Pakistan is an exciting country with lots of market, but what are the best selling consumer products in Brazil? Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. Nowadays we live in a consuming society, so we buy more and more things, even if we don’t really need them. We can buy the products personally, but instead we usually choose to do the shopping on the internet. As for me, I much prefer shopping on the internet. Not everything, because I usually buy the groceries and other food in the shop. When we speak about best selling articles, we need to check the certain country. For example what Brazilian people love and buy – the other part of world does not necessarily sell well.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best selling consumer products in Brazil.
The first item is Cotton Wool/Buds. They are something we buy because we absolutely need it so it’s kind of an essential product in every household. The need for cotton wool/buds seems to be constant, and the sales are not dropping despite the economic crisis in Brazil. This is due to the fact that cosmetic purposes such as removing makeup, or for treating wounds are always there. It is predicted that sales growth of cotton wool/buds will continue to grow in the future, with a CAGR (Compound annual growth rate) of 3%. The second product is Dog Food. We want what it’s best for our dogs as they are considered to be dear friends and even members of the family. Dog food records a steady growth in sales in Brazil, and it is predicted that it will continue that way during this year and the next one. At last, but not least, let’s check Dairy. Dairy seems to be one of the favorite products in Brazil, especially milk and cheese which recorded steady growth in sales during 2016. Dairy products such as milk and cheese are also considered to be essential, especially milk which we usually drink for breakfast or eat with cereals, therefore, it’s present in almost every household.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 best selling consumer products in Brazil