Brazil and World

Halal market: Brazil should strengthen itself as a post-pandemic supplier

This week, the Minister of Agriculture of Brazil, Tereza Cristina, participated in a webinar promoted by the certifier Fambras Halal and said that Brazil should strengthen itself even more as a supplier of food for the halal market in the post-pandemic.
“Our country has a vocation to be a major global supplier of safe and quality food to the world. Certainly, this vocation also applies to halal products. At the end of the crisis, I believe that there will be an appreciation of traditional partners and Brazil will strengthen itself as a reliable partner that prioritizes long-term relationships. So I hope that after the pandemic, the already solid relations between our countries can be strengthened and expanded”, said the minister.
In addition to it, the president of the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, Rubens Hannun, also participated in the event and reinforced that, with Covid-19, consumers will look for products of great quality and hygiene, such as the halal certified. "Brazilian halal is opening its doors in non-Islamic countries and, with that, we can increase diversification and expand sales of products with greater added value", he said.
Brazil and World

Pork meat has 39.16% higher export volume in June

Pork exports also continue to perform good and, according to the Ministry of Economy, in June there was an increase of 39.16% in volume shipped in Brazil, in comparison with the same month of 2019.
Brazil and World

Brazil: beef exports break record

Exports of beef from Brazil achieved a record number for the month of June.
Brazil and World

African swine fever continues to be the main influencer of the meat market

Covid-19 has been causing losses worldwide, overcoat for the meat market.
Brazil and World

Animal availability and external demand increase prices of cattle in Brazil

Prices for the beef in Brazil are under strong pressure due to the low availability of animals and the slaughterhouses that need to fill the slaughter scales to meet external demand, especially from China.