Contents of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4-32








Indicator Description Comments and Report Page Global Compact Objectives of Sustainable Development
GENERAL STANDARD CONTENT
STRATEGY AND ANALYSIS
G4-1 Message from the president Link
ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE
G4-3 Organization name Link
G4-4 Main brands, products and / or services Link 1, Link 2, Link 3, Link 4, Link 5, Link 6
G4-5 Organization headquarters location Link
G4-6 Countries where the organization operates and where its main operations are located Link
G4-7 Nature of ownership and legal form of organization AMAGGI consists of the following companies:
André Maggi Participações S.A.;
AMAGGI Exportação e Importação Ltda.;
Agropecuária Maggi Ltda.;
Hermasa Navegação da Amazônia S.A.;
Maggi Energia S.A.;
Divisa Energia S.A.;
Ilha Comprida Energia S.A.;
Segredo Energia S.A.;

The others are international companies or joint ventures. Their information is not reported from the financial and socio-environmental point of view. Are they:
Unidas Tapajós (joint venture);
AMAGGI International BVI;
AMAGGI Argentina;
AMAGGI Paraguay;
AMAGGI Europe BV;
Denofa S.A.;
AMAGGI S.A.;
Terminal Granéis S.A TGG;
AMAGGI e LD Commodities S.A (joint venture);
AMAGGI e LD Terminais Portuários S.A (joint venture).

G4-8 Report the markets in which the organization operates (with geographic breakdown, covered sectors and types of customers and beneficiaries)
Business Areas
Scope
Sectors served
Customers / beneficiaries
Commodities Mato Grosso, Amazonas, Goiás, Paraná, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul, Rondônia, Roraima and international units

- Purchase and sale of grain (origination)
- Processing (industrialization)
- Import and marketing of agricultural inputs and fertilizer production (mixing plant)

Consumer
Dealer
Agro Mato Grosso Agricultural Consumer
Dealer
Logistics * Brazil Waterway Consumer
Dealer
Energy ** Mato Grosso: Rio Juruena, in Sapezal; Rio Formiga, in Campos de Júlio Energetic Consumer
Dealer
* The ports located in Miritituba and Barcarena, in Pará, are part of the corridor operated by Terfron, a joint venture formed by AMAGGI and another company in the agribusiness sector.

** The energy produced in small hydroelectric stations is directed to the national grid; part is consumed by AMAGGI, and part is sold.
G4-9 Organization size Link 6 8
G4-10 Total number of employees Link 3 8
G4-11 Percentage of total employees covered by collective bargaining agreements Link 8
G4-12 Describe the organization's supply chain Link
G4-13 Main changes related to size, structure, share ownership or chain of suppliers Opening of units:
- Fertilizer mixer in Comodoro (MT);
- Commercial origination offices in Boa Vista (RR), Ariquemes (RO) and Água Boa (MT);
- Grain storage unit in São José do Xingu (MT);
- Expansion of storage capacity at Lucas do Rio Verde (MT) unit, which increased the crushing capacity of the unit from 3 to 4 thousand t of grain per day;
- Expansion of a partnership with Bunge to sell grain through the logistics corridor formed by the Tapajós and Amazonas rivers, with AMAGGI purchase of 50% of the port assets that comprise this corridor.
G4-14 Report whether and how the organization adopts the precautionary approach or principle Link
G4-15 List the charters, principles or other externally developed economic, environmental, and social initiatives that the organization subscribes or endorses Link
G4-16 List the participation in associations (e.g. sectoral associations) and national or international organizations Link
IDENTIFIED MATERIAL ASPECTS AND LIMITS
G4-17 Entities included in the consolidated financial statements or equivalent documents of the organization Link
G4-18 Process for defining report content and reporting boundary Link
G4-19 Material aspects identified in the process of defining the content of the report Link
G4-20 Aspect boundary within the organization Link
G4-21 Look outside the organization boundary Link
G4-22 Effects of previous reformulations of information provided in previous reports and the reasons for such reformulations In 2016 AMAGGI reviewed its materiality. Based on this review, a new list of material topics and respective GRI indicators has been defined to be reported in the company's Sustainability Report.
G4-23 Significant changes compared to periods covered by previous reports in scope and aspect boundaries In 2016 AMAGGI reviewed its materiality. Based on this review, a new list of material topics and respective GRI indicators has been defined to be reported in the company's Sustainability Report.
STAKEHOLDERS´ ENGAGEMENT
G4-24 List of stakeholder groups engaged by the organization In 2016 AMAGGI revised its Materiality Matrix. This process also includes a new mapping of the organization´s internal and external stakeholders, as well as a prioritization based on the frequency and influence of those relationships.
Prioritized as internal stakeholders: shareholders and Top Management.
Prioritized as external stakeholders: rural producers, local community, government and regulatory agencies, sales clients, financial institutions and insurance companies, suppliers of supplies, and employees.
G4-25 Basis for identification and selection of stakeholders for engagement Link
G4-26 Approach adopted by the organization to involve stakeholders, including the frequency of their engagement by type and by group, with an indication that some engagement was specifically promoted as part of the reporting process Link
G4-27 Key topics and concerns raised during stakeholder engagement and measures taken to address these issues and concerns, including in the reporting process. Report of stakeholder groups raising each of the issues and concerns mentioned Link
REPORT PROFILE
G4-28 Period covered by report Link
G4-29 Date of most recent previous report Link
G4-30 Reporting cycle Link
G4-31 Contact details Link
G4-32 Please report the "agree" option chosen by the organization. Report the GRI Content Summary for the chosen option
Please provide the reference to the External Verification Inform if the report has been subjected to this verification
Link
G4-33 Report the current policy and practice adopted by the organization to submit the report to an external verification Link
GOVERNANCE
G4-34 Report the organization's governance structure, including committees of the highest governance level
Identify all committees responsible for advising the council in making decisions that have economic, environmental and social impacts
Link
ETHICS AND INTEGRITY
G4-56 Describe the organization's values, principles, standards and behavioral norms, such as codes of conduct and ethics Link 10 16
CATEGORY: ECONOMIC
G4-DMA Management approach Link
ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
G4-EC1 Direct economic value generated and distributed, including revenues, operating costs, employee compensation, donations and other community investments, retained earnings and payments to capital providers and governments Link 2, 5, 7, 8, 9
G4-EC2 Financial implications and other risks and opportunities for the organization's activities as a result of climate change Link 13
G4-EC4 Financial assistance received from the government In 2016, the amount received in tax incentives was R $ 53,148,760.26.
MARKET PRESENCE
G4-EC5 Variation of the proportion of the lowest salary, broken down by gender, compared to the local minimum wage in major operating units Link 6 1, 5, 8
INDIRECT ECONOMIC IMPACTS
G4-EC7 Development and impact of investments in infrastructure and services offered Link 2, 5, 7, 9, 11
G4-EC8 Significant indirect economic impacts, including the extent of impacts Link 1, 2, 3, 8, 10, 17
CATEGORY: ENVIRONMENTAL
G4-DMA Management approach Link 1, Link 2
BIODIVERSITY
G4-EN11 Own, rented or managed operating units within or adjacent to protected areas and high biodiversity index areas located outside protected areas Link 8 6, 14, 15
G4-EN12 Description of significant impacts of activities, products and services on biodiversity in protected areas and areas of high biodiversity index located outside protected areas Link 8 6, 14, 15
G4-EN13 Habitats protected or restored Link 8 6, 14, 15
EFFLUENTS AND WASTE
G4-EN24 Total number and volume of significant leaks In 2016 there were small spills in the Itacoatiara unit, pontoon (supply raft), in the transfer of fuel oils between vessels. There was no environmental impact, as the emergency brigade acted promptly to contain the residue with barrier and blanket of absorbents. 8 3, 6, 12, 14, 15
ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATION OF SUPPLIERS
G4-EN33 Real and potential significant, negative, environmental impacts in the supply chain and measures taken in this regard Link
CATEGORY: SOCIAL - LABOR PRACTICES AND DECENT WORK
G4-DMA Management approach Link 1, Link 2
HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK
G4-LA6 Types and rates of injuries, occupational diseases, days lost, absenteeism and number of work-related deaths, broken down by region and gender Link 3, 8
TRAINING AND EDUCATION
G4-LA9 Average number of training hours per year per employee, broken down by gender and functional category Link 6 4, 5, 8
DIVERSITY AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
G4-LA12 Composition of groups responsible for governance and discrimination of employees by functional category, according to gender, age group, minorities and other indicators of diversity Link 6 5, 8
SUPPLIERS EVALUATION IN LABOR PRACTICES
G4-LA15 Significant real and potential negative impacts on labor practices in the supply chain and measures taken in this regard Link 5, 8, 16
MECHANISMS OF COMPLAINTS AND COMPLAINTS RELATED TO LABOR PRACTICES
G4-LA16 Number of complaints and complaints related to labor practices recorded, processed and resolved through a formal mechanism Link 16
CATEGORY: SOCIAL - HUMAN RIGHTS
G4-DMA Management approach Link
SUPPLIERS EVALUATION IN HUMAN RIGHTS
G4-HR11 Significant actual and potential negative impacts on human rights in the supply chain and actions taken in this regard Link 2
CATEGORY: SOCIAL - SOCIETY
G4-DMA Management approach Link
LOCAL COMMUNITIES
G4-SO1 Percentage of operations with implemented programs of local community engagement, impact assessment and local development Link 1
G4-SO2 Operations with actual and potential significant negative impacts on local communities Link 1 1, 2
FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION
G4-SO4 Communication and training in anti-corruption policies and procedures Link 10 16
CONFORMITY
G4-SO8 Monetary value of significant fines and total number of non-monetary sanctions applied as a result of non-compliance with laws and regulations In 2016 AMAGGI received no significant fines and / or non-monetary sanctions arising from non-compliance with laws and regulations, considering as significant fines that, individually or jointly, relate to the same matter, reach at least 1% of revenues of the company and, cumulatively, whose administrative and / or judicial defenses and remedies have been exhausted. 16
CATEGORY: FOOD SECTOR
G4-DMA Management approach Link
PURCHASING PRACTICES
G4-FP1 Percentage of volume purchased from suppliers in accordance with the company's purchasing practices policy Link