Known as a harvester of the world, Brazil has invested in sanitary and phytosanitary certifications to attest to the quality of its products. However, product quality is not the only one that is engaged in its commercialization: logistical processes and multifaceted legislation are strong obstacles to the expansion of the sector.

An implementation of more efficient management processes helps to reduce the risks of short and long term, allowing an expansion of the planning area as well as the increase of productivity, which will entail no increase in production, requiring the expansion of the distribution channels.

The increase in requirements for operations with a lower environmental impact allows producers to expand their processes by implementing new management practices that reduce costs and increase profitability. Many companies have processes to discard biomass that could turn into energy and still negotiate credits through Certified Emissions Reduction (RCE).