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people shopping at a butcher shop in Cuba
March 29, 2013

Butcher Shop, Havana

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Hunting down groceries in poorly stocked markets, like this butcher shop in central Havana, is a daily challenge. Cubans receive ration books that secure staples like rice, beans, and oil at low prices. But it’s not enough to live on.

See more pictures from the November 2012 feature story "Cuba’s New Now."

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Photograph by Paolo Pellegrin
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