With 296.5 thousand tons, Brazilian rice exports break a record for the year in August

Agricultural By-products
Rice Husk
Published Sep 14, 2023

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Brazil had its best month for rice exports in August, shipping 296.5 thousand tons, a 20.3% increase compared to the same month in 2022. Export revenue also increased by 30% to reach US$100.9 million. Processed rice accounted for 44.17% of total exports, with shipments totaling 130.9 thousand tons and generating US$40.1 million in revenue.
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(By Abiarroz) Brazilian rice exports (husk basis) had the best result of the year in August. Last month, the country shipped 296.5 thousand tons, an increase of 20.3% compared to the volume of 246.4 thousand tons sent to the foreign market in the same month of 2022, reports the Brazilian Rice Industry Association ( Abiarroz). Still according to the figures released by the entity, based on data from the Ministry of Development, Industry, Commerce and Services (MDIC), export revenue in August was US$ 100.9 million, an increase of 30% compared to the US$77.6 million obtained in the same month last year. Processed rice Shipments of processed rice in August totaled 130.9 thousand tons, equivalent to US$40.1 million. Growth was 26% in volume and 33.8% in revenue. Shipments represented 44.17% of total exports of the processed cereal, with the largest aggregate volume, in the eighth month of 2023. The main destinations for processed rice in August were the United States, Gambia, Spain, ...
Source: Planetaarroz
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