Thanks to an expansion of the cultivated area, Brazil will harvest a record crop in 2022

One of the world's largest food exporters, Brazil will harvest 261.5 million tons of grain in 2022, 3.3% more than in 2021 (253.2 million tons), which would set a new record, according to a forecast released Thursday by the government.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The result will allow the country to recover some of the losses incurred in 2021 when production was severely affected by a severe drought in the first months of the year and frosts in June and July.

One of the world's largest food exporters, Brazil will harvest 261.5 million tons of grain in 2022, 3.3% more than in 2021 (253.2 million tons), which would set a new record, according to a forecast released Thursday by the government.

This year, Brazilian production of cereals, pulses, and oilseeds will be 8.3 million tons . . .

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