This is a photo of a Haitian farmer harvesting coffe beans in Haiti. Once upon a time, Haiti was the biggest coffee producers in the world.
After its independence, Haiti was unable to trade with the rest of the world. The Haitian coffee couldn't be sold in the world's market until 1830s in Europe and 1960s in the United States.
Making Haitian Coffee from a Greg
A treasure has been discovered in Haiti, the poorest country in the hemisphere. Coffee explorer, Todd Carmichael found Haiti blue Forest Coffee which has proved to be one of the finest coffee in the world. Haiti blue Forest Coffee is located in the southeast area of Haiti. This is a coffe blend that has been praised by many experts in the field
A brand new way of promoting health in the Haitian community in Miami. On January 7th, Bochika opened the first Farmers Market in Little Haiti. The market which has for purpose to promote healthy eating will be open on a weekly basis from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Toussaint Louverture Elementary School in Miami.
The Little Haiti Farmers Market is a not-for-profit community event that invites vendors to gather to sell affordable, fresh, and locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables foods. The food products sold directly to the consumers.
The Bochika Little Haiti Farmers Market has plan to expand as it trying to address the needs of the Haitian community. For now, it is working in collaboration with community services to offer other services such as free health screenings, wellness workshops, children's activities and some entertainment.