Field data from 2020
Soy volume sourced in the Cerrado
Out of total volume sourced from Brazil
sourced in other Biomes
sourced in the Cerrado
Soy volumes sourced in focus municipalities
Out of total volume sourced from the Cerrado
sourced in other municipalities
sourced in 61 focus municipalities
Soy volume sourced directly and indirectly
Out of total volume sourced from the 61 focus municipalities
Soy volumes traceable to farm for direct sources
Out of total volume sourced directly from farmers
traceable to farm in 25 focus municipalities
traceable to farm in 61 focus municipalities
*By December 2021, members of the SCF commit to achieve at least 95% traceability to farm for direct sourcing in the 61 focus municipalities
Sustainable agriculture and food production are among the world’s most pressing challenges. Collectively, we must find the best way to feed the world’s rapidly growing population, while preserving ecologically valuable biomes.
To achieve this, LDC focuses on advancing supply chain traceability to farm, monitoring and transparency, while continually seeking new ways to make our activities increasingly sustainable.
Traceability in particular is a key enabler to fulfill our sustainability commitments – for our customers, for society at large and for future generations.
Origination teams have an important role to play for traceability and transparency. That’s why, year after year, we push forward to meet the traceability targets we set ourselves, sometimes going beyond these, as the foundation for supply chain transparency and informed sourcing decisions.
Sustainability Coordinator for North Latin America Sao Paulo, Brazil