las Export of Chicken Meat from the United States to Cuba Cuban economist Pedro Monreal said in a source on Twitter that the record monthly value so far in September 2022 was recorded at $31,087,000.
According to data released by Monreal, this price exceeds the “previous mark” recorded in the month of July 2019 at $31,075,000.
“Although monthly tonnes exported in September 2022 had relatively high levels, (over $31 million) were equivalent to 25,100 tonnes, 26% lower than the 33,800 tonnes exported in July for a value of $31 million. 2019,” the economist said.
Montreal reported that The value of one kilogram of American chicken exported to Cuba in September 2022 was $1.24, the second highest recorded since January 2019.,
To the Economist, this figure “reflects” Erosion of Cuba’s purchasing power in relation to highly demanded food with very little national production,
Between January and June this year, the Cuban government invested about $129.3 million to buy 141,000 tonnes of chicken. AmericaA statistic that puts it as the second semester in which island officials have invested the most money buying products in said market.
Despite the ban on Havana, Cuba becomes 55th market for US food and agricultural exports in SeptemberOf the more than 200 countries that make this type of purchase, post-island sales from that country increased by 88.2% compared to August.
as always, The majority of Havana purchases in the US are meat products, primarily frozen chicken legs, beef and thighs., to which calcium phosphate was added in September; coffee; bulk cocoa; corn fritters; vegetable juice; Beer and non-alcoholic beverages.
Also, as always, include personal hygiene products, especially deodorant, soap, toothpaste and disinfectants.
other thing, humanitarian donationwhich does not stop growing despite Havana’s complaints about restrictions on bilateral trade imposed by the embargo, They add to the previous $16,619,425 between January and September, up from 11,074,090 for the whole of 2021.
Cuban officials never make their purchase portfolio public in the US or indicate the destination of such products. Instead, they blame the lack of Cubans on Washington’s “iron blockade”.
Whenever a product in a Cuban store has a “Made in USA” identification on it, people react with irony.
These are authorized under the Trade Restrictions Reform and Export Promotion Act (TSREEA) of 2000, approved by the George W. Bush administration, despite the export ban.