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Sustainability

WORK GROUPS AND ASSOCIATIONS

JBS is affiliated to food industry associations and unions and member of some of the main class entities and for promotion of Sustainability in the countries where it operates.

SUSTAINABLE LIVESTOCK BREEDING WORK GROUP (GTPS)

Logo GTPS The GTPS was created in late 2007 and formally established in July 2009. The Work Group is comprised of representatives from all value chain links in livestock breeding, such as breeders, industry, sector organizations, producers and associations, retailers, suppliers of consumables, financial institutions, civil society organizations, research centers and universities.

The main goal of the GTPS is to debate and develop principles, standards and common practices adopted by the industry, with the premise of cbuilding sustainable, fair, environmentally correct and economically feasible breeding. Based on our example, there currently are roundtables about sustainable breeding being created in other countries, such as United States, Colombia, Uruguay, Mexico, Australia, Argentina and Paraguay. Other roundtables have many activities in progress, such as the Global Roundtable and the Canadian Roundtable.

INSTITUTE ETHOS

Logo Ethos JBS signed the Pact of Companies for Integrity and Against Corruption, with the goal of disseminating good business practices and promoting a more honest and ethical market. In this Institute, JBS participates of work groups about topics related to ethics and integrity.

INSTITUTE NATIONAL PACT FOR THE END OF SLAVE LABOR

Logo Instituto Pacto The Institute National Pact for the End of Slave Labor (InPACTO) was created to strengthen and expand the actions executed by the 2005National Pact for Elimination of Slave Labor. Its mission is to promote the prevention and elimination of slave labor in Brazil in the production chains of domestic and international companies, through management of the National Pact for Elimination of Slave Labor.

LEATHER WORKING GROUP (LWG)

Logo Leather Working Group The goal of LWG, comprised of different parties involved, is to develop and maintain a protocol that assesses the environmental compliance and performance capacity of leather tanners and producers, in addition to promoting sustainable and adequate corporate environmental practices in the leather industry.

The group works in a transparent manner, involving suppliers, brands, retailers and technical experts in the leather industry, NGOs, academic institutions, and other stakeholder organizations.