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Brazilian Corn

Brazilian corn is one of the highlights of national agriculture, being one of the main grains produced in the country. With a vast cultivable area and advanced agricultural technology, Brazil stands out as one of the world's largest producers and exporters of this cereal.

Favorable climatic conditions in several regions of Brazil allow for multiple annual harvests, ensuring a constant supply of corn throughout the year. Furthermore, the variety of climates and soils allows the production of different types of corn, meeting both the domestic market and the specific demands of international markets.

 

Brazilian corn is recognized for its high quality and productivity, the result of investments in research and development of new varieties that are more resistant to pests and diseases, as well as adapted to local climatic conditions. In the international market, Brazilian corn has a significant presence, being exported to several countries around the world. Its competitiveness is driven not only by product quality, but also by the country's logistical efficiency and port infrastructure.

In addition to its economic importance, corn plays a crucial role in Brazil's food security, being used both in human food and in the production of animal feed. Its versatility and nutritional value make it an essential element in the diet of millions of people around the world.

In short, Brazilian corn is a fundamental part of the country's agriculture, contributing to economic development, food security and Brazil's prominent position in the global agricultural commodities market.

The Brazilian corn harvest in the 2024/25 cycle is expected to reach 129 million tons.

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In a report, the attaché highlights that the increase is expected in a scenario of favorable weather conditions, after the warning of the possible end of El Niño, which severely impacted productivity in this 2023/24 harvest.

The projection indicates an increase of 5.7% compared to the supply expected for the current season.

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