Korin Agropecuária forecasts earnings of R$ 95 million in 2014
Korin Agropecuária, well-known for producing organic food without antibiotics, aims to earn R$ 95 million this year, up by 25% on the R$ 76 million it earned in 2013, according to a statement released by the press office. Headquartered in Ipeúna (São Paulo state), Korin was founded by Japanese immigrants connected to the Messianic Church.
"The market for organic and healthy products is growing faster than the Brazilian supermarket sector. Given this we are identifying the needs of these market and investing in new products," says the company's commercial director, Edson Shiguemoto.