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PHOTO GALLERY : Molasses, Egypt's black honey


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A worker prepares sugarcane before cooking the sugar to make "black honey" molasses, at a small factory in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019. Picture taken February 3, 2019 REUTERS
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A worker stirs "black honey" molasses, made of sugar, at a small factory in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019. Picture taken February 3, 2019. REUTERS
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Workers prepare sugarcane before cooking the sugar to make "black honey" molasses, at a small factory in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019 REUTERS
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Workers prepare sugarcane before cooking the sugar to make "black honey" molasses, at a small factory in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019 REUTERS
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The "black honey" molasses factory is seen as workers prepare sugarcane in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019. Picture taken February 3, 2019. REUTERS
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The froth of heated "black honey" molasses is seen at a small factory in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019. Picture taken February 3, 2019. REUTERS
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Workers show the "Al Gohara" black honey molasses product, at a small factory in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019. Picture taken February 3, 2019. REUTERS
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A worker prepares "black honey" molasses to a customer at a shop in Cairo, Egypt February 10, 2019. Picture taken February 10, 2019. REUTERS
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The "black honey" molasses factory is seen as worker prepares sugarcane in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019. Picture taken February 3, 2019. REUTERS
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A worker cuts and eats a newly harvested sugarcane before loading them onto a truck to be used in "black honey" molasses production in Mallawi, Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt February 3, 2019. Picture taken February 3, 2019. REUTERS
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