Brazil opens 100 new foreign markets for agricultural products

Updated Oct 30, 2020
Brazil has conquered the opening of 100 new markets for national agricultural products since January 2019. The most recent is export of pigs (breeding) to Colombia. The work to open foreign markets does not only include the sale of traditional products of which Brazil is already a major exporter, such as meats, but of various products in the agricultural chain, such as nuts, tea, fruits, fish, dairy products and plants, serving the objective of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) to diversify the Brazilian export basket. “This means new opportunities for Brazilian producers who have been working hard and showing a lot of resilience, even going through a pandemic. I strongly believe in the competence and competitiveness of our producers, and these openings reflect the intention of the Map to increasingly diversify our export agenda ”, highlights Minister Tereza Cristina (Agriculture, Livestock and Supply). Among the openings for non-traditional products are ...
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