As consumers around the world continue to stay indoors, the turbulence experienced by the world's wholesale seafood markets is manifesting in different ways.

Grimsby Fish Market in the United Kingdom on Tuesday announced it would be shutting its doors this week, as processors in the area have started to close, and prices crash.

Business in Toyosu Market in Japan, meanwhile, is down for some vendors by 70-80 percent, according to CNN. The Japanese market closed its doors to visitors in late February, as a measure against spreading the coronavirus.