Cloud Functions: How to copy Firestore Collection to a new document?

I’d like to make a copy of a collection in Firestore upon an event using Cloud Functions

I already have this code that iterates over the collection and copies each document

const firestore = admin.firestore()
firestore.collection("products").get().then(query => {
  query.forEach(function(doc) {
    var promise = firestore.collection(uid).doc(doc.data().barcode).set(doc.data());
  });
});

is there a shorter version? to just copy the whole collection at once?

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