Un baño de M&M’s

M&M’s candies are seen at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

La agencia Reuters ha enviado hoy estas imágenes tomadas por un único fotógrafo que han llamado la atención de Ana, mi compañera becaria de la mesa de fotografía. En una de ellas se ve una gran piscina de los famosos chocolates M&M’s (que se derriten en tu boca y no en tu mano) en la que se podría bañar perfectamente una persona.

Estas son las típicas fotografías de recurso que utilizamos en la mesa para ilustrar temas económicos sobre empresas o sectores de producción. La noticia para la que fueron enviadas estas fotos trata de la inversión que realizará Mars, la multinacional que fabrica los M&M’s, en una planta francesa para incrementar en un 20% la producción de estas golosinas. En los pies podéis ver como se etiquetan las fotos con las tags «Food Business», señal de que se trata de un tema económico.

Pero me he animado ha compartir estas fotos por lo interesante de ver el proceso de fabricación de los famosos M&M’s y para que soñéis en sumergiros en esa piscina de chocolatinas y comerlas a puñados como si se tratara de la fábrica de Willy Wonka.

An employee holds a tray of M&M’s candies at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

An employee holds a tray of different-coloured M&M’s candies at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

M&M’s candies are seen at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

An employee checks samples of M&M’s candies at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

Packets of M&M’s chocolates are seen at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

An employee uses a magnifying glass to check samples of M&M’s candies at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

Packets of M&M’s chocolates are seen at the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

Employees work at the chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

Boxes of M&M’s chocolates are seen at the end of the production line of candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)

A glass door is seen at candy and chocolate maker Mars Chocolate France’s plant in Haguenau, eastern France, December 13, 2011. Mars will invest 45 million euros ($59 million) during the next 18 months in its Haguenau plant to increase the production of M&M’s candies by 20 percent. The slogan on the door reads «the Mars attitude». REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE – Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)