Brazilian agribusiness is one of the most representative in the world, especially with regard to export dynamics. Brazil is the world’s largest exporter of coffee, sugar and sugar cane; it is also the second largest exporter of beef and the largest exporter of chicken meat, and also the fourth in the world in the international sale of pork. The trend is that the profits produced in this sector will intensify even more, with increases estimated at 40% in the coming years, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.

This food demand will always exist. And the importance and attention to production further motivates the advance of agribusiness in Brazil. One of the biggest and best arguments,
which reinforces the importance of the agribusiness, are the values of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and the extreme expressiveness of agribusiness.