Tag: Brazilian exports

News

12/28/2022

Brazilian Farmers’ 2022 balance and prospects for 2023

The year 2023 is arriving, and it comes with new challenges. According to the Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA), the upcoming year will bring opportunities for Brazil to continue increasing its participation in international agricultural trade and fulfilling its purpose of being a major food supplier to the rest of the world, contributing […]

Made in Brazil

11/16/2022

Brazil awards the best alembic cachaças in the country

Cachaça is part of the Brazilian culture. The distilled spirit is internationally recognized for being the protagonist of caipirinha, but there are many other ways to consume it. Cachaça producers are widespread across the country working on different production and processing techniques. To value these producers, the Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA) has […]

Beef

10/24/2022

Brazilian agricultural exports reach US$ 14 billion in September

Brazilian agribusiness continues on a positive growth trend. In September 2022, exports hit US$ 14 billion, representing a 38.4% increase compared to the same period in 2021. Year-to-date, the growth is 30.5%. These results represent a surplus of US$ 12.4 billion in our agricultural trade balance. In September, the main product in our agribusiness export […]

Brazilian Geographical Indications

Brazil has more than 60 registered Geographical Indications (GIs), which include wine, coffee, cheese, cachaça, grape, banana, mango, beef, and rice production. The GIs system promotes products and their historical-cultural heritage, which is non-transferable. This heritage encompasses several significant aspects: the defined production area; the specificity and authenticity in developing the products; and the discipline […]

Grains

08/31/2022

Brazilian agricultural exports reach US$ 14.2 billion in July

Brazilian agribusiness continues on a positive growth trend. In July, exports hit US$ 14.2 billion, which represents a 26.3% increase compared to the same period in 2021. This result represents a surplus of US$ 5.4 billion in the agricultural trade balance. That month, the main product in our agribusiness export line was soybean, with a […]

Honey

08/05/2022

How Brazilian farmers are reaching more international buyers

Exporting can be challenging. It goes beyond selling products to an international client and means constant improvement, innovation, professionalization, and many working hours. The Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA) created a solution to improve and facilitate rural producers’ path to international markets: a multidisciplinary project to train and support farmers aiming for global […]

Beef

07/29/2022

Brazilian agricultural exports reach US$ 15.7 billion in June

Brazilian agribusiness continues on a positive growth trend. In June, exports hit US$ 15.7 billion, which represents a 30.8% increase compared to the same period in 2021. Year-to-date, the growth is 29.2%. These results mean a surplus of US$ 14.2 billion in our agricultural trade balance. In June, the main product in our agribusiness export […]

News

05/27/2022

Brazilian agricultural exports reach US$ 14.9 billion in April

Brazilian agribusiness continues on a positive growth trend. In April, exports hit US$ 14.9 billion, which represents a 14.9% increase compared to the same period in 2021. Year-to-date, the growth is 34.5%. These results mean a surplus of US$ 13.6 billion in our agricultural trade balance. The main product in our agribusiness export line in […]

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04/20/2022

Sueme Mori: “Agricultural products global trade in times of crisis”

The Russia–Ukraine conflict and its social, geopolitical, and economic consequences are the focus of analysis by experts from different areas and are present all the time, and in real-time, on the news and in conversation circles. In the economic and social aspects, the impact on the international trade of goods, and especially of products related […]

Honey

04/08/2022

A sustainable superfood: learn more about the aroeira blossom honey

When you choose honey to buy in the supermarket, what aspects do you consider? Color? Texture? For a long time, the aroeira blossom honey did not fit aesthetic patterns to gain the world’s shelves. Today, as food and nutrition research evolves, more people are familiar with the health properties of this superfood. Typical of north […]

News

03/23/2022

Sueme Mori: “The importance of the export mindset”

In 2021, not counting individual micro-entrepreneurs, Brazil ended the year with just over 8 million active companies. Of those, only 31 thousand are exporters. One of the reasons to explain this number is the lack of export mindset in the country. The phrase export mindset is related to the degree of openness, tradition, and closeness […]

Fruit

02/24/2022

Learn more about acerola, the Brazilian queen of vitamin C

When you think about vitamin C, what first comes to your mind? Vitamin supplements? Citric fruits? Both answers are correct but in Brazil, the acerola fruit is one of the main references. To get the supply people need to boost their immune system, it is common to see acerola trees in Brazilian backyards. Acerola’s popularity […]

Beef

02/22/2022

Brazilian Farmers visit Dubai to expand business with the Arab world

A group of representatives from ten Brazilian rural companies spent one week in Dubai (UAE) on a mission to expand their business and bring Brazilian food to strategic destinations. The delegation gathers producers of coffee, breakfast cereals, cocoa nibs, chocolate, cassava flour, açaí powder, cassava starch, and other starch products. In the program, supported by […]

News

02/15/2022

Sueme Mori: “A Bridge to the Middle East”

In July last year, the United Arab Emirates’ National Meteorological Center released a video showing artificial rain, in Dubai, caused by a “cloud seeding” drone technology. The objective is to alleviate the heat that can reach up to 50 ºC (120 ºF) in the region. That is the result of years of research and many […]

News

02/09/2022

What young Brazilian leaders can teach us about sustainable land use

Two of the most promising young leaders of Brazilian agribusiness are contributing to the future of land use. Ana Carolina Zimmerman and Lucas Dierings were part of the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA), broadcast from Berlin, Germany, at the end of January. At the event, Ana and Lucas presented the statement: “Sustainable Land […]