Pizza trucks, a staple in Marseille, open despite COVID-19 lockdown
02 April 2020 | 12:52 pm
Authorised to stay open during the lockdown, pizza trucks, which are popular in the south of France, have become one of the only lunch options for those who continue to work. In Marseille's main square, the food trucks are used to lines of regulars and locals, but with the markets closed and residents ordered to stay home, business isn't what it used to be.
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