Value Chain

Report
Financiamiento de prácticas
verdes en cadenas de valor
Mariana Claudio, Sostenibilidad
06 de noviembre 2014, Guayaquil - Ecuador
110
countries
served
2nd largest
Brazilian food
exporter
20%
of the
worldwide
poultry trade
5th largest
Brazilian
employer
Value Chain
Overview
• US$ 23.3 billion market cap
• 57 industrial plants (10 located overseas) with large
production capacity
• 7th largest food company in the world and first in
animal proteins (both market value)
• R$ 30.5 billion in annual sales
• Member of UN Global Compact and COP advanced level
• 4th Brazilian Company in transparency according to CDP
• GRI G4 Comprehensive guidelines to Annual Report
Sustainability as strategy
Six pillars permeate BRF’s business strategies
Sustainability at BRF is supported by
a set of guidelines, practices and
actions intended to achieve positive
outcomes, simultaneously on the
economic and financial,
environmental and social fronts.
Grow sustainably and create longterm shared value, ensuring
business sustainability and supporting
global movements .
Sustainability
with focus on
continuous
improvement
Adapting to
climate change
Leveraging
sustainability
along the
value chain
SUSTAINABILITY
PILLARS
BRF
Enhancing
human capital
Engagement
with
stakeholders
Promoting
sustainable
consumption
Supply Chain Monitoring Program
• Created in 2011
• Risk management: Key social and environmental risks in the chain. The highest risks are
the legal compliance in itself.
• The relationship is based on the Code of Conduct for Suppliers, which establishes
principles of management for the companies that wish to maintain partnerships with BRF:
 Relationship among Suppliers and BRF's employees
 Operational Management of Suppliers – Quality and delivery time
 Social Management of the Suppliers
 Environmental management by the Suppliers
• The standards are based both on Brazilian Legislation and International
Conventions, such as human rights (child or forced labor), enterprises for the climate, etc.
• Not to relate with suppliers who are in the blacklist of the Ministry of Labor and
Employment (MTE) and public list of environmental notices and embargoes of the
Brazilian Institute of Environment (IBAMA).
• Operanting in working groups:
ranching; grains, meal and oil; logistcs; supplies
Leveraging sustainability along the value chain
Livestock
Production
Distribution
Retail
Customer
Integrated Outgrowers: Livestock (poultry and swine)
• 14.000 Integrated Partners (Supporting local supply chain).
•
Evaluate and monitor the evolution of the index (Annual check list application) and suggest
action plans to improve the index (verification in loco).
• Technichal support for farmers to promote the best development and best practices.
• BRF supports:
 Financial guarantor for investment lines (new structure and quality standards required
from BRF).
 Facilitator in the credit application process.
 Direct investor (below US$800,00 – To fix up a equipement, for example).
 Responsible for project implementation.
Installation of
Cisterns
Guidance for the implementation of water
harvesting rain on properties of farmers.
BRF was the facilitator in
the credit application
process.
Animal waste
Reverse Logistic
Reverse logistic for health waste
(medicine packaging, needles etc) used in
agriculture – 100% of integrated
outgrowers.
BRF was the responsible
for project
implementation.
Photovoltaic Power
Provide the most viable alternative energy BRF was the facilitator in
for agriculture production, using natural
the credit application
resources and reducing costs.
process.
THANK YOU
Mariana Claudio
[email protected]
+ 55 11 23225043

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