The demand for baked goods is as quintessentially French as it gets---and, pandemic or not, the need is as high as ever. The French consume an average of nine billion baguettes per year, and bakeries are as much of a neighborhood gathering ground as the church or hair salon. Typically, many people visit their local boulangerie as often as five times a week. "We are part of people's basic needs." As a result, bakeries have to adapt. Amid coronavirus, Paris's boulangeries are now delivering pastries and baguettes by bicycle ---because we all need bread more than ever. 🥖 Read the full story at the link in bio. 📷: @a_ontheroad
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