BRF helps develop those communities in which we operate locally, reduce our social-environmental impact and disseminate sustainability throughout our production chain.
More than preserving the environment or creating jobs, we should stand out in the market and in the performance of our daily work based on guidelines, practices and actions that seek positive and simultaneous progress in economic-financial, environmental and social aspects. We seek the economic development of those communities in which we operate and we adopt a set of guidelines to garner respect for human rights and for the environment.Read more
Healthier habits make life more enjoyable. BRF not only supports sports through sponsorships and incentives for a more active life, but is also concerned about offering healthier products, stimulating good eating habits and following the main global trends in health and wellbeing.Read more
At BRF, we nourish our connections with families and communities that work with us to take strength and willingness around the world. Our goal is to ensure quality structures for communities around our operations.Read more
BRF wants to positively transform its entire global chain by acting even more ethically and responsibly. Its core activity is producing animal proteins, so animal welfare is naturally one of the great causes we advocate not only within our company, but also outside the BRF universe.Read more
In the last few years we have upheld the ambition of making BRF the most relevant and inspiring food company in the world, with a business model that values the final consumer, the strength of its brands and the hardiness of the chain of production. In this sense, BRF aligns its strategic, political and process goals to its sustainable principles, aiming to generate and maintain long-term value, reducing risk and negative impacts while creating positive impacts in and for the business.Read more
Our production model includes some stages, from the acquisition of grains and raw materials to the end consumer. Here, in this page, you will find some information about the procedures adopted by BRF to buy inputs such as soybeans, corn, and oils from farmers, cereal companies, cooperatives or trades. All these inputs are essential to manufacturing animal feed.Read more