Access to food, food security and farmers’ livelihoods have been a critical matter for many people across the world, but especially during the quarantine caused by COVID-19. In the United States, large agricultural organizations are dumping cheese, milk and meat, mainly due to an unprecedented lack of demand from restaurants.
Mariana and Diego visit the now socially-distanced Union Square Market to find out how this is affecting New York State’s local farmers that bring natural, organic food to Manhattan every week.
This is the first episode of a season entirely produced from home during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Photo by Mariana Velasquez
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