CNA study shows opportunities for Brazilian nuts in Southeast Asia

Published Feb 28, 2023

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Brazil has the potential to increase nut exports to Southeast Asian countries, according to an unprecedented study prepared by the Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA) to identify business opportunities for the products of greatest interest to the Agro.BR project . The study “Analysis of Market Opportunities: Exploring the Nut Market in Southeast Asia” considered India, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore as the most relevant markets in the region. CNA's Commercial Intelligence coordinator, Felipe Spaniol, stated that the study pointed to India and Vietnam as the most attractive destinations for Brazilian nuts and nuts, given the increased dependency on imports, the good prospects for expansion with a growing population and the quest for a healthier lifestyle. “Small and medium producers must look strategically at these markets. For this, it is important to train, participate in fairs, missions and business roundtables offered by CNA, through the ...
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