Free fruit, vegetables offered in Spain

15:06, June 09, 2011      

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Workers prepare free watermelon in central Madrid, Spain, June 8, 2011. One of Spain's two leading farmers associations, COAG, distributed 40 tons of fruit and vegetables to citizens on Wednesday, to dispel health fears and the incorrect claim that Spanish produce caused a deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany. It is estimated that more than 200 million euros (292.5 million U.S. dollars) and more than 500 jobs were lost in Spain in the first week of the E.coli crisis and the figures are still rising. (Xinhua/Ricardo Emparan)

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