Many often refer to Brazil for the bustling Rio de Janeiro or the beautiful Copacabana beach, but what about their booming agricultural business? Visit Brazil, the agricultural powerhouse that thrives off its diverse landscapes and temperate climate for crop production. During your visit, you can attend the largest agricultural show, the Coopavel Show Rural in Cascavel. It is a great way to learn about the technological improvements of the farms and passion that these large cooperatives have throughout the country. Spend some time at the Parana soybean fields, where you can tour the grounds and see all of the agricultural products that are shipped to the Port of Paranagua.
If you’re just yearning for more information on the agricultural practices of Brazil, head to the Expo Londrina Agricultural Show. The Expo Londrina is a testament to the modern agricultural processes that have helped Brazil become a world leader in the agribusiness industry. Learn about the history of Brazil’s agricultural strides, and also what they plan for in the future at this Expo.
Both agricultural tours throughout Brazil are designed so that consumers can learn a little bit more about how food in Brazil is carefully produced. Take extra side trips to local plants to learn about biodiesel technology and meeting local farmers. If you’re looking to find one of the larger cooperatives, visit COAMO cooperative in Campo Mourao, which is the largest in Latin America. Acknowledge the hard work that this cooperative has put in, with investing in production, modernization, and strategically growing their business. Visit the farm’s precious cattle pastures, research centers, and enjoy a lunch on the property.
For travelers interested in the environment and food production, these knowledge-based agricultural tours are perfect for you. Show Less