As frail as their convictions may be, Brazilian shopping behaviors tell a different story. In a recent survey assessing the frequency of behaviors and attitudes considered sustainable, over 70 percent of respondents said they always preferred the most efficient electrical appliances, while around six out of ten tried to fix broken appliances instead of buying a new one. More than half of consumers surveyed stated they always avoid purchasing environmentally harmful products. In fact, most consumers in Brazil were considered either sustainability conscious or in transition towards becoming more conscious, with less than two out of ten respondents being deemed non-conscious.
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In the following 5 chapters, you will quickly find the 22 most important statistics relating to "Sustainable retail in Brazil".