Brazil

U.S. Trade with Brazil in 2021

Export Market Rank
#32 Among U.S. Agricultural Export Markets
Total Export Value
$755.91 Million
3-Year Average
$968.04 Million
Compound Average Growth
-0.35% (2012-2021)
Total Export Value 2012 - 2021
Export Value by Commodity 2021

Top 10 Exports to Brazil in 2021

Commodity Total Value (USD) Total Volume (Metric Tons) 10-Year Average Value (USD) 10-Year Growth
Ethanol (non-bev.) $146.15 Million --- $373.49 Million -39%
Other Intermediate Products $88.65 Million 17,693 $69.7 Million 10%
Essential Oils $72.66 Million 4,029 $46.63 Million 71%
Other Feeds, Meals & Fodders $62.35 Million 15,791 $52.8 Million 85%
Dairy Products $42.75 Million 10,184 $49.72 Million -41%
Food Preparations $35.92 Million 3,034 $45.54 Million -34%
Distilled Spirits $30.6 Million --- $16.98 Million 655%
Dextrins, Peptones, & Proteins $29.08 Million 5,409 $42.19 Million -22%
Eggs & Products $28.04 Million 192 $24.4 Million 114%
Wheat $26.23 Million 89,298 $279.39 Million 96%

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Data and Analysis

Attaché Report (GAIN)

Brazil: Coffee Semi-annual

The Agricultural Trade Office (ATO)/Sao Paulo estimate for the Brazilian coffee production for Marketing Year (MY) 2022/23 (July-June) was revised downward to 62.6 million 60-kg bags, a decrease of 1.7 million bags relative to the previous estimate, due to lower output in Arabica production.
International Agricultural Trade Report

Opportunities for U.S. Ingredient Exports to Brazil

Brazil is the fourth-largest export destination for U.S. agricultural and processed products in South America and depends on international suppliers to meet its demand for food processing ingredients, especially specialty products with high added value. These products offer significant opportunities for U.S. companies to supply Brazilian food manufacturers looking to meet the needs of a growing health-conscious consumer market.
World Production, Markets, and Trade Report

Dairy Monthly Imports

This monthly report includes information on U.S. and global imports of dairy products, including maximum quantities that can be imported under tariff-rate quota licensing.

News and Features

U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Dr. Jewel Bronaugh administered the oath of office today to 14 USDA employees who will serve American agriculture internationally as members of the Foreign Service.
Throughout 2021, FAS was proud to support USDA's efforts to create more and better markets for U.S. agriculture, to address the climate crisis, and to promote nutrition and food security.
Secretary Vilsack highlights key USDA accomplishments – including FAS's global leadership – to create more and better markets for U.S. agriculture in 2021.

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