Every year, we present in our Sustainability Report fundamental information relating to the socio-environmental and governance aspects of our operations in Brazil.
Since 2008, this publication has been one of the main accountability tools for our stakeholders. Our report is produced based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines, which is the most used model in the world seeking to establish an international standard for sustainability reports.
The reported information is associated with the principles of the Global Compact, the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the strategic blocks that structure AMAGGI’s Global Sustainability Positioning.
One of the main objectives of the Sustainability Report is to monitor and promote improvements in our sustainability management.
To achieve them, it is essential to identify relevant and strategic issues that reflect the company’s significant economic and socio-environmental impacts, according to the stakeholders, and that can substantially influence the company’s assessments and decisions.
We review our materiality every three years, or when there are significant changes to the business. The last AMAGGI materiality review was carried out in 2019, with the participation of approximately 900 stakeholders. Thus, the themes that make up this report are defined by applying the principles of materiality and including stakeholder interests and expectations.
To learn more, we invite you to read our 2019 Sustainability Report.