Great, now coronavirus is ruining strawberries, too

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  • Strawberry farmers have seen demand for their product plummet in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Nearly 25 million pounds of strawberries will likely be trashed every week during the peak of the harvest season.
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The novel coronavirus pandemic has affected just about every possible industry. It’s forced stores and restaurants to shut down, closed schools and colleges, and even NASA is now working from home. With all that in mind, it probably shouldn’t be surprising that the strawberry market is in shambles, but it’s still seriously bumming me out.

Strawberries — you know, the most delicious of all Mother Nature’s creations — are in serious peril. Restaurants don’t want them because they can’t use them, and other buyers that use them in a variety of food products don’t need them right now, either. It’s a strawberry apocalypse and it’s happening right before our very eyes.

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