Despite ranking behind its neighboring countries Argentina and Uruguay in terms of organic farmland, the cultivated area in Brazil has been growing in recent years, reaching nearly 1.2 million hectares in 2018. The spread in the surface for organic crops has been accompanied by a rise in producers and producing units in this sector. Most organic producers in Brazil worked in crop related categories such as fruits and vegetables, with less than ten percent producing organic dairy. Sales of organics are still a mainly local business, with the majority of producers selling their products directly to the consumer, or through organic markets.
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