Haiti, once a major Cane Sugar producer, is now importing Sugar from Europe for consumption

"Even Haiti Is Buying European Sugar," a Bloomberg article headline reads. Haiti, once a major grower of cane in the Caribbean, is now buying sugar produced in sugar beets farms in Europe.

PHOTO: Haiti RAPADOU - Unrefined Whole Cane Sugar

There was a quota on the European Union sugar producers that restricted how much sugar they could produce and sell in their domestic market. That not only limited the sugar production but increased imports of cane sugar from places like the Caribbean and Africa to Europe.

That quota has been lifted. now, sugar firms in the European Union can now produce and export as much sugar as they want.

Of course, these European sugar producing companies are going to look for other countries to dump their sugar surpluses, Countries like Haiti which produces NO sugar except "Rapadou!"

They produce, we consume...

Also Read: HASCO, The Haitian-American Sugar Company - Once upon a time, Haiti used to produce its own Sugar

What do you think about that?

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Allen WTF. Why? nous devons arrêter d'importer et commencer à exporter
Reply · November 18 at 8:56 AM
Simpson St Fort The Haitian government need to bring all of the Haitians that are being humiliated overseas back home so they can work in the sugar industry and pay... see more
Reply · November 08 at 10:04 PM
Etta So why don't they get themself back to growing and start selling sugarcane once again!
Reply · November 08 at 12:27 PM
Haiti Sugar "Même Haiti achète du sucre européen", titre un article de Bloomberg. Haiti, qui était autrefois un important producteur de... see more
Reply · November 08 at 10:17 AM

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