As a Global leader in the production and exports of soybean, Brazil has what it’s needed to also provides Soybean Meal
Consistent Supply: The soy complex, which is composed of soybeans in grains and their derivatives, such as oil and soybean, was the main product exported in 2017, accounting for 14.10% of all Brazilian exports, or US $ 30.69 billion. (Conab, 2018).
Sustainable Approach: Brazilians farmers are increasing production while decreasing environmental impacts.
Quality Composition: The abundance of arable land, favorable climate, know-how, and technology research ends up in high-quality and competitive price for the soybeans, consequently also for the soybean meal.
Logistic Capacity: In 2017 on average it was produced 32.18 million tons of soybean meal, mainly used for protein feeding of poultry, pigs and cattle and industrial human nutrition. (Conab, 2018).
Top importers of Brazilian soybean: Netherlands, Thailand, France, Indonesia, Germany, South Korea, Iran, Vietnam and Japan.
Our suppliers are located in the Midwest* of Brazil.
Midwest*: Mato Grosso.
Facts like sustainable production, quality composition, consistent supply, and logistic capacity, are attracting buyers to Brazil seeking for commodities with a high-quality and competitive price.
As a true agricultural superpower in grains production, Brazil has what it takes to produce, and transport commodities to destinations around the world. The country has the land, climate, research, know-how, technology, and capacity to become the number one food commodity exporter in the world.
Chanceller Agribusiness has been developing great partnerships and business worldwide. We are hired for developing international research, negotiations and logistic structure, serving several farmers producers.
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