Europe’s fresh food supply is being threatened by coronavirus

Have you experienced shortages in local supermarkets? Image: Unsplash/Iñigo De la Maza

Nigel Hunt

Senior Correspondent, Reuters

Duncan Miriri

Correspondent, Reuters


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The EU's biggest suppliers of fruit and veg in 2017 Image: Eurostat
Partially emptied shelves are pictured at a Rewe grocery store in Potsdam, Germany. Image: REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
Empty shelves at supermarkets. Image: REUTERS/Reade Levinson

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