The situation is slowly getting resolved. As we said, there is a very clear cut in terms of the needs of buyers and those of hotel and restaurant owners, for instance.
What may two consecutive eight-week periods look like? I don't have a crystal ball, but I can speculate that, in the fall, production may be slightly lower than last year and that everything could return to normal at the end of the year, either in December or in January.
The supply management system makes it possible to very quickly react to that drop. There has also been a shift toward new products: more products have been delivered to grocery stores and much fewer products to hotels and restaurants.
That is what I expect by the end of the year, Mr. Blois.