Stores

Perhaps it was due to being in September and the harvest season, or the low tourist season meant a lot less produce was distributed to the resorts, or maybe the upcoming CDR celebrations meant more food being distributed towards the population, but the stores in Havana were better stocked than usual.

Still, Cubans get their basic staples subsidized by the state, but in strict quotas for each family member.

Butcher shop in Central Havana.
Bakery in Central Havana.
Butcher shop in Central Havana.
Shop selling basic staples in Old Havana.
Fruit cart in Old Havana.
Grocery shop in Central Havana.
Market in Central Havana.
Market in Old Havana.
Unloading supplies at a restaurant on Prado Boulevard.
Cafeteria in Old Havana.
Egg cartons in a store window, Old Havana.
Fruit cart in Old Havana.
Store selling basic staples in Old Havana. The blackboard displays quotas allowed for each Cuban.
Butcher shop in Old Havana.
Fruit cart in Old Havana.
Restaurant selling bread among rhum and refreshments in Velado, Havana.