The Atlantic’s and Bloomberg’s Cuba “expert,” Jeffrey Goldberg, baffled by presence of U.S. food products for sale in Cuba
"Near the beach was a small shop selling the same nine items that all Cuban tourist stores sell: Che Guevara T-shirts, Che Guevara postcards, dry Brazilian crackers, that sort of thing. But this store, somewhat unusually, carried two American products as well: Pringles and cold Coca-Cola...we sure know how to make stackable snack chips that are irresistible even in a Communist command economy. The exact mechanism by which Pringles and Coke penetrated the closed Cuban economy and bypassed the American economic embargo, I do not know."
You'd really hope a Cuba "expert," (and member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Julia Sweig chum, no less) would have a slight clue regarding the nature of U.S.-Cuba economic relations over the last decade or so. Here's a good place to start "digging:"