The product Egyptian exporters have the best chance to sell more of to Brazil right now is garlic. So said Brazil's agricultural attaché in Cairo, Cesar Simas Teles (pictured above) during the webinar 'How to Export to Brazil,' targeted at food producers in the Arab country. The event was hosted by Egypt's Agricultural Exports Council (AEC) this Wednesday (10).
'To me, garlic is the main product at the moment. There is a huge opportunity. Brazil's garlic suppliers right now are China, Argentina, Spain, and then Egypt,' he said, noting that import tariffs are levied on sales from China to Brazil, which means Egyptians could increase their foothold.