Cuba to Purchase More Food From Nebraska
By OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ
ASSOCIATED PRESS / Las Vegas Sun
HAVANA (AP) –
Cuba agreed Wednesday to buy another $30 million in food from Nebraska, strengthening trade relations with a U.S. farm state already selling corn, wheat, soybeans and other products to the communist island.
Nebraska Lt. Gov. Rick Sheehy and Agriculture Director Greg Ibach led the trade delegation, which included meat and other agriculture producers on the four-day trip.