During his tour, the Cuban leader visited the Cubanacán mini-industry, of the Ramón Pando Ferrer Credit and Services Cooperative (CCS), inserted in the United Nations Wings Project which provides strategic support for food security in Cuba.
Maikel Infante, head of operations of the entity, said this 72-hectare fruit farm provides products to the industry and seven selling points in the city of Santa Clara.
The Cuban head of government asked to make baby food, especially from guava, due to the benefits that it can be produced all year round with minimal attention and congratulated the workers for their results.
The Prime Minister of Cuba also appeared at the farm: ¨Yes it can¨, managed by producer Yunier Hernández, who reported he received more than 40 hectares covered with marabou (a bush with thorny branches) and has already planted more than 30 hectares of beans. different varieties.
He highlighted that he does not use any chemical products, but rather natural fertilizers in close contact with scientists from the Central University Marta Abreu de Las Villas.
Marrero recognized the effort and results of Yunier and his workers and urged them to plant corn and soybeans, and venture into chickpeas, as well as to maintain the contribution to people’s food through the basic basket.