Haiti: Grain and Feed Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   HA2021-0006

Wheat consumption in Haiti during Marketing Year (MY) 2021/22 (July 2021/June 2022) is forecast at 425,000 metric tons (MT). During MY 2020/21, Haiti is expected to import 435,000 metric tons (MT) of wheat and wheat products. Rice continues to be a staple food for Haitians. Production of milled rice for MY 2021/22 (July 2021/June 2022) is forecast at 80,000 MT, with imports increasing to 520,000 MT. More than 90 percent of imported rice comes from the United States. Corn remains one of the agricultural products in which Haiti is generally self-sufficient. Production of corn in MY 2021/22 is forecast at 335,000 MT, with imports increasing to 40,000 metric tons (MT). Sorghum production for MY 2021/22 (July 2021/June 2022) is forecast at 80,000 MT, with imports remaining stable at 2,000 MT.

Related Reports

Attaché Report (GAIN)

Indonesia: Coffee Annual

Indonesia’s 2022/23 coffee production is forecast to increase by 7 percent from the previous year to 11.35 million (60 kilogram) bags on favorable weather in southern Sumatra. Improved demand following the easing of pandemic-related restrictions is expected to raise domestic coffee consumption to 4.8 million bags in 2022/23.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Burma: Rice Trade - Monthly

Post forecast Burmese rice exports lower in May due to slow business activities along with changing trade and exchange rate policies and high domestic prices. Domestic prices for Emata increased in May due to high transportation costs and a smaller domestic supply as exporters fulfilled advanced sale contracts. Domestic prices for Shwe Bo Pawsan remained unchanged.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Hong Kong: Love for Wine Prevails Against Pandemic

The Hong Kong wine market has stayed resilient since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The local foodservice business has suffered the most as the operation of restaurants and bars were often curbed to contain the virus. However, wine retail sales injected energy to a sluggish market and enabled the continuation of wine consumption in Hong Kong.