The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply of Brazil reported that, by September 2022, 43 new markets had been opened for Brazilian agribusiness. They allow diversification and increased opportunities for Brazilian producers.
In recent years, the number of destinations for Brazilian exports has been growing. In 2019, 35 new markets were opened; in 2020 and 2021, 74 and 77 markets, respectively. In all, since 2019, there have been 229 new markets in 54 countries.
The opening of a market does not mean that exports are taking place, only that the legal procedures are already in place. For the shipments to begin, it is necessary to prepare producers and exporters, the commercial activities and, finally, the disclosure of the suppliers so that purchase contracts can take place.
Garra International helps animal protein suppliers export by offering complete financial and logistical solutions, in addition to having a network of contacts in more than 60 countries.
One of the recent highlights of Brazilian exports is pork. After a period of falling sales, due to the recovery of the Chinese herd from the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak, Brazil has found new destinations, such as the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Chile and countries in the Middle East.