A customer looks at the price ranges at a supermarket during Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May possibly 6, 2016. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian superstore sales rose One.16 percent this year through October, signaling rrndividuals are spending more on nutrition, according to a statement out of industry group Abras in Wednesday.
The Abras national income index compiles data coming from 2,800 sites representing about 135 companies that account for 60 percent of supermarket profits in Brazil.
(Coverage by Gabriela Mello; Writing by just Ana Mano; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)