Residents have been trading at Borough Market for at least 800 years.
We've had to be really careful, and a bit you know inventive to survive," Charlie Foster told CBS News' Holly Williams.
Foster's family has been selling fruit and vegetables in London for four generations, employing more than 50 people.
"I never thought in my wildest dreams I'd ever come down here, having to come into a food bank.
Austin was a chef working in upscale venues before the pandemic hit.
Dr. Miatta Fahnbulleh, an economist, told CBS News the British government's slow response to the pandemic, along with Brexit, created a perfect storm of economic pain.
The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund — UNICEF — helped feed British children for the first time in 2020. »