Between 1975 and 2017, agricultural production in Brazil grew at a rate of 3.43% each year. During this period, in addition to the increase in the quantity of products, items with higher added value also became part of the Brazilian menu.
The conclusions were released on Wednesday (February 6) by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply, as part of the Brazilian Agriculture Productivity Study 1975-2017.
During these 42 years, the study found, many measures have contributed to the positive performance. Among them, there are the implementation of public policies, increased investments, the possibility of financing through rural credit, the growth of exports and the modernization of equipment and production systems.