Brazil and World
Brazil is expected to increase production by 41% until 2027
The world is more and more looking for food and the global protein market turns its eyes to Brazil, a country that has shown itself to be the most prepared to meet this demand.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) projects that the world will increase food production significantly by 2026/2027 to meet the growing demand. Brazil should increase production by 41% in this period, while China will increase 15%, the European Union 12%, the United States of America 10%, Australia and Canada 9% and Russia 7%.
The movement to open markets for Brazilian products has been more intense in recent years and, in addition to the confidence in Brazilian agricultural production, some factors are likely to benefit shipments. Brazilian financial analysts believe that health protocols will limit slaughter in the next 12 months, resulting in higher global prices. And China, a large meat buyer, continues to suffer from African swine fever, which will bring many opportunities for protein exporters.