Who we are


AMAGGI's governance structure is composed of 2 main bodies: the Executive Board and the Board of Directors.

Both are supported and advised by 7 different committees and the performance of all directors is guided by the Bylaws, the Code of Ethics and Conduct and AMAGGI's policies.

Office Mandate validity
President 12/2022
Counselor 12/2022

Policies AMAGGI's

We have developed a set of guidelines to guide our corporate identity and define the way in which we relate to society. In addition to general policies, we have specific policies, standards and standardized procedures that are disclosed through various technological supports and internal and external communication channels.


Practice professional management that promotes sustainable economic development and continuous improvement, based on equity in the treatment of shareholders, transparency in the exercise of management, full accountability by managers and corporate responsibility, ensuring the best result for the group and for its longevity.


Attract, develop and retain people, providing conditions for their personal and professional achievements in a healthy environment that encourages innovation, creativity, learning and harmony, respecting human beings and their diversity through transparent relationships that make AMAGGI an excellent place to learn, do, be and live together.


To permeate sustainability in the business management process, through the management of economic, social and environmental impacts, to achieve a performance compatible with the objective of sustainable development, seeking to positively influence the quality of life of future generations.


Promote and maintain high quality standards through continuous process improvements, meeting our customer`s needs.


Create, maintain and consolidate the company's positive image through communication flows that facilitate interaction with the various stakeholders, ensuring the veracity of information, in a process of reciprocal influence.

Health and Safety

Provide healthy environments and safe working conditions, in accordance with current occupational safety and medical legislation, evaluating, preventing, controlling and eliminating risks of incidents and/or accidents, through continuous improvement of processes and work activities.


United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Aims to engage signatory countries to act in crucial areas for global sustainable development. Elaborated in 17 objectives with specific goals, it represents a joint effort of the signatories to be reached. Since 2015, the year of its launch, the initiative has been supported by AMAGGI, which articulates the SDGs in its activities disseminating them to all its stakeholders.

UN Global Compact

Aims to engage and sensitize organizations to disseminate the Ten Principles and the SDGs to their stakeholders. A participating signatory of the Action Platform to Communicate and Engage, AMAGGI assumed in 2020, the coordination of this platform for the biennium 2021 – 2022. The company also takes part in the Action for Sustainable Agro and Action against Corruption platforms. In 2021, AMAGGI also joined the Global Compact Network Brazil initiative “Entre Solos: semeando conexões (Between Soils – Seeding Connections”, Network Sustainability Dialogue Initiative in the Food and Agriculture Sector.

Business Principles for Food and Agriculture (PEAA)

The only Brazilian company, AMAGGI has been a part of this Global Compact initiative since its launch in 2014. It took part in all stages of the principles elaboration. Together with 20 other companies, the PEAA seeks to collaborate on the development of efficient and practical solutions to increase the safety of food systems and agriculture sustainability.

SBTi (Science Based Targets initiative) and Race to Zero

In 2021, AMAGGI joined the SBTi initiative, through the Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign, and with that it is now also part of the UN’s Race to Zero global movement.

Business Pact against the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents on Brazilian Highways — On the Right Path Program

Since 2014, it has supported this Childhood Brasil program, which mobilizes companies and entities to promote the fight against the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents on Brazilian roads.

Business Pact for Integrity and against Corruption

An Ethos Institute initiative to promote an honest and ethical business environment. It brings together companies that annually disclose, on the Compact platform, their results for the eradication of bribery and corruption. AMAGGI has been part of the Compact since 2009.

National Pact for the Eradication of Slave Labor

Since 2005, AMAGGI has been a signatory to this commitment, which seeks to eradicate all forms of slave-like labor in the country. Every year, the company submits to the InPACTO organization the monitoring report with the actions taken to eradicate slave labor in its production chain. The company is also part of the Institute’s Deliberative Council.

Child Friendly Company Program

Initiative of the Abrinq Foundation to mobilize companies in the surroundings of a social action for the benefit of children and adolescents in Brazil. A participant since 2009, AMAGGI renewed its title in 2021, in recognition of its commitment to the defense of children and adolescents.

Soy Moratorium

Commitment established in 2006 not to sell soy from areas of the Amazon biome that were deforested after 2008. Participating are industries and exporters affiliated with the Brazilian Association of Vegetable Oil Industries (Abiove) and the National Association of Cereal Exporters (Anec).

Green Grain Protocol

Seeks to avoid the sale of products from illegally deforested areas, with an environmental embargo or occurrence of slave labor in the state of Pará. It is an initiative of the Federal Public Ministry, the Government of Pará, the Ministry of the Environment (MMA), the State Secretariat for the Environment and Sustainability (Semas) and local companies in the sector. It also aims to strengthen the Rural Environmental Registry (CAR) as a tool for environmental planning. AMAGGI has been a signatory since 2018, due to the beginning of its operations in the state of Pará.