For 150 years, Brazil has been the world's largest producer of coffee.

An excerpt from the article 31 facts about Brazil

It is a major exporter of soybeans, iron ore (the world's second-largest exporter), cellulose, corn, beef, poultry meat, soybean meal, sugar, coffee, tobacco, cotton, orange juice, shoes, airplanes, automobiles, auto parts, gold, ethanol, semi-finished iron, among others.

It is the largest producer of various agricultural commodities and has a large cooperative sector that supplies 50% of the country's food. The world's largest health cooperative, UNIMED, is located in Brazil and accounts for 32% of the country's health insurance market.