Brazil, one of the world's largest food producers, will have a record grain harvest of 312.4 million tons, an increase of 15.32% compared to last year, the president of the National Supply Company (Conab), Guilherme Ribeiro, said today.
In a radio interview, Ribeiro said that the 2022-23 grain harvest would be a record thanks to a 3% increase in the planted area and favorable weather, which helped plantings.
Together, soybean and corn will have . . .