Food production in Brazil should double in ten years, says Embrapa president

Embrapa's Celso Luiz Moretti was one of the participants in the "Super Agro 2021" event; experts in the field address the importance of agritechs in efficient and sustainable food production.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to Celso Luiz Moretti, president of the state-owned Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa), "there is no doubt" that Brazil's food production will double in the next decade. Moretti believes that with technology and sustainability, production growth is linked to the growth of agritechs in the country, which work to increase sustainable production.

The importance of agritechs was discussed during the "Agritech focused on best practices" panel at the "Super Agro Brazil 2021" forum. The event, organized by EXAME on Thursday, April 8, gathered sector specialists to debate the future of agribusiness in Brazil . . .

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