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Brazilian Wheat

Brazilian wheat has gained prominence in the global market due to its quality and production potential. Despite not traditionally being one of the world's largest producers, Brazil has been investing in technology and advanced agricultural techniques to increase its production and ensure competitiveness in the sector.


With agricultural regions suitable for cultivation, such as the south of the country, Brazil has demonstrated a significant increase in wheat production in recent years. Furthermore, the country has sought to diversify its wheat varieties, adapting to the different demands of the international market. The quality of Brazilian wheat is recognized for its high protein and excellent gluten profile, essential characteristics for the production of superior quality flour. This quality is the result not only of favorable climatic conditions, but also of advances in research and development of more productive and disease-resistant wheat varieties.


Brazil has also invested in logistics and infrastructure to ensure the efficient flow of wheat production. Modern ports and efficient transport systems facilitate the export of Brazilian wheat to various markets around the world. As a result of these efforts, Brazilian wheat has gained space in the international market, being recognized for its quality and reliability. With even greater growth potential, Brazil is well positioned to become an important player in the global wheat market.

The area planted with wheat in Brazil could reach 3.6 million hectares in the 2024/25 season, according to projections by the USDA attaché in Brasília.

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Wheat continues to be the preferred winter crop in Brazil. Production next season is expected to grow 19.5%, with a harvest of 9.8 million tons, given the increase in productivity after adverse weather conditions affected production.

For 2024/24, the planting area could grow 7.5% compared to the previous harvest.

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