Artemisa, Cuba - In times of COVID-19 in the municipality of San Cristóbal, the production and commercialization of food constitutes a task of the first order.
With greater use of idle lands, urban, suburban and family agriculture and other products that are marketed through the retail trade network and agricultural markets. However, there is still no correspondence between supply and demand, an economic phenomenon that is difficult in these times.
Imbalance that, on many occasions, is fostered by the same population, based on the hoarding of products and merchandise, facilitated by administrators and employees of these establishments. Therefore, at this time, the municipal defense council with the support of the Federation of Cuban Women, Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, state inspectors and other political organizations in the territory face it daily. Actions that help to establish the correspondence between supply and demand in times of COVID-19.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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