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Volume of food production by country

GRI FP-05 SASB FB-MP-250a.1 SDG 12
2020 2021 2022
Total volume of food production (tons) 874,783.27 1,001,125.26 1,035,928.49
Brazil (t) 380,702.89 357,070.47 439,578.00
Australia (t) - - 3,926.24
Argentina (t) 144,658.83 144,753.88 155,316.83
Colombia (t) 94,393.04 145,498.84 129,570.19
Paraguay (t) 167,865.57 203,449.32 193,667.2
Uruguay (t) 87,162.95 150,352.76 113,870.03

Context

Minerva Foods has 29 industrial units for slaughtering and deboning cattle and sheep and three processing units in South America and Oceania, distributed among Brazil, Australia, Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay and Uruguay, with a slaughter capacity of 26,180 head of cattle. per day. All units in South America and the Colac and Sunshine units in Australia are certified by an independent organization in accordance with the internationally recognized standard of food safety management system and recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), the BRCGS – Brand Reputation Compliance Global Standards, as well as other certification protocols that ensure safe food production.

Active food production units certified in a protocol recognized by the GFSI food safety

GRI FP-05 SASB FB-MP-250a.2 SDG 12
2020 2021 2022
Brazil (%) 100 100 100
Australia (%) - - 100
Argentina (%) 100 100 100
Colombia (%) - 100 100
Paraguay (%) 100 100 100
Uruguay (%) 100 100 100

Context

Minerva Foods has 29 industrial units for slaughtering and deboning cattle and sheep and three processing units in South America and Oceania, distributed among Brazil, Australia, Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay and Uruguay, with a slaughter capacity of 26,180 head of cattle. per day. All units in South America and the Colac and Sunshine units in Australia are certified by an independent organization in accordance with the internationally recognized standard of food safety management system and recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), the BRCGS – Brand Reputation Compliance Global Standards, as well as other certification protocols that ensure safe food production.

Recalls and access to export markets

SASB FB-MP-250a.3 SASB FB-MP-250a.4 SDG 12
2020 2021 2022
Number of recalls performed - - -
Number of export qualification perch - - -

Context

Minerva Foods, by means of good manufacturing practices, traceability and labeling, ensures product identification in the event of a recall and has established a procedure to identify, evaluate and measure the impact of the risk posed by nonconforming products. There were no recalls or export bans due to food safety issues in 2022.

Food Safety Audits

SASB FB-MP-250a.1 SDG 12
2020 2021 2022
Number of audits performed - 33 132

Context

Minerva Foods, by means of good manufacturing practices, traceability and labeling, ensures product identification in the event of a recall and has established a procedure to identify, evaluate and measure the impact of the risk posed by nonconforming products. There were no recalls or export bans due to food safety issues in 2022.
This attention to detail ensures that consumers have access to quality, safe products that are clearly identified in terms of their characteristics and production process, helping to create a more sustainable market and build a relationship of trust with markets and consumers. 132 food safety audits were carried out in 2022.

*Indicators publicly reported from 2021

Production volume by product type

GRI FP-05 SASB FB-MP-250a.2 SDG 12
2020 2021 2022
Total production volume (tons) 1,442,239.61 1,727,106.17 1,658,137.26
Beef (t) 821,610.48 938,628.94 863,916.73
Lamb meat (t) - - 3,926.24
Industrialized (t) 53,172.79 62,496.32 64,462.39
By-products (t) 567,456.34 725,980.91 725,831.9

Context

Minerva Foods has 29 industrial units for slaughtering and deboning cattle and sheep and three processing units in South America and Oceania, distributed among Brazil, Australia, Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay and Uruguay, with a slaughter capacity of 26,180 head of cattle. per day. All units in South America and the Colac and Sunshine units in Australia are certified by an independent organization in accordance with the internationally recognized standard of food safety management system and recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), the BRCGS – Brand Reputation Compliance Global Standards, as well as other certification protocols that ensure safe food production.

% volume of animals purchased from certified farms, by certification protocol and country

GRI FP-05 SASB FB-MP-250a.2 SDG 12
2020 2021 2022
Organic Certification - Brazil - - 4.36%
Organic Certification - Paraguay - - 13.55%
Organic Certification - Uruguay - - 29.64%
Carbon Neutral Certification - Brazil - - 5.08%
Carbon Neutral Certification - Uruguay - - 0.27%
Global Animal Partnership (GAP) Certification - Uruguay - - 3.32%

Context

For 2022, the following Minerva Foods units hold international certifications specifically for the production of organic meat: Araguaína (TO), Barretos (SP), Janaúba (MG), Palmeiras de Goiás (GO), Paranatinga (MT) and the units in José Bonifácio (SP), Mirassol d’Oeste (MT). The units in Paraguay, Uruguay and Rosário in Argentina have also obtained organic certification.
Production in these units is guaranteed to come from animals that have been raised without the use of antibiotics, growth hormones or feed containing animal products, in addition to meeting high animal welfare standards. The certification requires that these units undergo rigorous traceability controls in accordance with European Community Regulations No. 834/2007 and No. 889/2008 and the National Organic Program (NOP) of the United States.
In Uruguay and Brazil, animals were sourced under carbon neutral certification (see the Renove program for more information). In addition, 3.32% of the animals purchased in Uruguay came from ranches certified by the Global Animal Partnership (GAP). GAP certification is obtained by suppliers who undergo a third-party audit that verifies animal welfare conditions on the property.