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the Italians are walking around with huge carts to stock up products at least a week. The government solemnly promised the citizens that food shortages will not, and they do by and large not. And yet the supply was a little worse than before the pandemic – many names have disappeared from the shelves. This is especially true of sour-milk products and delicacies. However, the strategic and obligatory in the diet of every inhabitant of Italian products – pasta, tomato passata, vegetables, cheese, meat and fish are everywhere, from little shops to hypermarkets. Each food network is free to determine what products to trade – official regulations on this subject has not yet appeared.

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Given that in the local supermarkets prices increased on average by 50-80 cents, in the moment, the question of range for the inhabitants of the Apennines automatically became secondary. Quarantine has deprived many Italians the possibility of any earnings, prompting the emergence of a category of citizens that sociologists dubbed the “new poor.”

according to reports in the local media and social networks, in product and support needs not only traditionally poor South of Italy – people began to live much worse than almost all over the country. So, in the once prosperous region of Marche agricultural Association Coldiretti start to post special hardship families 80-pound boxes of fruit, vegetables, bread, pasta and legumes. And in Bergamo, one of the most affected by the coronavirus cities – the owners of shops and supermarkets, as in the postwar years, began spread on the pavement of the package with water, pasta and bread, accompanied by this humanitarian aid is a sign: “Take what you need.”

Every food network Italy is free to determine what products to trade – official regulations on this subject did not appear

a Similar gesture was made by an immigrant from Egypt, 34-year-old Sameh Ashrah. He posted at the entrance to his shop with trays of fruits and vegetables, leaving the Italians a touching message: “10 years ago you took me in, and now I want to say thank you. If you want, take all for free.”