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Germany's Dioxin Scandal - 19 Jan 2011
Germany's Dioxin Scandal - 19 Jan 2011
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RTXWK9W
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner watches a Dioxin test sample displayed by Elke Bruns-Weller (L),...
Oldenburg, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner watches Dioxin test sample during visit at laboratory of institute...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner watches a Dioxin test sample displayed by Elke Bruns-Weller (L), head of the Dioxin test laboratory, during her visit at a laboratory of Lower Saxony's State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (LAVES) in Oldenburg January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
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RTXWRYH
January 19, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gestures during a debate about Germany's recent scandal related...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gestures during Bundestag debate about Germany's recent scandal...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gestures during a debate about Germany's recent scandal related to dioxin pollution in food stuffs, in the Bundestag, German lower house of parliament, in Berlin, January 19, 2011. Germany on Wednesday approved a plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after the discovery of toxic chemical dioxin in feed, which has triggered a health alert and hit sales of German eggs and pork. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXWRYM
January 19, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner attends a debate about Germany's recent scandal related to dioxin...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner attends Bundestag debate about Germany's recent scandal related...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner attends a debate about Germany's recent scandal related to dioxin pollution in food stuffs, in the Bundestag, German lower house of parliament, in Berlin, January 19, 2011. Germany on Wednesday approved a plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after the discovery of toxic chemical dioxin in feed, which has triggered a health alert and hit sales of German eggs and pork. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXWRZY
January 19, 2011
Consumer Protection Minister in the Federal State of Rhineland Palatinate Margit Conrad holds up a document...
Berlin, Germany
Consumer Protection Minister in Federal State of Rhineland Palatinate Conrad holds up document on feeding...
Consumer Protection Minister in the Federal State of Rhineland Palatinate Margit Conrad holds up a document on feeding stuff control as she addresses German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner (not pictured) during a debate about a recent scandal related to dioxin pollution in food stuffs in the Bundestag, the lower house of parliament, in Berlin, January 19, 2011. Germany on Wednesday approved a plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after the discovery of toxic chemical dioxin in feed, which has triggered a health alert and hit sales of German eggs and pork. The document reads "Skeleton plan for control activities in the feeding stuff sector for 2007 to 2011." REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXWRYL
January 19, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner attends a debate about Germany's recent scandal related to dioxin...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner attends Bundestag debate about Germany's recent scandal related...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner attends a debate about Germany's recent scandal related to dioxin pollution in food stuffs, in the Bundestag, German lower house of parliament, in Berlin, January 19, 2011. Germany on Wednesday approved a plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after the discovery of toxic chemical dioxin in feed, which has triggered a health alert and hit sales of German eggs and pork. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXWRYA
January 19, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gestures during a debate about Germany's recent scandal related...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gestures during Bundestag debate about Germany's recent scandal...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gestures during a debate about Germany's recent scandal related to dioxin pollution in food stuffs, in the Bundestag, German lower house of parliament, in Berlin, January 19, 2011. Germany on Wednesday approved a plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after the discovery of toxic chemical dioxin in feed, which has triggered a health alert and hit sales of German eggs and pork. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTXWRNF
January 19, 2011
German farmer Rudolf Buehler takes part with his pigs in a protest in front of the Chancellery in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
German farmer Buehler takes part with his pigs at a protest in front of the Chancelley in Berlin
German farmer Rudolf Buehler takes part with his pigs in a protest in front of the Chancellery in Berlin January 19, 2011. Farmers protest against the animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
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RTXWRNB
January 19, 2011
Farmers hold a banner which reads "Against genetic engineering and dioxin in our food" after they placed...
Berlin, Germany
Farmers hold a banners in front of the Chancellery during a protest in Berlin
Farmers hold a banner which reads "Against genetic engineering and dioxin in our food" after they placed pigs in front of the Chancellery during a protest in Berlin January 19, 2011. Farmers protest against the animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
GERMANY/
RTXWQGO
January 18, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner smiles before she addresses a news conference following a meeting...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner smiles before she addresses a news conference following a meeting...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner smiles before she addresses a news conference following a meeting in Berlin January 18, 2011. German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner is holding a meeting with the Germany's federal states agriculture ministers to discuss her action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTXWQGS
January 18, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner (L) looks to Ingelore Rosenkoetter, Minister for Labour, Health...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner looks to Rosenkoetter, Minister for Labour, Health and Social issues...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner (L) looks to Ingelore Rosenkoetter, Minister for Labour, Health and Social issues of Germany's federal state of Bremen as they address a news conference following a meeting in Berlin January 18, 2011. German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner is holding a meeting with the Germany's federal states agriculture ministers to discuss her action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXWQ0T
January 18, 2011
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin January 18,...
Berlin, Germany
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin January 18, 2011. The banner reads "Stop agricultural factories". German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner is holding a meeting with the Germany's federal states agriculture ministers to discuss her action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD CIVIL UNREST)
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RTXWQ0R
January 18, 2011
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin January 18,...
Berlin, Germany
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin January 18, 2011. The banner reads "Stop agricultural factories". German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner is holding a meeting with the Germany's federal states agriculture ministers to discuss her action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXWQ0Q
January 18, 2011
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin January 18,...
Berlin, Germany
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin
'Campact!' environmental activists perform with mock-up chicken during a protest in Berlin January 18, 2011. The banner reads "Stop agricultural factories". German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner is holding a meeting with the Germany's federal states agriculture ministers to discuss her action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD CIVIL UNREST)
GERMANY/
RTXWKCR
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner watches a Dioxin test sample displayed by Elke Bruns-Weller (L),...
Oldenburg, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner watches Dioxin test sample during visit at laboratory of institute...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner watches a Dioxin test sample displayed by Elke Bruns-Weller (L), head of the Dioxin test laboratory, during her visit at a laboratory of Lower Saxony's State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (LAVES) in Oldenburg January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXWK9V
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner watches a Dioxin test sample displayed by Elke Bruns-Weller (L),...
Oldenburg, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner watches Dioxin test sample during visit at laboratory of institute...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner watches a Dioxin test sample displayed by Elke Bruns-Weller (L), head of the Dioxin test laboratory, during her visit at a laboratory of Lower Saxony's State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (LAVES) in Oldenburg January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
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RTXWKAD
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner (2nd L) gives a statement during her visit at a laboratory of...
Oldenburg, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner gives statement during visit at laboratory of institute for Consumer...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner (2nd L) gives a statement during her visit at a laboratory of Lower Saxony's State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (LAVES) in Oldenburg January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. The poster reads, "More safety for the consumer". REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
GERMANY/
RTXWKC3
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gives statement beside Hans-Heinrich Sander, Agriculture Minister...
Oldenburg, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner gives statement during visit at laboratory of institute for Consumer...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner gives statement beside Hans-Heinrich Sander, Agriculture Minister of Lower Saxony, during her visit to a laboratory of Lower Saxony's State Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (LAVES) in Oldenburg January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. Poster in background reads "more safety for the consumer". REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
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RTXWJNY
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner addresses a news conference in Berlin January 14, 2011. Germany...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner addresses a news conference in Berlin
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner addresses a news conference in Berlin January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
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RTXWJMN
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner displays the action plan of her ministry before addressing a...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner displays the action plan of her ministry before addressing a news...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner displays the action plan of her ministry before addressing a news conference in Berlin January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
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RTXWJNF
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner addresses a news conference in Berlin January 14, 2011. Germany...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner addresses a news conference in Berlin
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner addresses a news conference in Berlin January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
GERMANY/
RTXWJOF
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner talks to the media after she addressed a news conference in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner talks to the media after she addressed a news conference in Berlin...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner talks to the media after she addressed a news conference in Berlin, January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
GERMANY/
RTXWJNV
January 14, 2011
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner arrives to present the action plan of her ministry at a news...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner arrives to present the action plan of her ministry at a news conference...
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner arrives to present the action plan of her ministry at a news conference in Berlin January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. There will be a new licensing system for producers of oils and fats for animal feed use plus a compulsory separation of oils and fats output for use in industrial and animal feed, Aigner said. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS FOOD)
GERMANY/
RTXWJPG
January 14, 2011
Pigs stay in their boxes at a pig farm in Bockel between Bremen and Hamburg January 14, 2011. Germany...
BOCKEL, Germany
Pig stay in boxes at pig farm in Bockel
Pigs stay in their boxes at a pig farm in Bockel between Bremen and Hamburg January 14, 2011. Germany on Friday announced an action plan to enforce higher standards in animal feed production after a health alert following the discovery of the highly toxic chemical dioxin in feed. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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RTXWGTW
January 12, 2011
A pigs is pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12,...
GERMERING, Germany
A pigs is pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering
A pigs is pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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RTXWGTZ
January 12, 2011
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12,...
GERMERING, Germany
Pigs are seen at ecological pig farm in Germering
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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RTXWGTT
January 12, 2011
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12,...
GERMERING, Germany
Pigs are seen at ecological pig farm in Germering
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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RTXWGTL
January 12, 2011
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12,...
GERMERING, Germany
Pigs are seen at ecological pig farm in Germering
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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RTXWGTQ
January 12, 2011
A pigs is pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12,...
GERMERING, Germany
A pigs is pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering
A pigs is pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTXWGUJ
January 12, 2011
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12,...
GERMERING, Germany
Pigs are seen at ecological pig farm in Germering
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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RTXWGTX
January 12, 2011
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12,...
GERMERING, Germany
Pigs are seen at ecological pig farm in Germering
Pigs are pictured at an ecological pig farm in Germering west of Munich, southern Germany, January 12, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
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RTXWFKR
January 11, 2011
A hen is pictured at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January...
Landshut, Germany
A hen is pictured at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach
A hen is pictured at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS POLITICS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
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RTXWFLS
January 11, 2011
Eggs are pictured in packages at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany,...
Landshut, Germany
Eggs are pictured in packages at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach
Eggs are pictured in packages at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS POLITICS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
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RTXWFLK
January 11, 2011
A first class egg is seen after a mechanical separation at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near...
Landshut, Germany
First class egg is seen after a mechanical separation at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach
A first class egg is seen after a mechanical separation at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS POLITICS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
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RTXWFLF
January 11, 2011
First class eggs are seen after a mechanical separation at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near...
Landshut, Germany
First class eggs are seen after a mechanical separation at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach
First class eggs are seen after a mechanical separation at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS POLITICS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
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RTXWFQE
January 11, 2011
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Wuppertal January 11, 2011. German authorities...
Wuppertal, Germany
Hen's are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Wuppertal
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Wuppertal January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXWFQ2
January 11, 2011
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Wuppertal January 11, 2011. German authorities...
Wuppertal, Germany
Hen's are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Wuppertal
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Wuppertal January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTXWFKY
January 11, 2011
Hens are pictured at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January...
Landshut, Germany
Hens are pictured at ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach
Hens are pictured at an ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS POLITICS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
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RTXWFKI
January 11, 2011
Hens are pictured at a ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January...
Landshut, Germany
Hens are pictured at ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach
Hens are pictured at a ecological chicken farm in Tiefenbach near Landshut, southern Germany, January 11, 2011. German authorities said on Tuesday the highly toxic chemical dioxin had been discovered in pork in addition to poultry products, which would expand the range of a current health alert. German and European Union authorities are dealing with an alert that began on January 3, when German officials said dioxin-tainted feed had been fed to hens and pigs, contaminating eggs and poultry meat at the affected farms. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS POLITICS ENVIRONMENT HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTXW9KR
January 06, 2011
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government...
Muenster, Germany
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in Schleiden
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought.
REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS HEALTH)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXW9M1
January 06, 2011
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government...
Muenster, Germany
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in Schleiden
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought.
REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS HEALTH)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXW9N3
January 06, 2011
A farmer holds up an egg next to one of his hens at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January...
Muenster, Germany
A farmer holds up an egg next to one of his hens at a chicken farm in Schleiden
A farmer holds up an egg next to one of his hens at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin
contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought.
REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS HEALTH)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXW9KL
January 06, 2011
A farmer holds up an egg next to one of his hens at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January...
Muenster, Germany
A farmer holds up an egg next to one of his hens at a chicken farm in Schleiden
A farmer holds up an egg next to one of his hens at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin
contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought.
REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS HEALTH)
GERMANY/
RTXW9LJ
January 06, 2011
Eggs packed in cartons are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011....
Muenster, Germany
Packed eggs are pictured at a chicken farm in Schleiden
Eggs packed in cartons are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH FOOD)
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RTXW9OD
January 06, 2011
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German...
Muenster, Germany
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ANIMALS)
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RTXW9NP
January 06, 2011
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German...
Muenster, Germany
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ANIMALS)
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RTXW9NV
January 06, 2011
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German...
Muenster, Germany
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ANIMALS)
GERMANY/
RTXW9N6
January 06, 2011
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German...
Muenster, Germany
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ANIMALS)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXW9ML
January 06, 2011
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government...
Muenster, Germany
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in Schleiden
Hens are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought.
REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS HEALTH)
GERMANY/
RTXW9NF
January 06, 2011
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German...
Muenster, Germany
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden
A chicken is pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ANIMALS)
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RTXW81F
January 05, 2011
The word dioxin is pictured in a dictionary in Frankfurt January 5, 2011. German consumers were warned...
Frankfurt, Germany
The word dioxin is pictured in a dictionary in Frankfurt
The word dioxin is pictured in a dictionary in Frankfurt January 5, 2011. German consumers were warned on Tuesday to look out for potentially contaminated eggs after highly toxic dioxin was found in the feed of poultry and hogs last week, forcing thousands of farms to halt sales. Dioxins are toxins formed by burning waste and by other industrial processes and have been shown to contribute to higher cancer rates and to affect pregnant women. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH MEDIA POLITICS)
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RTXW9O3
January 06, 2011
Eggs packed in cartons are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011....
Muenster, Germany
Packed eggs are pictured at a chicken farm in Schleiden
Eggs packed in cartons are pictured at a chicken farm in the western town of Schleiden January 6, 2011. The German government moved to calm public fears on Wednesday after highly toxic dioxin contamination in the feed of poultry and hogs turned out to be far more widespread than first thought. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH FOOD)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXW876
January 05, 2011
Chicken eggs are pictured in a supermarket in Frankfurt January 5, 2011. German consumers were warned...
Frankfurt, Germany
Chicken eggs are pictured in a supermarket in Frankfurt
Chicken eggs are pictured in a supermarket in Frankfurt January 5, 2011. German consumers were warned on Tuesday to look out for potentially contaminated eggs after highly toxic dioxin was found in the feed of poultry and hogs last week, forcing thousands of farms to halt sales. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
GERMANY-DIOXIN/
RTXW873
January 05, 2011
Chicken eggs are pictured in a supermarket in Frankfurt January 5, 2011. German consumers were warned...
Frankfurt, Germany
Chicken eggs are pictured in a supermarket in Frankfurt
Chicken eggs are pictured in a supermarket in Frankfurt January 5, 2011. German consumers were warned on Tuesday to look out for potentially contaminated eggs after highly toxic dioxin was found in the feed of poultry and hogs last week, forcing thousands of farms to halt sales. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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RTXW7E4
January 04, 2011
A picture illustration of a broken chicken egg, taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities...
Berlin, Germany
A picture illustration of a broken egg in Berlin
A picture illustration of a broken chicken egg, taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities are investigating at least 34 egg producers in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony following the discovery of dioxin in eggs and poultry last week. The dioxin is believed to have originated from feed contaminated with industrial fats. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH FOOD POLITICS)
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RTXW7E0
January 04, 2011
A picture illustration of a person holding a chicken egg taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health...
Berlin, Germany
A picture illustration of a person holding a chicken egg taken in Berlin
A picture illustration of a person holding a chicken egg taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities are investigating at least 34 egg producers in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony following the discovery of dioxin in eggs and poultry last week. The dioxin is believed to have originated from feed contaminated with industrial fats. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH FOOD POLITICS)
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RTXW7DX
January 04, 2011
A picture illustration of a broken chicken egg taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities...
Berlin, Germany
A picture illustration shows broken egg in Berlin
A picture illustration of a broken chicken egg taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities are investigating at least 34 egg producers in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony following the discovery of dioxin in eggs and poultry last week. The dioxin is believed to have originated from feed contaminated with industrial fats. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH FOOD POLITICS)
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RTXW79G
January 04, 2011
A picture illustration of an empty chicken egg shell next to the raw egg white and yolk, taken in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
A picture illustration of an empty chicken egg shell next to the raw egg white and yolk taken in Berlin...
A picture illustration of an empty chicken egg shell next to the raw egg white and yolk, taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities are investigating at least 34 egg producers in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony following the discovery of dioxin in eggs and poultry last week. The dioxin is believed to have originated from feed contaminated with industrial fats. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD POLITICS)
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RTXW79I
January 04, 2011
A picture illustration of half a dozen chicken eggs in an egg carton taken in Berlin January 4, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
A picture illustration of half a dozen chicken eggs in an egg carton taken in Berlin
A picture illustration of half a dozen chicken eggs in an egg carton taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities are investigating at least 34 egg producers in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony following the discovery of dioxin in eggs and poultry last week. The dioxin is believed to have originated from feed contaminated with industrial fats. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTXW798
January 04, 2011
A picture illustration of a chicken egg taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities are...
Berlin, Germany
A picture illustration of a chicken egg taken in Berlin
A picture illustration of a chicken egg taken in Berlin January 4, 2011. German health authorities are investigating at least 34 egg producers in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony following the discovery of dioxin in eggs and poultry last week. The dioxin is believed to have originated from feed contaminated with industrial fats. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTXW7AB
January 04, 2011
The logo of Harles und Jentzsch feed fat company is pictured in Uetersen near Hamburg January 4, 2011....
UETERSEN, Germany
The logo of Harles und Jentzsch feed fat company is pictured in Uetersen
The logo of Harles und Jentzsch feed fat company is pictured in Uetersen near Hamburg January 4, 2011. German health authorities are investigating at least 34 egg producers in the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony following the discovery of dioxin in eggs and poultry last week. The dioxin is believed to have originated from feed contaminated with industrial fats. Harles und Jentzsch had alerted authorities after discovering during a routine test, that vegetable oils used in the preparation of animal feed had become mixed with industrial oils. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
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