Pacific seafood market stalls amid Hurricane Maria

The Philippine seafood market has gone into lockdown due to Hurricane Maria, as officials warn the storm could cause widespread shortages.

The markets have been in lockdown for the past two days.

The markets have now reopened, but the situation is more dire than ever.

Read moreThe markets are the largest in the country, and are mostly owned by the families of the wealthy.

The government has warned that if there are shortages, the market could close.

Some businesses have already closed, while others are in the process of closing.

The market is also the largest market in Puerto Rico, and the country has a strong seafood industry.

The Puerto Rican government has been in the midst of trying to figure out how to handle the food shortages.

It said it was prepared to take action to address the situation.

But there is another issue that needs to be addressed: the lack of refrigeration.

In a statement, the Department of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs said the government was working to restore the refrigeration system in the markets.

Read MoreThe government has also said that it would provide food and supplies to those affected by the crisis.

In addition, it said that its food trucks would be available to ferry supplies from the mainland to the island.