Field data from 2021
Soy volume sourced in the Cerrado
Out of total volume sourced from Brazil in 2021
sourced in other biomes
sourced in the Cerrado
Soy volumes sourced in the 61 focus municipalities
Out of total volume sourced from Cerrado in 2021
sourced in other municipalities
sourced in the 61 focus municipalities
Soy volume sourced directly and indirectly
Out of total volume sourced from the 61 focus municipalities in 2021
MAPPING OF INDIRECT SUPPLIERS
To the first point of aggregation in the 61 focus municipalities
is traceable to the first point of aggregation
VERIFIED DCF SOY
Out of total volume of soy purchased directly and indirectly in the 61 focus municipalities in 2021
non-verified DCF soy
verified DCF soy
At Viterra, we use geospatial data and tools daily to perform socio-environmental checks on all our suppliers and their rural properties that are linked with our commercialization. In the origination process, my mission is to provide guidance on the fundamental importance of environmental preservation and on the commitments we have with the entire value chain that involves our business.
Complying with the sustainability standards to achieve traceability and transparency in the commercialization of our products is today a priority in our work. To achieve our goals, we rely on a joint effort between the Commercial, Back-office and Sustainability areas so that we have suppliers that are increasingly engaged and committed to the market demands for a more sustainable product.
Aiming at the longevity of food production and in line with the company’s policy that intends to have a supply chain free from deforestation, we seek to establish partnerships with suppliers who are attentive to good agricultural practices and to the conservation of natural resources. The world needs more and more food and Brazil already produces a lot! Therefore, we have a duty to ensure that we can always produce better.
Regional Sourcing Manager at Viterra