With over 20 years of successful events, Fi South America offers attractive opportunities for food ingredient suppliers, with its increasingly affluent and informed consumer base of 430 million people driving the demand for healthier and more natural food products. Fi South America provides the opportunity to meet 11,000+ potential customers, identify their needs and strengthen long-term relationships. Access key decision-makers and Latin American buyers under one roof.
Brazil continues to present opportunities for U.S. exporters of intermediate products. High performance ingredients that add value to products present good market potential as trends such as health and wellness expand in the country. Brazilian consumers are increasingly moving towards a healthier lifestyle. Also, an increasing number of consumers are giving more importance to transparency from manufacturers about the ingredients used in their products. They are interested in how the product is manufactured, and they are considering products with cleaner labels with nutritional ingredients described in simple terminology. There is also a growing demand for on-the-go healthy products and also products fortified in supplements, nutrients, and vitamins.
U.S. Food & Agricultural Product Imports to Brazil, By the Numbers
By the year 2024, Euromonitor projects the retail sales in the packaged food market in Brazil is expected to increase 30.8% to US$131.1 billion.
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