National Geographic : 1987 Nov
i jMiami rice" and pink pigs spell politicalindigestion. ||| To protect the Haitianrice market, centered in the III Artibonite Valley (left), cheaperU. S. imports are officially prohibited.Still, contrabandshipments in bags stamped "Miami, Fla." are unloadedin daylight at Petit Godve (below). Following an outbreakof African swine fever in 1978, Haiti'snative pigs died or were killed at U. S. urgingand are being replaced by higheryield U. S. animals. NearJacmel, Willie Lamour (bottom) instructs farmers-many of whom have protested the taste and expense of the new pigs-on feeding methods.