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  • Brazil's appetite for health food grows
  • Brazil's appetite for health food grows
    janhamlet (2008) ©
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Brazil's appetite for health food grows

60% of Brazilians say they exercise to stay in shape, while 41% ensure vegetables make up half of every meal. The Brazilian health food market might be underdeveloped right now, but with interest in health and nutrition growing across the country, it’s poised for expansion.

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