Picture this: You’re a farmer on a mango plantation in Haiti. You pick your mangoes, load them up in a truck, and send them along to a fruit exporter to sell your fruit abroad. You’re excited – this was a good crop and you feel confident that your sweet, tangy mangoes will please consumers. But your mangoes, the ones you were so proud of, do not get sold. Because you couldn’t afford crates to package the mangoes, and because of Haiti’s bumpy, unpaved roads, by the time it reached the exporter, your fruit was damaged, bruised and unsellable.