Protein Products for Havana Residents for Sept. 1-7

A Cuban “bodega” neighborhood store where rationed products can be purchased.  Photo: Juan Suarez

HAVANA TIMES — We present the list of rationed protein products that can be purchased by Havana residents in their local “bodega” stores during the week of September 1-7. The portions are distributed by month on a rotation basis in the 15 municipalities of the capital.

CHICKEN (1 lb per consumer 14 years or older and medical diets): Distribute in Regla, Habana Vieja and Centro Habana. .

FLAVORED HASH (½ pound per consumer): Distribute in Boyeros.

MORTADELLA (½ pound per consumer): Distribute in Marianao and Guanabacoa.

BEEF HASH (1 lb for children under 14 years): Distribute in Cotorro, Habana del Este and San Miguel del Padrón.

EGGS (5 per consumer and medical diets): Distribute in Guanabacoa, Havana del Este, and Diez de Octubre.

CHICKEN for FISH (11ounces perconsumer,and canned fish for special diets): Distribute in Playa, Cerro, La LisaandPlaza.

During September Havana residents also receive a quota of 7 pounds of rice, 10 ounces of grains (beans or peas), 3 pounds of white sugar and 1 pound of brown sugar, 13 small boxes of sauce, ½ pound of oil, 4 ounces coffee (for those over 7 years), and salt according to the number of family members.

NOTE: As a result of the shutdown for maintenance and repairs at the soy yogurt factory, it was decided to replace the delivery of 12 bags planned for the month of September by the equivalent of smoothie mix (1.5 Kg) in deliveries ever ten days.

Source: Empresa Provincial de Comercio La Habana

One thought on “Protein Products for Havana Residents for Sept. 1-7

  • Gracias! All this as a result of the leadership of the Castro family regime for fifty five years. Their generosity towards the common people exceeds imagination. Few others in this world can dream of the privileges bestowed by Socialismo. How others must long for a bodega in their communities. Immigration figures into Cuba demonstrate the attraction of Socialismo.

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