Farmer boys, the popular menu of a local meat market, has added $1 billion in food items and $2.5 billion in drinks, according to a report published on Monday.
The market was founded by a small family of farmers in the city of Ambon, Brazil, in 1999, according the market’s website.
The annual festival of farmers takes place from April to November.
The report said that the market is currently the biggest meat producer in the world, with annual sales of $8 billion.
The farmers market is now one of the biggest in the country, the report said.