Brazil’s Goal: To Sell 20% More Fruit Overseas

Open market, feira, with fruit from BrazilThe opening of new international markets, like China, Japan and the Arab countries is the main base for the expansion of fresh fruit export forecasted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply for this year.

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