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  • Brazil's love of organic beauty
  • Brazil's love of organic beauty
    André Bispo ©
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Brazil's love of organic beauty

It's estimated that sales in Brazil's organic cosmetics sector will grow by 35% in 2014, reaching a sales revenue of R$2 billion. Nearly 85% of Brazilians refuse to consume products from unsustainable brands, and the Bio Brazil Fair in 2014 saw more business return than ever before.

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