If Cuban bureaucracies operate cafeterias to provide lunch for their employees but there’s a chronic problem of theft of supplies and nobody is thrilled with the food, why bother?
That question has been asked and answered, Reuters reports, as ministries in
This is good news for private food vendors who, the article reports, are preparing for the increased demand. In recent years, the state has used regulatory enforcement and tighter licensing policies to squeeze the licensed entrepreneurs who sell homemade pizza, roast pork sandwiches, and other items from street stands.
The interesting part of this story is to come. If workplace cafeterias close all across
(Update: More reporting in Financial Times.)