Only a few weeks ago French supermarkets were packed with shoppers stocking up.
Shelves were stripped bare.
But now France is on lockdown and access to stores is restricted.
That leaves many people struggling to fill their store cupboards.
Especially those strictly self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms.
Now Europe's biggest retailer is trying to help.
Carrefour is teaming up with Uber Eats to deliver essentials in the French capital from April 6.
Users will choose a store and place orders by phone.
They should then get their delivery within half an hour.
Uber Eats will waive all fees until the end of the month.
It's hoped the service will later roll out nationwide.
Other delivery companies are making efforts too.
In France Deliveroo is supplying staples from some Franprix stores.
In the UK it's delivering essentials to those self-isolating.
And it's teamed up with smaller Marks & Spencer's stores located in petrol stations.
After years of criticism over working conditions, delivery firms perhaps relish the chance for some better PR.