Guaraná Antarctica is a guaraná-flavoured soft drink, originating in Brazil and manufactured and distributed by AmBev, a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch InBev. It was created in 1921 by Pedro Baptista de Andrade for Companhia Antarctica Paulista, now part of Anheuser-Busch InBev. The drink is produced in four countries, Portugal, Brazil, Argentina, and Japan.
O Boticário is the second biggest Brazilian cosmetic company. It has 4,070 stores in Brazil, Portugal, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, United States, Paraguay, Japan, France and Venezuela. O Boticário is the largest cosmetic franchise in the world. The main competitors of the company are Natura, Avon Products and Jequiti.
Braskem is a Brazilian petrochemical company headquartered in São Paulo. The company is the largest petrochemical company in Latin America and has become a major player in the international petrochemical market.
Cielo is the largest Brazilian credit and debit card operator. Cielo is the biggest payment system company in Latin America by revenue and market value.
Cosan is a public listed company, a Brazilian conglomerate producer of bioethanol, sugar and energy. The company operates in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia and United Kingdom.
Dafra Motos, or just Dafra is a Brazilian company of motorcycles founded in 2008 by Itavema Group.
Elipse Software is a Brazilian industrial automation software producer whose main activities are designing and selling software for HMI/SCADA projects and interfaces for many types of applications. It was founded in 1986 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Its four Brazilian branches are located in the cities of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba and Belo Horizonte. It also has an international branch in Taiwan.
Embraer S.A. is a Brazilian aerospace conglomerate that produces commercial, military, executive and agricultural aircraft and provides aeronautical services. It is headquartered in São José dos Campos, São Paulo State.
EMS is the biggest domestic pharmaceutical company in Brazil,. Founded in the mid-1950s, the company has six industrial plants based in São Bernardo do Campo, Hortolândia and Jaguariúna, in the state of São Paulo, Manaus, Brasília and Belgrade in Serbia
Finta is a Brazilian sportswear brand founded in 1987 that supplies especially soccer teams with sports apparel.
Globo Filmes is a Brazilian company of movie productions owned by Grupo Globo.
Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes
Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes S.A B3: GOLL3, GOLL4 / NYSE: GOL is a Brazilian airline based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC), between January and December 2017 Gol had 36.2% of the domestic and 10.8% of the international market shares in terms of passengers per kilometer flown, making it the largest domestic and third largest international airline in Brazil. Gol competes in Brazil and other South American countries with Chilean LATAM Airlines Group, Brazilian Azul and Colombia-based Avianca Holdings S.A. It also owns the brand Varig, although now that name refers to what is informally known as the "new" Varig, founded in 2006, not to the extinct "old" Varig airline, founded in 1927.
Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição
Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição, doing business as GPA, is the biggest Brazilian company engaged in business retailing of food, general merchandise, electronic goods, home appliances and other products from its supermarkets, hypermarkets and home appliance stores owned by the French conglomerate retail group Casino. Its headquarters are in São Paulo city.
H.Stern is a luxury jewelry brand. The company was founded in Brazil in 1945 by Hans Stern, whose son, Roberto Stern, currently runs the company. H.Stern initially specialized in precious stones before moving to design focused jewelry. The family owned company does not disclose its sales but it has over 150 stores, located in Latin America, United States, Europe & Asia.
IGB Eletrônica S.A.
IGB Eletrônica S.A., doing business as Gradiente, is a Brazilian consumer electronics company based in Manaus, and with offices in São Paulo. The company designs and markets many product lines, including video, audio, home theater, high end acoustics, office and mobile stereo, wireless, mobile/smart phones, and tablets for the Brazilian market. The company was founded in 1964. In 1993 they founded Playtronic, a fully owned subsidiary who licensed the manufacturing of Nintendo consoles in Brazil, and while publishing games for various systems they also provided Portuguese translations of some games. However, they stopped the partnership with Nintendo in 2003 because of the high price of the dollar at the time.
JBS S.A. is a Brazilian company that is the largest meat processing company in the world, producing factory processed beef, chicken and pork, and also selling by-products from the processing of these meats. It is headquartered in São Paulo. It was founded in 1953 in Anápolis, Goias. The company has 150 industrial plants around the world. J&F Investimentos is a 42% indirect shareholder in JBS S.A. J&F Investimentos is wholly owned by Joesley Batista and Wesley Batista. As of May 2017, JBS S.A. remains the world's biggest meat producer.
Kuat is a brand of guarana beverage sold by The Coca-Cola Company in Brazil. Kuat was introduced in Brazil in 1997 to compete with the leading guarana beverage, Guaraná Antarctica, which was stealing market share from Coca-Cola's cola products.
Linx is a Brazilian management software company and the largest software house in retail management systems in Latin America. According to the American technology consulting firm IDC, Linx retains 40.2% of the retail management software in Brazil. In 2007, Linx was listed for the 3rd time in the Valor 1000 annual report, which lists the 1000 biggest Brazilian companies.
Lobini was a Brazilian automobile manufacturer. The company produces a sports car called the H1 which uses Audi engines and fiberglass bodies produced by fellow Brazilian sports car manufacturer Chamonix.
Lojas Renner is the largest Brazilian department stores clothing company, headquartered in Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. It was the first Brazilian corporation with 100% of shares traded on Stock Exchange and listed on the Novo Mercado, highest among the different levels of corporate governance in São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3). The major Lojas Renner's competitors are C&A, Zara, Forever 21 and Hering.
Marcopolo S.A. is a Brazilian bus and coach manufacturer founded on 6 August 1949 in the southern Brazilian city of Caxias do Sul, state of Rio Grande do Sul. The company manufactures the bodies for a whole range of coaches, e.g. microbus, intercity and touring coach. Marcopolo produces over half of the bus bodies made in Brazil and exports its coaches to more than 60 countries.
Matte Leão is a Brazilian infusion and tea brand, now owned by The Coca-Cola Company. Matte Leão offers a range of over 100 types of infusions, ready for consumption.
Natura & Co or simply Natura is a Brazilian manufacturer and marketer of beauty products, household, and personal care, skin care, solar filters, cosmetics, perfume and hair care products the company that sells products through representatives and in more than 3.200 stores in 70 countries across the world. The company was founded in 1969 by Luiz Seabra, and became a public company listed on São Paulo Stock Exchange in 2004. Currently the company is the largest Brazilian cosmetics company by revenue. The Company is owned by Brazilian billionaires Antônio Luiz Seabra, Guilherme Peirão Leal and Pedro Passos.
Olympikus is a Brazilian sports brand, which makes equipment for running, tennis, volleyball and football. The brand is owned by Vulcabrasǀazaleia
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A.
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. — Petrobras, more commonly known as simply Petrobrasa, is a semi-public Brazilian multinational corporation in the petroleum industry headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The company's name translates to Brazilian Petroleum Corporation — Petrobras.
Surya Brasil is a privately held company based in Brazil that sells natural cosmetics.
Tectoy is a Brazilian toy and electronics company headquartered in São Paulo. It is best known for producing, publishing, and distributing Sega consoles and video games in Brazil. The company was founded by Daniel Dazcal, Leo Kryss, and Abe Kryss in 1987 because Dazcal saw an opportunity to develop a market for electronic toys and video games, product categories that competitors did not sell in Brazil at the time. The company stock is traded on the Bovespa.
Topper is a sportswear brand owned by Alpargatas, with business in South America and Asia. Its products range from footwear and clothing to underwear, sport bags, balls, and equipment in general for football, basketball, volleyball, rugby union and tennis.
Ultracargo is Brazil's largest bulk liquids storage company, primarily operating in the storage of chemicals, petrochemicals, biofuel, and vegetable oil. Ultracargo operates under the Ultra group along with Ipiranga, Ultragaz, Oxiteno and Extrafarma.
Universo Online is a Brazilian web content, products and services firm. It belongs to Grupo Folha enterprise. As of January 2015, UOL's website is ranked 73 on SimilarWeb and ranked 108 on Alexa Internet globally.
Vale S.A. is a Brazilian multinational corporation engaged in metals and mining and one of the largest logistics operators in Brazil.
Via Varejo is a Brazilian retail company founded in 2010 through the merger of retail companies Casas Bahia, owned by the Klein family, and Ponto Frio, owned by Grupo Pão de Açúcar.
Vigor is a Brazilian dairy and food company and is the sixth largest dairy company in Brazil. The company is a subsidiary of Grupo Lala, the largest food processing company in the world, the company is headquartered in São Paulo.
Votorantim Cimentos is the largest cement company of Brazil and the eighth largest in the world. The company was founded in the city of Votorantim in 1933 and is headquartered in São Paulo. In February 2010, the Votorantim Cimentos acquired 21.2% of the Portuguese cement company Cimpor. In 2012 the company sold this stake and acquired cement-related assets in Asia, Africa and South America.
WEG is a Brazilian company, operating worldwide in the electric engineering, power and automation technology areas. Headquartered in Jaraguá do Sul, Brazil, the company produces electric motors, generators, transformers, drives and coatings. WEG has operations in around 100 countries, with approximately 31,000 employees (2014). WEG appeared in Forbes list of the 100 largest small global companies of the world. And it has been ranked by magazine Exame as the 9th most competitive company in the American continent. WEG is the largest Latin American electric-motor manufacturer.
The Yogoberry is the largest Brazilian chain of frozen yogurt and smoothie stores, founded in 2007 in Rio de Janeiro by the South Korean sisters Un Ae Hong and Jong Ae Hong.
Made in Brazil. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Brazil” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC