Many Cubans continue to “miss” Kota coffee. In MLC stores, however, 100% Cuban coffee is sold at exorbitant prices.
Although it is one of the brands that is marketed in foreign exchange in the domestic market, Pay Over $20 for a Package of Serrano CoffeeWhat is produced in the country is, at least, degrading.
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In particular, the package 1 kg serrano coffee It is sold in a Sancti Spiritus store for 20.89 USD, 20.50 EUR or 26.87 CAD.
Despite the price, some Cubans also objected to the quality of Cuban coffee, which is sold in freely convertible currency.
“I bought Serrano brand coffee at MLC and I can guarantee it is the same as our Hola from Bodega. PLEASE! FROM THE COMPANY OFFICER WHO IS READING THIS, Get a real analysis of the coffee being sold “I think they are extorting us”, commented A cubedbet user last December.
Rai is about an article that addresses difficulties in the distribution of Kota coffee in Cuba “due to delays in the arrival of imports”.
“There’s a contradiction here. He says the delay was caused by “imports.” Meanwhile, we see foreign markets being filled with our delicious Qubita coffee. In other words, do we export first and then the city’s. import for supplies?”, said another reader.
More resigned, with another user replying that “Cuba has always exported coffee and then imported it for national consumption.”
According to the information provided, the Cuba-Cafe company belonging to the Food Industry trade group produces not one, but one Four brands for the domestic forex market: Turquino, Serrano, El Ariero and Regil.
In August 2021, the state media itself echoed a Complaint A Cuban key who found nails and paper when he opened a package of coffee beans he bought from an MLC store.