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Agribusiness grows 3,000% in a decade in Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul state

The number of agribusinesses has grown significantly in Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul state in the last decade.

The regulation of the activity, with a seal that identifies the origin and procedure during manufacturing, helps to value products from small properties and to expand the business.


A cheese dairy in Ivoti, in the metropolitan area of the state capital, Porto Alegre, started 12 years ago, but in the last seven years, Rodrigo Staudt and his family decided to segment and dedicate themselves to fine cow and goat cheese.

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