I mentioned in my previous post
the impact on food exporting nations from there being no air travel around Europe. There's a story on the Guardian website
indicating that around 10-15 t of freight usually comes to Europe from Kenya each day, and the lack of flights is costing $1.3 M a day."AAA Growers has so far donated or dumped 50-60 tonnes of vegetables
including broccoli, sugar snap peas, and runner beans. Shamji said he has delayed harvesting some produce and might try to ship to Belgium or Spain. From there vegetables can be trucked to market."
Cold stores are now full so it's getting critical. Which agents are in Kenya? Is anyone is a position to get involved with helping make some solutions? Either food diversion, alternative markets, alternative employment, other ideas?