To consumers, it's an exotic locale. To manufacturers, it's a rich source of fresh and sustainable ingredients. For these reasons and more, Brazil has come into its own as a product supplier. According to the country's Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock Farming and Supply, Brazilian exports of agricultural products grew from $20.6 billion in 2000 to $58.4 billion in 2007, a 183% increase. And some of the fastest-growing segments fall right in line with health and wellness. Fresh fruit ...
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