Focused Trade Mission to Brazil for Retail & Food Service Products
Jumpstart Your Product Export Sales to Brazil
Brazil has proven to be an appealing and profitable market for U.S. companies for many years. As of 2021, Brazil is the 13th largest U.S. export market for consumer-oriented food products in Latin America. This market also ranks 10th in the region for processed foods imported from the U.S. and 1st in the region for retail sales in the packaged food market.
U.S. Food & Agricultural Product Imports to Brazil, By the Numbers
U.S. Consumer-Oriented Foods - US$212.7 million (2021)
U.S. Processed Foods - US$206.6 million (2021)
Due to the nature of the global pandemic and its impact on international travel, please consider resources such a www.travel.state.gov when determining if this event is appropriate
for you or your company.
Register by the early deadline and receive each
mission for only $325. After the early deadline, receive each mission for only $525.*
*Registration for both missions must occur on the same transaction to be eligible for the discount. If one of the mission registrations is cancelled, the discount is forfeited for the remaining mission.
Products of Interest
Top U.S. products in demand:
Processed Fruit & Vegetables
Processed Meat, Seafood & Alternatives to Meat
Sauces Dressings & Condiments
July 31: Mission and Market Briefing, Retail Store Tours
August 1: One-on-One Meetings with Qualified Buyers
August 2: Departure to Focused Trade Mission to Peru or home
Schedule is subject to change.
Focused Trade Mission Services Provided
One-on-one meetings with qualified buyers
Pre-event custom product research including market overview, importation and distribution analysis
Market briefing by local USDA, Foreign Agricultural Service
Retail store tour
Translation of up to two pages of materials into local language
Table top showcase and trade reception
Inclusion in Trade Mission brochure containing your company profile, contact details and product lines
On-site assistance by Food Export's In-Market Representative
Our educational webinars provide up-to-date exporter intelligence regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with international buyers, and much more.
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or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. (Not all bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations or alternative means of communication for program information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape,
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Food Export–Midwest and Food Export–Northeast reserve the right to deny services to any firm or individual
which, in the sole opinion of Food Export–Midwest and Food Export–Northeast, does not comply with FAS, MAP or Food Export–Midwest and Food Export–Northeast regulations or policies, or otherwise offer the best opportunity to achieve
its mission of increasing food and agricultural exports. Submission of any false or misleading information may be grounds for rejection or subsequent revocation of any application or participation. Food Export–Midwest and Food Export–Northeast
are equal opportunity employers and providers.