Minerva Foods, a leader in beef exports in South America and one of the largest companies in the production and commercialization of fresh beef and its derivatives in the region, achieves an A- rating and advances in the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Supplier Engagement Rating (SER).
The rating assesses companies’ performance in governance, goals, scope 3 emissions, and value chain engagement through the Climate Change questionnaire. With the improvement in performance, Minerva Foods was recognized as a supplier engagement leader, positioning itself in the group that achieved leadership level in their respective activity sectors (36% of total respondents). The Company’s rating is also above the regional average for South America and the food and beverage processing sector.
“The achievement of this recognition reinforces our commitment to continue with responsible actions towards the environment and society as a whole. Over the years, we have invested in initiatives and engagement throughout the supply chain to adopt the best practices. This continuous effort has enabled us to achieve increasingly prominent positions,” said Tamara Lopes, Executive Manager of Sustainability at Minerva Foods.
The CDP is an international non-profit organization considered one of the world’s leading initiatives in environmental transparency, providing important information for investors, companies, and governments on organizations’ environmental data and opportunities to reduce emissions. The organization works with over 8,400 organizations worldwide to measure and disclose carbon, water, and forest emissions data, as well as provide recommendations to improve sustainability strategies and reduce environmental impacts.
Traslated from: Portal do Agronegócio