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Although the COVID-19 pandemic will play a critical role in economic growth, total imports of agricultural food products from the United States into Brazil are forecast to expand. The top five agricultural products that showed growth in 2019 included eggs & related products, dairy products, prepared foods, distilled spirits and tree nuts. As with most markets, Brazil's sales channels changed during COVID-19 with importers of high-value products continuing their search for unique items.
Register for this webinar to learn more about exporting U.S. agricultural products to our South American neighbor. The following topics will be discussed:
Brazil market overview
Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) support in the market
Upcoming opportunities to engage with Brazil
Featured Speaker: Nicolas Rubio
Nicolas Rubio is the Director of the USDA’s Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. As the Director, he oversees programs to assist U.S. agricultural and food companies to export to Brazil. Prior to arriving in Sao Paulo, he served as the USDA’s Cooperators Program Chief for the Livestock and Seafood Products Branch managing USDA’s Market Development programs. Nicolas was also the Agricultural Attaché in Brasilia (2014-2018) and in Pretoria (2011-2014). Nicolas has a Master’s degree in Latin America Business Development and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Florida.