Across Europe, much of the food and farming market has actually been terribly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Half of the fishermen in the Netherlands have actually stopped heading out to sea. That’s because the cost of fresh fish has plunged due to an absence of need.
In France, 150,000 tonnes of high quality cheese went off recently, because farmers can’t sell it.
And a lot of the storage facilities that keep fresh food across Europe are now reaching capacity.
The BBC’s Gavin Lee takes a look at the impact.
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