Food Prices in Haiti

BIG Stress in the Voice of every Haitian you Speak to these days!

Something terrible is about to happen in Haiti! There is tension in the voice of virtually every Haitian you speak to these days. Most Haitians are worried about their tomorrow, literally, tomorrow!

Haiti Rice Import: More than 80 percent of the rice consumption is imported

Did you know... More than 80 percent of rice consumed in Haiti is imported and most of the rice consumed in Haiti comes from the United States. Haiti keeps importing more and more rice every year since 1986 despite the new government's promise to increase local rice production.

In Haiti, eating fruits and vegetables is cheaper than the alternative and it's good for you

If you want to eat healthy and loose weight at the same time, you have to eat fewer calories than your body uses. There's no better way to do that then to eat more fruits and vegetables. Lucky for us living in a province in Haiti, fruits and vegetables are cheap and plentiful, and organic.

Haitians Food : Poulet Creole is becoming more of a delicacy these days, it is so expensive!

Haitians simply love "Poule Peyi," the native Haitian chicken, but it seems to me like that Poulet Creole is becoming more and more expensive in the marketplace these days... Read this...

A meal costs 60 times more in Haiti than in New York, the World Food Programme says

A World Food Programme (WFP) publication examined the true cost of a plate of food around the world and, can you believe, a simple meal in Haiti costs 60 times more than in New York. Read this, you will be shocked...

Haiti - Yon Lam Veritab Vann 15 dola

Yon Jounalis nan Croix-des-Bouquet Haiti ap plenyen, li sezi tande pri yon grenn lam veritab vann nan mache... "En Haiti, yon lam veritab vann 15 dola, (75 gourdes)," se sa jounalis la fè konnen...

Haiti Economy - FOOD Prices Sky HIGH in Port-au-Prince, Buyers and Sellers are Screaming

In Port-au-Prince Haiti, food shoppers and vendors alike are complaining about the sharp increase in food prices these days... everything is expensive, really expensive, rice, beans, sugar, you name it... "With such high prices on the local market, people will starve," one vendor told newspaper Le Nouvelliste...