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HEALTH-ECOLI/SPAIN
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June 08, 2011
Discarded vegetables lie on the ground at the Albahida vegetable recycling plant in Nijar, in the southern...
Nijar, Spain
Discarded vegetables lie on the ground at the Albahida vegetable recycling plant in Nijar, in the southern...
Discarded vegetables lie on the ground at the Albahida vegetable recycling plant in Nijar, in the southern Spanish region of Almeria, June 8, 2011. On Tuesday the European Union offered farmers 150 million euros in aid to reimburse producers who have been unable to sell fruit and salad vegetables for nearly two weeks after being erroneously blamed for an E.coli outbreak in Germany". They want to fob us off with 150 million (euros). It's shameful, it's humiliating when losses in our country are above 350 million," Miguel Lopez, general secretary of the COAG farmers' union told reporters. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
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