About 8 thousand flower and plant producers cultivate more than 2.5 thousand species in Brazil. The sector employs 209 thousand people: 38,76% of the occupations related to production, 4,31% to distribution, 53,59% in retail, and 3% in other functions.

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Brazilian native vanilla draws attention from high gastronomy

The Brazilian flora has gifted us with native vanilla, also known as banana vanilla, which is found in riparian forests in the Brazilian Center-West region and practically all over the country. Three species are regarded as of current economic value or potential use: Vanilla bahiana, Vanilla chamissonis, and Vanilla pompona. Vanilla bahiana is widespread in […]


Brazilian flower market reaches R$ 10.9 billion in 2021

Between 2020 and 2021, the Brazilian flower market grew by 15%, according to the Brazilian Institute of Floriculture (IBRAFLOR). The revenue was R$ 10.9 billion, compared to R$ 9.6 billion in the previous year. The three segments with the highest sales were decoration (R$ 3.2 billion), representing 30% of the revenue; self-service (R$ 2.2 billion); […]



The Brazilian flower market stands out for a diversified productive chain. With hundreds of species and thousands of varieties, our production has been growing every year. From 2020 to 2021, the flower market grew by 15% according to the Brazilian Institute of Floriculture (IBRAFLOR). In all, the production chain had R$ 10.9 billion in revenues […]


Brazilian agricultural exports reach US$ 15.1 billion in May

Brazilian agribusiness continues on a positive growth trend. In May, exports hit US$ 15.1 billion, which represents a 13.8% increase compared to the same period in 2021. Year-to-date, the growth is 28.9%. These results mean a surplus of US$ 13.8 billion in our agricultural trade balance. The main product in our agribusiness export line in […]