The total destruction of the food supply chain in western countries continues.
A huge fire has broken out in a storage facility for fresh produce at the Rungis international market in Val-de-Marne, Paris, France on Sunday.
Many firefighters have arrived to put out the fire. The smoke is visible for miles.
According to reports, the fire department has the situation under control as of 2:10. No one was hurt, and the fire poses no threat of spreading.
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NOW – Rungis, the largest wholesale fresh produce market in the world, is on fire in Paris.pic.twitter.com/jUbrl8VRbL
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) September 25, 2022
— We Are Protestors (@WeAreProtestors) September 25, 2022
Rungis market the principal market of Paris, mainly for food and horticultural products, pic.twitter.com/2eKv6D462m
— (@72powpow) September 25, 2022
⚡️ Rungis is on fire in Paris – the largest wholesale market of fresh products in the world.
According to BFMTV, the fire covered 7,000 square meters. There are no victims and there is no risk of the fire spreading. About a hundred firefighters are working on the spot. pic.twitter.com/htPRsICdmN
— FLASH (@Flash_news_ua) September 25, 2022
Fire at Rungis (World’s largest wholesale fresh produce market) brought under control.
Still pretty suspicious that we are seeing all these fires at key supply chain areas is it not? pic.twitter.com/4Vs4hEKKOm
— twiggy4065 (@twiggy40651) September 25, 2022
The Rungis International Market is the principal market of Paris, mainly for food and horticultural products, located in the commune of Rungis, in the southern suburbs.
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