Traceability and origin guarantee
In order to guarantee a responsible origin, free from deforestation and conversions, it is necessary to know the supply chain in depth.
Guarantee of Origin: Socio-Environmental Purchasing Criteria
In order to guarantee responsible grain purchase, we evaluate 100% of our suppliers based on established Socio-Environmental Criteria; Sustainability principles to be met.
We are committed to not purchasing grain from:
The ‘ORIGINAR’ Platform
In 2016, we invested in technology and innovation to monitor our grain chain and launched the ‘ORIGINAR’ Platform. Now with a new version 2.0 – the geospatial analysis tool, developed exclusively for the company, uses an updated satellite image basis.
The tool makes it possible to cross data from supplier farms, of grains and other inputs, such as biomass, with AMAGGI’s Socio-Environmental Criteria, enabling other important analyzes of territorial intelligence, such as land use and deforestation monitoring, thus ensuring greater traceability of the grain chain.
Watch the video and understand how the AMAGGI ‘ORIGINAR’ Platform Works
ACTS: AMAGGI COTTON TRACEABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM
The program aims to provide total transparency on the cotton produced by AMAGGI.
From the use of traceability technologies, the cotton buyer – as well as the actors present in its value chain – will be able to quickly access, with a QR Code, information on where and when the cotton was produced, as well as information on sustainability, production methods and even the people involved in cultivation.
Based on the ACTS, and its full transparency and traceability, we hope to support our business partners, manufacturers and consumers to make more conscious choices when purchasing products that use cotton as a raw material.
Ensuring transparency and traceability of the grain chain is one of the pillars of AMAGGI’s purpose to develop its business by adding socio-environmental and governance values throughout the value chain. And, to this end, we understand that it is necessary to deeply understand all the links in the supply chain.