Haiti: Grain and Feed Annual

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Wheat consumption in Haiti during Marketing Year (MY) 2018/2019 (July 2018/ June 2019) is forecast at 430,000 metric tons (MT). During MY 2017/18, Haiti imported 405,000 metric tons (MT) of wheat and wheat products, 27 percent of which is from the United States. Rice continues to be a staple food for Haitians. Production of milled rice for MY 2018/19 (July 2018/ June 2019) is forecast at 80,000 MT, with imports remaining relatively stable at 500,000 MT. More than 90 percent of imported rice comes from the United States. Corn remains one of the agricultural products that Haiti is generally self-sufficient in. Production of corn in MY 2018/2019 is forecast at 335,000 MT, with imports remaining stable at 15,000 metric tons (MT). 

Haiti: Grain and Feed Annual

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