Ceagesp, the city that feeds Brazil

The largest warehouse in Latin America is impressive: over 3 million tons of food, flowers, and fish are traded every year in an area of 637,000 m2, where 50,000 people move through every day.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Nothing is small when the subject is the Companhia de Entrepostos e Armazéns Gerais de São Paulo (São Paulo Warehousing and General Storage Company), known as Ceagesp.

Last Sunday's Caminhos da Reportagem featured Ceagesp, the largest warehouse in Latin America for 51 years, confirming its mission of placing food on tables in São Paulo table and 1,500 other Brazilian municipalities.

For this reason, everything there is superlative: over 3 million tons of food, flowers, and fish are traded every year; almost R$9 (US$1.6) billion in financial turnover . . .

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