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COFFEE-IRAN/SOCIAL
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February 16, 2011
Packs of Starbucks Coffee beans are seen on display at a branch of the Raees Coffee chain in central...
Tehran, Iran
To match Reuters-Life! COFFEE-IRAN/SOCIAL
Packs of Starbucks Coffee beans are seen on display at a branch of the Raees Coffee chain in central Tehran February 5, 2011. In a country where there are no bars, as alcohol is banned, Tehran's Raees Coffee chain has proved popular since its first cafe opened in December 2001, offering both a modern environment, complete with wireless Internet access, and - a first in Iran - takeaway coffee. Many other coffee shops have sprung up in Iran's major cities where, until recently, tea was the beverage of choice. Iran's customs statistics indicate that Iran's coffee imports have increased sharply. Five years ago the trade was worth less than $600,000. In the first nine months of the current Iranian year (which began in March) imports were more than $3 million. Picture taken February 5, 2011. To match Reuters-Life! COFFEE-IRAN/SOCIAL REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
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