A Bulgarian fruit picker holds raspberries in her hand in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A Bulgarian fruit picker holds raspberries in her hand in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 A Bulgarian fruit picker picks raspberries in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A Bulgarian fruit picker picks raspberries in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 Bulgarian fruit picker Elena Hoola sorts freshly picked raspberries into punnets in one of the tunnels at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Bulgarian fruit picker Elena Hoola sorts freshly picked raspberries into punnets in one of the tunnels at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 A Bulgarian worker removes plastic sheeting from a tunnel used to grow raspberries at the end of the growing season at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A Bulgarian worker removes plastic sheeting from a tunnel used to grow raspberries at the end of the growing season at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 A whiteboard used to keep track of agricultural equipment in the office at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son, in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A whiteboard used to keep track of agricultural equipment in the office at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son, in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 Yumer Mustafa, the tunnel manager, poses for a photograph next to pallets used to transport fruit, outside a loading bay at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Yumer Mustafa, the tunnel manager, poses for a photograph next to pallets used to transport fruit, outside a loading bay at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 A worker weighs a punnet of raspberries before they are sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A worker weighs a punnet of raspberries before they are sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 A worker places a punnet of raspberries on a conveyor belt to be sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A worker places a punnet of raspberries on a conveyor belt to be sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 Workers box punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Workers box punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 Punnets of raspberries on a rotating platform at the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Punnets of raspberries on a rotating platform at the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 Punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

 A Bulgarian fruit picker holds raspberries in her hand in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 A Bulgarian fruit picker picks raspberries in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 Bulgarian fruit picker Elena Hoola sorts freshly picked raspberries into punnets in one of the tunnels at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 A Bulgarian worker removes plastic sheeting from a tunnel used to grow raspberries at the end of the growing season at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 A whiteboard used to keep track of agricultural equipment in the office at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son, in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 Yumer Mustafa, the tunnel manager, poses for a photograph next to pallets used to transport fruit, outside a loading bay at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 A worker weighs a punnet of raspberries before they are sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 A worker places a punnet of raspberries on a conveyor belt to be sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 Workers box punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 Punnets of raspberries on a rotating platform at the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)
 Punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A Bulgarian fruit picker holds raspberries in her hand in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A Bulgarian fruit picker picks raspberries in a tunnel at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Bulgarian fruit picker Elena Hoola sorts freshly picked raspberries into punnets in one of the tunnels at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A Bulgarian worker removes plastic sheeting from a tunnel used to grow raspberries at the end of the growing season at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A whiteboard used to keep track of agricultural equipment in the office at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son, in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Yumer Mustafa, the tunnel manager, poses for a photograph next to pallets used to transport fruit, outside a loading bay at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A worker weighs a punnet of raspberries before they are sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

A worker places a punnet of raspberries on a conveyor belt to be sealed for transport in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Workers box punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Punnets of raspberries on a rotating platform at the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

Punnets of raspberries in the pack house at Oakdene Farm, a fruit and vegetable farm owned by W.B. Chambers & Son in Langley, Kent, England, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (David Azia for NBC News)

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