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COVID-19: Belgians are advised to eat more potato chips

Belgium is severely affected by the coronavirus, and people are being urged to eat potato chips at least twice a week during the lockdown.

In Belgium, people love to eat potato chips and chips can be seen on almost every street and street in all the cities of the country, while there are special stalls of chips in hotels and shopping malls.

Belgium sells 1.5 million tons of potatoes each year to about 100 countries around the world, including European countries, but this time it does not seem to be possible due to the closure of borders and trade closures.

In Belgium, people love to eat potato chips not only with ketchup but also with mayonnaise, and Belgium is one of the largest potato-producing countries in the world. and now the situation is this that tons of potatoes are in danger of spoiling.

Traders and farmers have advised people to stay home during the lockdown, fearing that millions of tonnes of potatoes will be spoiled due to a ban on the movement of vehicles and paralysis of business life. Eat chips at least twice a week.

Presently Belgium’s various warehouses  have 7.5 million tonnes of potatoes, which cannot be shipped to other countries due to the lockdown, and could be spoiled if locals do not start eating more potato chips.

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