Cuba, class and ice cream

Thursday, August 9, 2018 - 12:00am

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Decades ago, rich and poor Cubans regularly lined up together to sample the island's best ice cream from Coppelia, a Havana landmark that offered dairy treats at a highly subsidized price. Now, the select few can enjoy a pint of Nestle and top-shelf gelato. Author Richard Feinberg tells host Marco Werman how Cuba's changing demographics are at play in the emerging ice cream market.