Partnerships in the value chain
We believe in the importance of working together to achieve sustainable performance, so much so that we include in our Socio-environmental Policy the value chain’s operation.
We have developed several actions and projects focused on our Chain, among which we highlight:
Evaluation of socio-environmentally critical suppliers:
We have adopted evaluation criteria for those suppliers considered critical in our chain, including necessarily consulting public embargoes lists from IBAMA and slave labor from the Ministry of Labor and Employment, as well as checking all supporting documentation in accordance with the relevant legislation.
Responsible grain purchase:
In order to ensure a responsible grain purchase, we evaluate our suppliers based on established socio-environmental criteria, which constitute minimum sustainability principles to be met.
At AMAGGI, 100% of the supply chain must meet these socio-environmental criteria:
– Areas embargoed by the Brazilian Institute for the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA): AMAGGI prohibits the sale of grains from areas that are on the embargoes list due to illegal deforestation;
– Areas seized by the Mato Grosso State Environment Secretariat (Sema-MT): AMAGGI does not commercialize grains from areas that are on the Mato Grosso state list of embargoes due to illegal deforestation;
– Indigenous Lands and Conservation Units: AMAGGI does not commercialize with producers whose productive areas are located on Indigenous Lands and Conservation Units;
– Areas in the Amazon biome Deforested after 2008: through the Soy Moratorium, AMAGGI undertakes not to acquire soybeans from areas deforested after 2008 in the Amazon biome. Annually, the company receives an external audit to certify compliance with the Pact.
– Slave Labor Dirty List from the Ministry of Labor and Employment: AMAGGI does not trade with any person or company that integrates the Slave Labor Dirty List. In addition to following the list update, the company signed the Pact for the Eradication of Slave Labor, which further strengthens their commitment. AMAGGI is also part of InPacto, an institution dedicated to strengthening and expanding actions under the National Pact for the Eradication of Slave Labor.
We have one of the most advanced technologies in the industry to ensure Sustainability in grain origination- the ORIGINAR platform – AMAGGI Responsible Origination. With it, we were able to analyze in a more precise and detailed manner the areas which we commercialized with, generating a socioenvironmental extract of the property and the producer, after crossing the data from the socio-environmental criteria meeting.
We cultivate a good relationship with our transport suppliers, helping to minimize social, environmental and economic impacts of road and river transportation of their products, reducing accidents, increasing well-being at work and preventing the children and adolescents’ sexual exploitation on highways and waterways.
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