PHOTOS Major chain supermarket in Beijing makes efforts to guarantee stable food supply

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Major chain supermarket in Beijing makes efforts to guarantee stable food supply

Xinhua

21:37, June 19, 2020

A van loaded with vegetables arrives at a CSF supermarket in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, at 5:55 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

A farmer loads harvested cabbages onto a truck in Wanglyuzhai Village, Handan City of north China's Hebei Province, around 8:00 on June 16, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Photo by Mu Shuai/Xinhua)

Workers unload vegetables from a freight vehicle at a distributing center of CSF Market in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, at 2:51 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

A farmer harvests cabbages in a field of Wanglyuzhai Village, Handan City of north China's Hebei Province, around 8:00 on June 16, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Photo by Mu Shuai/Xinhua)

A resident selects tomatoes at a CSF supermarket in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, around 8:00 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

A worker puts cabbages onto a rack at a CSF supermarket in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, at 7:28 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

Workers arrange vegetables at a distributing center of CSF Market in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, at 3:00 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

Workers of CSF supermarket unload vegetables from a van in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, at 6:03 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

Workers carry vegetables to a van for delivery to a store at a distributing center of CSF Market in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, at 5:32 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

A resident selects cabbages at a CSF supermarket in Haidian District of Beijing, capital of China, around 8:00 on June 17, 2020. Multiple dealers and supermarkets in Beijing have increased vegetable stock to guarantee supplies, after the main Xinfadi market was suspended on June 13 due to report of new COVID-19 cases. Among them, the CSF Market, one of the major chain supermarkets in Beijing, has made great efforts in allocating and transporting the supplies. The Market purchases vegetables directly from the planting base in Handan of Hebei Province and transports them to Beijing the very night. In about 24 ours, the vegetables are put on shelves for sale in a store of the supermarket in Haidian District. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

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