic services are almost non-existent. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye PICTURE 9 OF 24 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TENSIONS IN THE NIGER DELTA". SEARCH " DELTA TENSION" FOR ALL IMAGES.
USA-TRADE/SHRIMP
RTS14MT
September 15, 2015
Black tiger shrimps are arranged on ice before being frozen at Cafatex shrimp and Pangasius Catfish factory...
HAU GIANG PROVINCE, Viet Nam
Black tiger shrimps are arranged on ice before being frozen at Cafatex shrimp and Pangasius Catfish factory...
Black tiger shrimps are arranged on ice before being frozen at Cafatex shrimp and Pangasius Catfish factory in Vietnam's southern Mekong delta province of Hau Giang August 28, 2015. Photo taken on August 28, 2015. To match Insight USA-TRADE/SHRIMP REUTERS/Kham
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC9H
July 22, 2015
An employee uses a scooter to ride in a greenhouse of the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company in...
LARONXE, France
An employee uses a scooter to ride in a greenhouse of the Plant Advanced Technologies company in Laronxe...
An employee uses a scooter to ride in a greenhouse of the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC9G
July 22, 2015
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse...
LARONXE, France
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse...
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC9E
July 22, 2015
An employee inspects plants in a greenhouse of the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company in Laronxe...
LARONXE, France
An employee inspects plants in a greenhouse of the Plant Advanced Technologies company in Laronxe near...
An employee inspects plants in a greenhouse of the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC9D
July 22, 2015
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse...
LARONXE, France
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse...
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC98
July 22, 2015
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near...
LARONXE, France
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy...
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC96
July 22, 2015
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near...
LARONXE, France
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy...
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC8L
July 22, 2015
An employee holds a plant with roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe...
LARONXE, France
An employee holds a plant with roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse in Laronxe...
An employee holds a plant with roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LC11
July 22, 2015
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near...
LARONXE, France
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy...
Plants roots are pictured at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LBZW
July 22, 2015
Plants roots are pictured during an exudation process at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company...
LARONXE, France
Plants roots are pictured during an exudation process at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse...
Plants roots are pictured during an exudation process at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LBZ6
July 22, 2015
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse...
LARONXE, France
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse...
An employee prepares the exudation of plants roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LBYU
July 22, 2015
An employee walks between arrays of plants in a greenhouse at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company...
LARONXE, France
An employee walks between arrays of plants in a greenhouse at the Plant Advanced Technologies company...
An employee walks between arrays of plants in a greenhouse at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
PAT-PLANTMILKINGTECH/
RTX1LBYL
July 22, 2015
An employee holds a plant with roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe...
LARONXE, France
An employee holds a plant with roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies company greenhouse in Laronxe...
An employee holds a plant with roots at the Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) company greenhouse in Laronxe near Nancy, Eastern France, June 19, 2015. The farmers employed at the site in Laronxe are growing plants in a special way with a view to "milking" them for use in medicines, cosmetics and agrochemicals. Several major brands, including Germany's BASF and France's Chanel, have teamed up with Plant Advanced Technologies (PAT) in the hope of securing privileged access to the so-called 'biomolecules' it extracts through the use of a patented technique. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJI2
November 25, 2014
Farmer Tom Chino hands trays of vegetable transplants to workers as they move from the greenhouse to...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Farmer Tom Chino hands trays of vegetable transplants to workers as they move from the greenhouse to...
Farmer Tom Chino hands trays of vegetable transplants to workers as they move from the greenhouse to the field for planting on his family's farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJHR
November 25, 2014
Farmer Tom Chino hands trays of vegetable transplants to workers as they move from the greenhouse to...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Farmer Tom Chino hands trays of vegetable transplants to workers as they move from the greenhouse to...
Farmer Tom Chino hands trays of vegetable transplants to workers as they move from the greenhouse to the field for planting on his family's farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-AGRICULTURE-MONSANTO
RTR42TJE
August 18, 2014
SMRT Cell trays are stacked in the DNA sequencing lab in the Monsanto research facility in Chesterfield,...
Chesterfield, UNITED STATES
SMRT Cell trays are stacked in the DNA sequencing lab in the Monsanto research facility in Chesterfield...
SMRT Cell trays are stacked in the DNA sequencing lab in the Monsanto research facility in Chesterfield, Missouri, July 28, 2014. Monsanto says their technology-driven plant breeding process is focused on improving the overall genetics of a crop, using parents with characteristics such as disease tolerance, size or baking qualities. Picture taken July 28, 2014. 14 of 25 Monsanto Stand Alone Picture Package. REUTERS/Tom Gannam (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE)
PANASONIC-SINGAPORE/FARMING
RTR413J9
August 03, 2014
A visitor looks at leafy vegetable grown in Panasonic's first indoor vegetable farm at their factory...
Singapore, Singapore
A visitor looks at leafy vegetable grown in Panasonic's first indoor vegetable farm at their factory...
A visitor looks at leafy vegetable grown in Panasonic's first indoor vegetable farm at their factory in Singapore July 31, 2014. A unit of Japan's Panasonic Corp last week started selling to a chain of Japanese restaurants in Singapore fresh produce grown in what it says is the first licensed indoor vegetable farm in the island state. The move ties Panasonic's deeper push into farming technology with land-scarce Singapore's ambition to reduce its near-total reliance on food imports. Picture taken July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDIA/
RTR3R82S
May 28, 2014
A boy receives food at an orphanage run by a non-governmental organisation on World Hunger Day, in the...
Chennai, India
A boy receives food at an orphanage run by a non-governmental organisation on World Hunger Day, in the...
A boy receives food at an orphanage run by a non-governmental organisation on World Hunger Day, in the southern Indian city of Chennai May 28, 2014. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PERU-WATER/
RTR3HYKP
March 20, 2014
Enrique Llamozas, a resident of the district of Lince, cultivates hydroponics lettuce on his roof in...
Lima, Peru
Enrique Llamozas, a resident of the district of Lince, cultivates hydroponics lettuce on his roof in...
Enrique Llamozas, a resident of the district of Lince, cultivates hydroponics lettuce on his roof in Lima February 24, 2014. With the help of experts from the Agrarian University of Peru, the municipality of Lince began teaching residents to cultivate plants using mineral nutrient solutions instead of soil, a technique known as hydroponics. Urban agriculture has become more relevant since the real estate boom that transformed in the last decade the face of the second largest desert city in the world after Cairo. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)
PERU-WATER/
RTR3HYKH
March 20, 2014
Enrique Llamozas, a resident of the district of Lince, cultivates hydroponics lettuce on his roof in...
Lima, Peru
Enrique Llamozas, a resident of the district of Lince, cultivates hydroponics lettuce on his roof in...
Enrique Llamozas, a resident of the district of Lince, cultivates hydroponics lettuce on his roof in Lima February 24, 2014. With the help of experts from the Agrarian University of Peru, the municipality of Lince began teaching residents to cultivate plants using mineral nutrient solutions instead of soil, a technique known as hydroponics. Urban agriculture has become more relevant since the real estate boom that transformed in the last decade the face of the second largest desert city in the world after Cairo. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX19A57
February 22, 2014
A tray with cheeses is presented to French President Francois Hollande (L) during a visit to the 51st...
Paris, France
A tray with cheeses is presented to French President Hollande during a visit to the 51st International...
A tray with cheeses is presented to French President Francois Hollande (L) during a visit to the 51st International Agricultural Show in Paris February 22, 2014. The Paris Farm Show will run from February 22 to March 2. REUTERS/Jacques Brinon/Pool (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-MARIJUANA/COLORADO
RTX16YCK
December 31, 2013
The roots of marijuana plant clones are seen at a grow operation in Denver, Colorado December 31, 2013....
Denver, UNITED STATES
The roots of marijuana plant clones are seen at a grow operation in Denver
The roots of marijuana plant clones are seen at a grow operation in Denver, Colorado December 31, 2013. Proprietors of the first marijuana retailers licensed to sell pot for recreational use in Colorado were busy rolling joints and stocking shelves with their leafy merchandise on Tuesday, ahead of a New Year's Day grand opening that marks a new chapter in America's drug culture. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POLITICS DRUGS)
USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK
RTX15QZM
November 24, 2013
Young lettuce plants poke through holes cut in the foam lids of a hydroponic growing bed in a greenhouse,...
GLENMOORE, UNITED STATES
Young lettuce plants poke through holes cut in the foam lids of a hydroponic growing bed in a greenhouse...
Young lettuce plants poke through holes cut in the foam lids of a hydroponic growing bed in a greenhouse, where the Chester County Food Bank grows seedlings and produce, on the Springton Manor Farm in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania November 21, 2013. Chester County is among about 20 food banks across the country that have started their own farms to boost healthier eating by the needy. Picture taken November 21. To match Feature USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK
RTX15QZH
November 24, 2013
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick harvests and bags collard greens inside a "tunnel"...
GLENMOORE, UNITED STATES
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick harvests and bags collard greens inside a "tunnel"...
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick harvests and bags collard greens inside a "tunnel" greenhouse, where the program grows seedlings and produce, in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania November 21, 2013. Chester County is among about 20 food banks across the country that have started their own farms to boost healthier eating by the needy. Picture taken November 21. To match Feature USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY AGRICULTURE FOOD HEALTH)
USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK
RTX15QZG
November 24, 2013
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick removes a spinach seedling to be planted in...
GLENMOORE, UNITED STATES
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick removes a spinach seedling to be planted in...
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick removes a spinach seedling to be planted in one of the gardens on the Springton Manor farm where the program grows produce in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania November 21, 2013. Chester County is among about 20 food banks across the country that have started their own farms to boost healthier eating by the needy. Picture taken November 21. To match Feature USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY FOOD AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK
RTX15QZA
November 24, 2013
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick covers a hydroponic growing bed holding lettuce...
GLENMOORE, UNITED STATES
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick covers a hydroponic growing bed holding lettuce...
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick covers a hydroponic growing bed holding lettuce inside a "tunnel" greenhouse, where the program grows seedlings, in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania November 21, 2013. Chester County is among about 20 food banks across the country that have started their own farms to boost healthier eating by the needy. Picture taken November 21. To match Feature USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY HEALTH AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK
RTX15QZ9
November 24, 2013
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick examines young lettuce plants growing in a...
GLENMOORE, UNITED STATES
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick examines young lettuce plants growing in a...
Chester County Food Bank agricultural director Bill Shick examines young lettuce plants growing in a hydroponic bed in a greenhouse, where the program grows seedlings, in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania November 21, 2013. Chester County is among about 20 food banks across the country that have started their own farms to boost healthier eating by the needy. Picture taken November 21. To match Feature USA-THANKSGIVING/FOODBANK REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE SOCIETY POVERTY)
GRAIN-RUSSIA/EGYPT
RTX11N5G
July 15, 2013
A baker loads wooden trays with bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov, some 80 km (50 miles) northeast...
Stavropol Region, Russia
Baker loads wooden trays with bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov
A baker loads wooden trays with bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov, some 80 km (50 miles) northeast of Stavropol in southern Russia, July 8, 2013. Russia and other countries should hold discussions on possible humanitarian deliveries of wheat to Egypt, the world's largest importer of the grain, as it faces an acute shortage, Russia's deputy agriculture minister said. Picture taken July 8, 2013. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS BUSINESS)
GRAIN-RUSSIA/EGYPT
RTX11N5D
July 15, 2013
A baker (L) loads wooden trays with bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov, some 80 km (50 miles)...
Stavropol Region, Russia
Baker loads wooden trays with bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov
A baker (L) loads wooden trays with bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov, some 80 km (50 miles) northeast of Stavropol in southern Russia, July 8, 2013. Russia and other countries should hold discussions on possible humanitarian deliveries of wheat to Egypt, the world's largest importer of the grain, as it faces an acute shortage, Russia's deputy agriculture minister said. Picture taken July 8, 2013. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD BUSINESS POLITICS)
GRAIN-RUSSIA/EGYPT
RTX11N5A
July 15, 2013
A baker pulls a cart with trays containing bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov, some 80 km (50...
Stavropol Region, Russia
Baker pulls cart with trays containing bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov
A baker pulls a cart with trays containing bread at a bakery in the settlement of Kirov, some 80 km (50 miles) northeast of Stavropol in southern Russia, July 8, 2013. Russia and other countries should hold discussions on possible humanitarian deliveries of wheat to Egypt, the world's largest importer of the grain, as it faces an acute shortage, Russia's deputy agriculture minister said. Picture taken July 8, 2013. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS BUSINESS)
MEXICO-EATING-INSECTS/
RTX10VFT
June 20, 2013
A woman holds a tray of maguey worms at the San Juan food market in Mexico City June 19, 2013. Mexico's...
Mexico City, Mexico
A woman holds a tray of maguey worms at the San Juan food market in Mexico City
A woman holds a tray of maguey worms at the San Juan food market in Mexico City June 19, 2013. Mexico's taste for eating creepy crawlies, originating from the Pre-Columbian era, could be the answer to ending hunger. United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) is encouraging the production of edible insects to supplement diets in areas where malnutrition is rife and as a measure to combat obesity. Nowhere has the message been more warmly received than in Mexico where insects have been part of the diet for hundreds of years. Pre-Columbian civilizations in the country ate them frequently as a main source of protein because meat through cattle raising did not exist. Although conquistadors discouraged insect consumption, ethnic groups in the country continued to eat them. Picture taken on June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
CHINA/
RTXY2TP
March 30, 2013
Locals filter tea leaves at a tea plantation in Xinchang, Zhejiang province March 30, 2013. According...
Zhejiang, China
Locals filter tea leaves at a tea plantation in Xinchang
Locals filter tea leaves at a tea plantation in Xinchang, Zhejiang province March 30, 2013. According to local media reports, China is the world's largest tea producing country with an output of 1.9 million tonnes in 2012. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR3A0MT
November 05, 2012
Afghan children walk out of a field as they carry cotton clumps in containers balanced on their heads...
Jalalabad, Afghanistan
Afghan children walk out of a field as they carry cotton clumps on the outskirts of Jalalabad province...
Afghan children walk out of a field as they carry cotton clumps in containers balanced on their heads on the outskirts of Jalalabad province, November 5, 2012. REUTERS/Parwiz (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
NIGERIA/
RTR38U20
October 05, 2012
A woman works in a rice mill in Aliade community in the Gwer local government area of the central state...
ALIADE, Nigeria
A woman works in a rice mill in Aliade community in the Gwer local government area of the central state...
A woman works in a rice mill in Aliade community in the Gwer local government area of the central state of Benue October 4, 2012. Picture taken October 4, 2012. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (NIGERIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
NIGERIA/
RTR38U1R
October 05, 2012
A woman works in a rice mill in Aliade community in the Gwer local government area of the central state...
ALIADE, Nigeria
A woman works in a rice mill in Aliade community in the Gwer local government area of the central state...
A woman works in a rice mill in Aliade community in the Gwer local government area of the central state of Benue October 4, 2012. Picture taken October 4, 2012. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (NIGERIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
GREECE-COUNTRYSIDE
RTR339NB
June 08, 2012
Spiridoula Lakka, 32, poses with a tray of drinks as she serves customers in her parents' cafe-restaurant...
Kalithea, Greece
To match Insight GREECE-COUNTRYSIDE
Spiridoula Lakka, 32, poses with a tray of drinks as she serves customers in her parents' cafe-restaurant in the village of Kalithea near Konitsa town in northwestern Greece April 2, 2012. Thirteen years after abandoning rural Greece for a career in graphic design, Spiridoula Lakka finds herself in the last place she expected to end up - watering a patch of lettuce and herbs in her sleepy village. As Greece sank into its worst economic crisis since World War Two, Lakka had already given up her dream of becoming a web designer. Even waitressing seemed impossible. She faced a simple choice: be stranded without money in Athens, or return to the geriatric village she spent her childhood plotting to escape. Picture taken April 2, 2012. To match Insight GREECE-COUNTRYSIDE REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT 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)
VIETNAM
RTR2W9YR
January 14, 2012
A resident wraps Banh Chung or rice cakes at Tranh Khuc village, outside Hanoi January 14, 2012. Rice...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A resident wraps Banh Chung or rice cakes at Tranh Khuc village, outside Hanoi
A resident wraps Banh Chung or rice cakes at Tranh Khuc village, outside Hanoi January 14, 2012. Rice cakes are a traditional food dish eaten during the Vietnamese New Year known as Tet. The upcoming traditional lunar new year festival Tet will take place from January 22 to 29. Tranh Khuc village is well-known for its Banh Chung, with about 90 percent of more than 200 families provide Banh Chung daily to the market. During the Tet, each family makes an average of 1,000 pieces per day and sell them for 30,000 dong ($1.4) per cake. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2VEJC
December 18, 2011
Farmer Steve Hook offers customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. a sample of organic raw milk at Selfridges...
London, United Kingdom
Farmer Steve Hook offers customer Cheryl Diamond a sample of organic raw milk at Selfridges food hall...
Farmer Steve Hook offers customer Cheryl Diamond of the U.S. a sample of organic raw milk at Selfridges food hall in central London December 16, 2011. London department store Selfridges has circumvented a legal ban on the sale of raw milk in British shops by having it supplied direct by dairy farmers Hook & Son, from Longleys Farm in Hailsham. Photograph taken December 16, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
VENEZUELA-AREPA/
RTR2S7KY
October 04, 2011
A waiter carries stuffed arepas on a tray at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22,...
Caracas, Venezuela
A waiter carries stuffed arepas on a tray at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas
A waiter carries stuffed arepas on a tray at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS)
IVORYCOAST/
RTR2S20V
September 30, 2011
A man walks past trays of chicks and eggs in an incubator at a hatchery in Binbresso near Abidjan September...
BINBRESSO, Cote D'Ivoire
A man walks past trays of chicks and eggs in an incubator at a hatchery in Binbresso near Abidjan
A man walks past trays of chicks and eggs in an incubator at a hatchery in Binbresso near Abidjan September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon (IVORY COAST - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT AGRICULTURE)
IVORYCOAST/
RTR2S20R
September 30, 2011
A man holds a tray of chicks and eggs in an incubator at a hatchery in Binbresso near Abidjan September...
BINBRESSO, Cote D'Ivoire
A man holds a tray of chicks and eggs in an incubator at a hatchery in Binbresso near Abidjan
A man holds a tray of chicks and eggs in an incubator at a hatchery in Binbresso near Abidjan September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon (IVORY COAST - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PERU/
RTR2QZAN
September 08, 2011
An Andean farmer sells potatoes during the gastronomic fair 'Mistura' in Lima September 8, 2011. The...
Lima, Peru
An Andean farmer sells potatoes during the gastronomic fair 'Mistura' in Lima
An Andean farmer sells potatoes during the gastronomic fair 'Mistura' in Lima September 8, 2011. The fair aims to promote Peruvian cuisine by showcasing Peruvian 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 9th to 18th. The fair brings together the various actors in the chain's gastronomic Peru: farmers, producers of pisco, cooks, bakers, food sellers, confectionery, huariques, restaurants, cooking schools and food processing companies. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LIBYA/
RTR2P0LY
July 18, 2011
Libyan women prepare food for rebels in the rebel-held city of Misrata July 18, 2011. REUTERS/Thaier...
MISRATA, Libya
Libyan women prepare food for rebels in the rebel-held city of Misrata
Libyan women prepare food for rebels in the rebel-held city of Misrata July 18, 2011. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT FOOD)
NEPAL
RTR2O7CI
June 28, 2011
The feet of Living Goddess Kumari are seen on a silver plate as she observes the Bhotojatra festival...
LALITPUR, Nepal
The feet of Living Goddess Kumari are seen as she observes the Bhotojatra festival in Lalitpur
The feet of Living Goddess Kumari are seen on a silver plate as she observes the Bhotojatra festival in Lalitpur June 28, 2011. Red Machindranath, regarded as the god of rain, is worshipped during the festival by farmers who pray for rain and an abundant harvest before the monsoon season in Nepal. The Kumari's feet is believed to be sacred and should never touch the ground. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL ANNIVERSARY - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
PALESTINIANS/
RTR2NVXA
June 20, 2011
Rassila Abed el-Hafez works on a giant straw tray at her home in West Bank village of al-Mughayyir, near...
Al MUGHAYYIR, Palestinian Territories
Rassila Abed el-Hafez works on a giant straw tray at her home in West Bank village of al-Mughayyir, near...
Rassila Abed el-Hafez works on a giant straw tray at her home in West Bank village of al-Mughayyir, near Ramallah June 20, 2011. Seventy-year-old Hafez and two other Palestinian women began the weaving two years ago in hopes of winning a Guinness Book of Records mention for the tray, which currently has a diameter of a whopping five metres. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: SOCIETY)
QUAKE-JAPAN/
RTR2KUCM
April 05, 2011
A woman packs shiitake mushrooms at the Anzai family farm near Fukushima, northern Japan April 5, 2011....
Fukushima, Japan
A woman packs shiitake mushrooms at the Anzai family farm near Fukushima, northern Japan
A woman packs shiitake mushrooms at the Anzai family farm near Fukushima, northern Japan April 5, 2011. The Anzai family grows their mushrooms indoors, as a way to reduce the contact with high levels of airborne radiation produced by the Fukushima nuclear plant 60 kilometres (37 miles) away. The operator of Japan's nuclear power plant that has been crippled after an earthquake and tsunami, started paying "condolence money" on Tuesday to victims of the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl while it kept pouring radioactive water into the sea. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER AGRICULTURE IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GRAIN-HARVEST/GERMANY
RTR2HJXM
August 26, 2010
Freshly baked loaves of bread are stored on trays in a bakery in Berlin August 26, 2010. Germany's 2010...
Berlin, Germany
Freshly baked loaves of bread are stored on trays in a bakery in Berlin
Freshly baked loaves of bread are stored on trays in a bakery in Berlin August 26, 2010. Germany's 2010 grain crop of all types is likely to fall to around 43.9 million tonnes from 49.7 million tonnes last year, German farmers' association DBV said on Wednesday. German grain has suffered from an early summer heatwave followed by heavy harvest-time rain, it said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
GRAIN-HARVEST/GERMANY
RTR2HJX4
August 26, 2010
A man tips bread rolls into a tray in a bakery in Berlin August 26, 2010. Germany's 2010 grain crop...
Berlin, Germany
A man tips bread rolls into a tray in a bakery in Berlin
A man tips bread rolls into a tray in a bakery in Berlin August 26, 2010. Germany's 2010 grain crop of all types is likely to fall to around 43.9 million tonnes from 49.7 million tonnes last year, German farmers' association DBV said on Wednesday. German grain has suffered from an early summer heatwave followed by heavy harvest-time rain, it said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
INDIA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR2ANAI
February 21, 2010
A labourer dries betel nuts at a cottage industry in Choto Shalkumar village, about 160 km (99 miles)...
CHOTO SHALKUMAR, India
A labourer dries betel nuts at a cottage industry in Choto Shalkumar village
A labourer dries betel nuts at a cottage industry in Choto Shalkumar village, about 160 km (99 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri, February 21, 2010. India's food inflation picked up for the fourth straight week in early February, heightening worries it was driving headline inflation past official forecasts and increasing the chance of the central bank pushing up rates. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD)
PHILIPPINES
RTR289BR
September 25, 2009
A resident winnows newly harvested wet rice crop on a woven tray in preparation for drying in San Marcelino...
SAN MARCELINO, Philippines
A resident winnows newly harvested wet rice crop on a woven tray in preparation for drying in San Marcelino...
A resident winnows newly harvested wet rice crop on a woven tray in preparation for drying in San Marcelino town in Zambales province September 25, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
VIETNAM/
RTXEPHZ
May 04, 2009
A woman disinfects duck eggs at an incubation farm outside Hanoi May 4, 2009. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A woman disinfects duck eggs at an incubation farm outside Hanoi
A woman disinfects duck eggs at an incubation farm outside Hanoi May 4, 2009. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM HEALTH ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CALIFORNIA-EGGS/
RTR20IGD
July 31, 2008
Some of the thousands of eggs produced each day by caged hens are stacked up at an egg farm in San Diego...
multiple cities, UNITED STATES
Some of thousands of eggs produced each day by caged hens are stacked up at egg farm in San Diego
Some of the thousands of eggs produced each day by caged hens are stacked up at an egg farm in San Diego County in this picture taken July 29, 2008. A fierce battle looming in California between animal rights campaigners and egg producers over the welfare of caged hens could crack the state's $300 million egg production industry. Picture taken July 29. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
INDONESIA/
RTR1ZT0T
April 23, 2008
A plantation workers carries a tray of acacia seedlings on her head at nursery in Pelalawan, in Indonesia's...
PELALAWAN, Indonesia
A plantation workers carries a tray of acacia seedlings on her head at nursery in Pelalawan
A plantation workers carries a tray of acacia seedlings on her head at nursery in Pelalawan, in Indonesia's Riau province, April 23, 2008. The seedlings are planted in managed plantations in the area and eventually converted to pulp and paper products at the April pulp and paper mill in nearby Kerinci. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDONESIA)
TAIWAN-TOILET/
RTXB40
November 14, 2007
A waiter brings a set meal to a customer at the Modern Toilet diner in the Shilin district in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A waiter brings a set meal to a customer at the Modern Toilet diner iin Taipei
A waiter brings a set meal to a customer at the Modern Toilet diner in the Shilin district in Taipei November 9, 2007. All 100 seats in the crowded diner are made from toilet bowls, not chairs. Sink faucets and gender-coded "WC" signs appear throughout the three-storey facility, one of 12 in an island-wide chain of eateries with a toilet theme. Picture taken November 9, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
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