Over recent decades, AMAGGI has firmly established a sustainable operating model founded on four strategic areas of activity: agribusiness, commodities, energy and logistics & operations. These business areas are interconnected, providing synergic integration within Brazil’s constantly expanding agribusiness chain.


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  • 13

    farms with their own production.

  • 1,5

    million tons of own grain production.

  • 372

    hectares of farm production (2022/2023 crop year – 1st and 2nd crops) on farms operated by AMAGGI itself.


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  • 44


  • 3

    million tons of static storage capacity.

  • 2

    grain processing units and 3 fertilizer mixing plants.

  • 19,5

    million tons of grain commercialized worldwide


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  • 92

    of installed capacity.

  • 6

    PCHs - small hydroelectric plants.

  • 35

    photovoltaic plants.

Logistics and operations

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  • 7

    port terminals.

  • 191

    container barges for river transport of grain.

  • 21

    pushers for vessel maneuvers.

To expand its operations globally, AMAGGI has units strategically distributed both in Brazil and overseas.

Mapa Brasil
  • Headquarters

  • Sales Office

  • Processing Plant

  • Warehouse

  • Farm

  • Port Terminal

  • Shipyard

  • Small hydroelectric power plant


ESG targets and


  • To achieve net zero emissions by 2050, in line with the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi). This target will be reached using decarbonization strategies by 2035 and neutralization of any residual emissions. The emphasis will be on promoting low-carbon regenerative agriculture capable of protecting biodiversity, as well as the energy transition to more sustainable sources.

  • To remain Deforestation and Conversion Free – DCF - since 2008 - in agricultural production on its own farms. Committed to environmental conservation, the company assures that its expansion will only take place on previously cleared areas.

  • To have a supply chain of grains and fibers fully tracked and free from environmental restrictions by 2025, assuring that it is completely free from deforestation and conversion of native vegetation (DCF) for farm production. This target covers all biomes, countries and regions where it is present.

  • To provide innovative products and services to an ethical chain, free of deforestation and conversion of native vegetation and with low carbon emissions.

  • To invest in renewable energy to attain self-sufficiency in production in relation to consumption.


  • To exhibit the positive impacts generated within the communities where the company is active, prioritizing projects in those areas strategic for the company’s business while channeling efforts to stakeholders in situations of greater social, economic and environmental vulnerability.

  • To significantly increase the number of capacity building sessions offered to the employees and third parties through the AMAGGI University.

  • To invest in actions intended for developing critical suppliers in its chain, striving to contribute to the vocational qualification of vulnerable people so that they have access to decent work.

  • To drive initiatives that strengthen farm productivity and the income of small food producers, paying special attention to rural women and family farmers.

  • To ensure activities that respect and promote human rights across its operations and value chain, especially where the indigenous peoples and traditional communities are involved.

  • To guarantee and promote the maintenance of a healthy environment that prioritizes the safety, quality of life and well-being of the employees and third parties.


  • To implement improvements in the communication process involving ESG issues, making these more relevant for stakeholders by enhancing metrics, indicators, form and content.

  • To implement, by 2025, a diversity program focused on fostering social inclusion for everyone.

  • To ensure continuous improvement of the company’s corporate governance by strengthening the relationships with all stakeholders and fostering a culture of integrity, ethics, responsibility, risk management and good business practices.

  • To keep open the Whistleblower Channel for stakeholders, as well as the Women’s Channel intended for investigating incidents of non-compliance with the AMAGGI Code of Conduct and Ethics.

Initiatives and partnerships

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Social and environmental certifications

RTRS - Round Table on Responsible Soy

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AMAGGI was the world’s first RTRS-certified company. It actively participates in the Brazil Task Force, a group dedicated to enhancing the soybean market and certification process in the country.


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The seal guarantees that the certified products meet rigorous environmental and social requisites, as well as being free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).


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Assures that production complies with the sustainability criteria established by European Directive 2018/2001 (RED II), including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions accounting.

ISO 14001

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International standard that establishes guidelines and requisites for effective environmental management systems within organizations.


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AMAGGI offers the market the ORIGINS program, an exclusive initiative of the company to guarantee the sustainable origin of the grain, meeting the strictest requirements on the global scenario.


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In 2023, the company achieved certification for all its cotton operations, including the processing stages, at its three cotton mills.

ACTS (Amaggi Cotton Traceability and Sustainability Program)

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The cotton traceability and sustainability program aiming for transparency in production. Using advanced technologies, it provides detailed information about the origin of the cotton, including location, production date and sustainable practices adopted.

Amaggi Regenera

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AMAGGI’s regenerative farming program is striving for a low-carbon farming system that prioritizes soil recovery while promoting biodiversity. It encourages producers to adopt sustainable and innovative farming practices.