Document highlights the company’s main global actions based on international sustainable management guidelines
São Paulo, May 2, 2017 – Today (2) JBS is publishing its Annual and Sustainability Report 2016 which complies with the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) methodology and the criteria from the Brazilian Association of Listed Companies (ABRASCA).
The report contains highlights from the company’s global businesses in 2016 with economic, social and environmental information on the strategies it has adopted, how its operations have progressed and the respective results from each of its business units. The document also showcases JBS’s strong commitment to sustainability and the social actions it develops in each operating region.
“With a wide range of data from our operations, the report offers an in-depth view of the company’s sustainability vision, policies and actions”, said Marcio Nappo, JBS Sustainability director. He also explained that the information in the report shows it is possible to produce high quality foods sustainably and on a global scale.
To view the report, visite the JBS Investor Relations website.
JBS is one of the world’s leading food industry companies with approximately 235,000 employees in over 20 countries. The company owns a portfolio of brands that are acknowledged for their excellence and innovation, such as Doriana, Friboi, Moy Park, Pilgrim’s Pride, Primo, Seara, Swift and others, serving over 300,000 customers of more than 150 nationalities worldwide. The company’s focus on innovation also reflects its management approach to related businesses in areas such as leather, biodiesel, collagen, personal hygiene and cleaning products, natural wrappings, solid waste management solutions, metal packaging and transportation. JBS has adopted best corporate governance and sustainability practices throughout its value chain and its operational management focuses on guaranteeing high food quality and safety and animal well-being.
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