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Viterra

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  • HQ Switzerland
  • ACTIVITIES Crushing, Storing, Trading, Refined oil production
  • ULTIMATE PARENT Glencore Plc
  • FINANCING AND OWNERSHIP
33.5
Poor
TOTAL SCORE OUT OF 100
15.5 OF 30 (51.67%)
15.5
Set and strengthen goals
13 OF 33 (39.39%)
13
Implement ethical supply chains
0.5 OF 20 (2.5%)
0.5
Report progress
1.5 OF 11 (13.64%)
1.5
Increase transparency
3 OF 6 (50%)
3
Collaborate for change
15.5

Set and strengthen goals

Out of 30
+1 BONUS
4.5

Protection of forests and other natural ecosystems

Out of 16
+0 BONUS
2
Out of 2
Existence of public deforestation/conversion commitments
Does the company have a public commitment to 100% no-conversion production/sourcing (as defined by AFi), regardless of market demand?
  • Yes1 Public zero conversion/conversion-free/zero gross conversion (no conversion of natural ecosystems anywhere) commitment, aligned with AFi definition of DCF
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1We have committed in 2019 publicly to eradicate D&C from our soy supply chains. New policy is attached and will be public over the next weeks. "We are committed to eradicating Deforestation and Conversion of Natural Ecosystems from our soy supply chains. We will not source soy from suppliers traceable-to-origin that show Deforestation or Conversion of Natural Ecosystems after December 2025. We continue to increase our share of soy that is traceable-to-origin." - a public commitment for conversion from South American soy

1
Out of 6
Cutoff dates
Do deforestation/conversion commitments specify a clear cutoff date? Is it aligned with AF guidance? Where existing regional commodity/sector cutoff dates exist, are those followed?
  • Amazon Yes1 2008
  • Cerrado No No cut-off date for this biome
  • Gran Chaco No No cut-off date for this biome
  • Pampas No No cut-off date for this biome
  • Chiquitania Yes Company does not source from this biome
  • Espinal No No cut-off date for this biome
  • Pantanal No No cut-off date for this biome
  • Danube Delta No No cut-off date for this biome
  • Northern Great Plains Yes Company does not source from this biome
  • Global (all other biomes) No No cut-off date for this biome
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1As per Soy Moratorium Pact

1
Out of 2
Deforestation/conversion – Scope of commitments
Do deforestation/conversion commitments include a clear definition of the scope to which they are applicable?
  • All operations, all subsidiaries, all divisions and import markets No1 No, some exceptions
  • All types of soy traded (soybeans, soybean meal and soybean oil) Yes2 Yes, all included
  • All regions/biomes Yes3 Yes, all included
  • All direct and indirect suppliers No4 No, some exceptions
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1This policy applies to all of Viterra’s soybean related activities in South America where we have a responsibility to set sustainability policies and standards across soy supply chains including asset and logistics operations and marketing activities. It also extends to our commodity suppliers.

  • 2"To protect the environment, we believe this demand should be met from higher yields and efficient supply chains rather than greater use of land. We are working collaboratively with producers and suppliers along our supply chains to eradicate deforestation, increase sustainability and protect high carbon stock forests, valuable conservation areas and peatlands from uncontrolled expansion. We are a member of the Round Table of Responsible Soy (RTRS) and a long-term participant in the Amazon Soy Moratorium. We work with fellow industry members, producers, governments and organisations to eliminate deforestation. Deforestation has reduced significantly since the start of the Moratorium, and we are working towards full elimination. We collaborate with the members of the Soft Commodity Forum to achieve this goal and to provide traceability and transparency to stakeholders."

  • 3"To protect the environment, we believe this demand should be met from higher yields and efficient supply chains rather than greater use of land. We are working collaboratively with producers and suppliers along our supply chains to eradicate deforestation, increase sustainability and protect high carbon stock forests, valuable conservation areas and peatlands from uncontrolled expansion. We are a member of the Round Table of Responsible Soy (RTRS) and a long-term participant in the Amazon Soy Moratorium. We work with fellow industry members, producers, governments and organisations to eliminate deforestation. Deforestation has reduced significantly since the start of the Moratorium, and we are working towards full elimination. We collaborate with the members of the Soft Commodity Forum to achieve this goal and to provide traceability and transparency to stakeholders."

  • 4"To protect the environment, we believe this demand should be met from higher yields and efficient supply chains rather than greater use of land. We are working collaboratively with producers and suppliers along our supply chains to eradicate deforestation, increase sustainability and protect high carbon stock forests, valuable conservation areas and peatlands from uncontrolled expansion. We are a member of the Round Table of Responsible Soy (RTRS) and a long-term participant in the Amazon Soy Moratorium. We work with fellow industry members, producers, governments and organisations to eliminate deforestation. Deforestation has reduced significantly since the start of the Moratorium, and we are working towards full elimination. We collaborate with the members of the Soft Commodity Forum to achieve this goal and to provide traceability and transparency to stakeholders."

0.5
Out of 3
Achievement date
How quickly has the company committed to achieving its deforestation/conversion commitments?
  • Yes1 2025
  • When was this target/date last reviewed or updated? Yes 12/1/2020
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1We have committed in 2019 publicly to eradicate D&C from our soy supply chains. New policy is attached and will be public over the next weeks. "We are committed to eradicating Deforestation and Conversion of Natural Ecosystems from our soy supply chains. We will not source soy from suppliers traceable-to-origin that show Deforestation or Conversion of Natural Ecosystems after December 2025. We continue to increase our share of soy that is traceable-to-origin." - a public commitment for conversion from South American soy

0
Out of 3
Interim targets and milestones
Do the company's commitments to eliminate deforestation and conversion specify time-bound targets and milestones?
  • No No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
7

Respect for human rights

Out of 8
+0 BONUS
2
Out of 2
Existence of public human rights commitment
Does the company have a public commitment to respect internationally recognized human rights (including workers, indigenous peoples and local communities) and ensure this respect equally for all persons and groups?
  • Yes1 Yes: International Bill of Human Rights, Core UN human rights treaties, International Labour Organization (ILO), UN Guiding Principles
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1"In our dealings with our business partners, including contractors, suppliers and joint venture partners, we encourage them to respect our standards of conduct [...] The policy is developed in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Core Conventions on Labour Standards, the Equator Principles, and the United Nations (UN) Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights [...] We do not tolerate any form of workplace discrimination, harassment or physical assault, or any form of child, forced, or compulsory labour [...] Werespect the rights of our employees and contractors, including the freedom of association and collective bargaining." "We expect our suppliers to: Respect human rights and the UN Guiding Principles demonstrated by policies and processes appropriate to their circumstances"

2
Out of 2
Human rights - Scope of commitments
Do human rights commitments include a clear definition of the scope to which they are applicable?
  • All operations, all subsidiaries, all divisions and import markets Yes1 Yes, all included
  • All types of soy traded (soybeans, soybean meal and soybean oil) Yes2 Yes, all included
  • All regions/biomes Yes3 Yes, all included
  • All direct and indirect suppliers Yes4 Yes, all included
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1"Across all our assets and offices, as a minimum, we comply with standards set by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles. We have zero tolerance towards any form of workplace discrimination, forced labour, child labour, physical assault or harassment within our workplace."

  • 2"Across all our assets and offices, as a minimum, we comply with standards set by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles. We have zero tolerance towards any form of workplace discrimination, forced labour, child labour, physical assault or harassment within our workplace."

  • 3"Across all our assets and offices, as a minimum, we comply with standards set by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles. We have zero tolerance towards any form of workplace discrimination, forced labour, child labour, physical assault or harassment within our workplace."

  • 4"Across all our assets and offices, as a minimum, we comply with standards set by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles. We have zero tolerance towards any form of workplace discrimination, forced labour, child labour, physical assault or harassment within our workplace."

1
Out of 2
Human rights - FPIC
Does the company commit to or have a supplier policy that requires suppliers to secure the Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) of potentially affected Indigenous peoples and/or local communities before acquiring new interests in land or resources, new developments or expansions?
  • Yes1 Yes, just for our operations
  • Is the company's FPIC commitment or policy fully aligned with key elements of an effective FPIC process outlined in the Accountability Framework? No No or unsure
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1This data has been pre-filled with Forest 500 data, from your public reporting. Please update if you have more recent or more relevant information. "We recognise the unique relationship of the indigenous peoples with the environment in which they live, and commit to an engagement process that is based on good faith negotiations and is consistent with traditional decision making processes. This process is aligned with the principles of Free, Prior and Informed Consent for Indigenous Peoples"

2
Out of 2
FPIC - Scope of commitments
Does the FPIC commitments include a clear definition of the scope to which they are applicable?
  • All operations, all subsidiaries, all divisions and import markets Yes1 Yes, all included
  • All types of soy traded (soybeans, soybean meal and soybean oil) Yes2 Yes, all included
  • All regions/biomes Yes3 Yes, all included
  • All direct and indirect suppliers Yes4 Yes, all included
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1"We recognise the unique relationship of the indigenous peoples with the environment in which they live, and commit to an engagement process that is based on good faith negotiations and is consistent with traditional decision making processes. This process is aligned with the principles of Free, Prior and Informed Consent for Indigenous Peoples"

  • 2"We recognise the unique relationship of the indigenous peoples with the environment in which they live, and commit to an engagement process that is based on good faith negotiations and is consistent with traditional decision making processes. This process is aligned with the principles of Free, Prior and Informed Consent for Indigenous Peoples"

  • 3"We recognise the unique relationship of the indigenous peoples with the environment in which they live, and commit to an engagement process that is based on good faith negotiations and is consistent with traditional decision making processes. This process is aligned with the principles of Free, Prior and Informed Consent for Indigenous Peoples"

  • 4"We recognise the unique relationship of the indigenous peoples with the environment in which they live, and commit to an engagement process that is based on good faith negotiations and is consistent with traditional decision making processes. This process is aligned with the principles of Free, Prior and Informed Consent for Indigenous Peoples"

4

Traceability

Out of 6
+1 BONUS
2
Out of 2
Traceability
Has the company made a commitment to traceability of the soy it sources? To what level of traceability does the company commit?
  • Yes1 Commitment to traceability to farm polygon
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1We want to have full traceability of our soy supply chain of our direct and indirect supplies, especially in the mentioned High Risk Areas. - We will have full traceability to the municipality-of-origin for all supplies by December 2023. - We will have traceability to farm-of-origin in High Risk Areas for Direct supplies by December 2025. - We will increase the share of all Direct soy supplies gradually to 80% in December 2027 with known farm registration and farm boundaries. - We will integrate our procurement control systems with satellite monitoring databases, Prodes deforestation data and supported by a geographic information system to be able to monitor land use change and land conversion from our contracted suppliers in an integrated way. These systems should be operational in 2024.

1.5
Out of 2
Traceability - Scope of commitments
Do the company's traceability commitments include a clear definition of the scope to which they are applicable?
  • All operations, all subsidiaries, all divisions and import markets No1 No, some exceptions
  • All types of soy traded (soybeans, soybean meal and soybean oil) Yes2 Yes, all included
  • All regions/biomes Yes3 Yes, all included
  • All direct and indirect suppliers Yes4 Yes, all included
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1Municipality - All of South-America. Farm polygon - to Cerrado and GranChaco

  • 2It is under construction/implementation - traceability to farm/polygon level

  • 3Municipality - All of South-America. Farm polygon - to Cerrado and GranChaco

  • 4We want to have full traceability of our soy supply chain of our direct and indirect supplies, especially in the mentioned High Risk Areas.

0.5
Out of 2
Traceability - Achievement date
How quickly has the company committed to achieving its traceability commitments?
  • Yes 2025
  • When was this target/date last reviewed or updated? Yes 12/1/2020
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
13

Implement ethical supply chains

Out of 33
+0 BONUS
1.5

Company systems and processes

Out of 2
+0 BONUS
1
Out of 1
Board oversight
Does the company’s board have a committee or is there a high-level management position that is formally focused on deforestation/ conversion-related issues?
  • Yes1 Yes - both
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1"Progress is monitored by our Health, Safety, Environment and Communities committee, the Group sustainability team and relevant business leads to keep it in line with the needs of our business."

0
Out of 0
Executive compensation
Does the company link executive compensation to deforestation-related issues?
  • No No
  • What is the percentage of pay at risk? N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
0.5
Out of 1
Grievance mechanism
Does the company have grievance mechanisms in place to identify and remedy adverse social and environmental impacts linked to their operations and/or supply chain? What is the nature of the grievance mechanism used by the company (own mechanism, that of external entity, etc.)?
  • Yes1 Yes
  • Is it publicly available to all stakeholders? Yes2 Yes
  • Is there a description of the process and procedures that are followed when a grievance is raised? Yes3 Yes
  • Are grievances and responses or resolutions published? No No
  • What is the nature of the grievance mechanism used by the company (own mechanism, external entity, etc.)? Yes4 Viterra Raising Concerns Programme
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1This data has been pre-filled with Forest 500 data, from your public reporting. Please update if you have more recent or more relevant information. "We encourage our suppliers to ensure their workforce and associated communities have access to grievance mechanisms for the confidential raising of concerns without fear of retaliation. Everybody working for Glencore (including suppliers) must promptly raise any situations in which the Glencore Code of Conduct, its underlying policies, including these Supplier Standards, or the law appears to be breached with a supervisor or manager, or with a local procurement contact. We also encourage other stakeholders who have concerns to raise them with the relevant site. Where a concern remains unresolved through these local channels, or should an employee, contractor, supplier or other stakeholder, for whatever reason and at any time, feel uncomfortable utilising the local channels to resolve their concerns, the concern can be raised via Glencore’s ‘Raising Concerns’ web platform at glencore.com/raising-concerns/. The website allows any stakeholder to raise concerns on an anonymous basis."

  • 2This data has been pre-filled with Forest 500 data, from your public reporting. Please update if you have more recent or more relevant information. "We encourage our suppliers to ensure their workforce and associated communities have access to grievance mechanisms for the confidential raising of concerns without fear of retaliation. Everybody working for Glencore (including suppliers) must promptly raise any situations in which the Glencore Code of Conduct, its underlying policies, including these Supplier Standards, or the law appears to be breached with a supervisor or manager, or with a local procurement contact. We also encourage other stakeholders who have concerns to raise them with the relevant site. Where a concern remains unresolved through these local channels, or should an employee, contractor, supplier or other stakeholder, for whatever reason and at any time, feel uncomfortable utilising the local channels to resolve their concerns, the concern can be raised via Glencore’s ‘Raising Concerns’ web platform at glencore.com/raising-concerns/. The website allows any stakeholder to raise concerns on an anonymous basis."

  • 3The process is simple. To raise a concern using Viterra's secure web platform, individuals may visit https://viterra.raisingconcerns.org and click on the “Raise a Concern” button. For most countries, telephone numbers are also available to make a report. These relevant telephone numbers can be found at the above web address.

  • 4This data has been pre-filled with Forest 500 data, from your public reporting. Please update if you have more recent or more relevant information. "We encourage our suppliers to ensure their workforce and associated communities have access to grievance mechanisms for the confidential raising of concerns without fear of retaliation. Everybody working for Glencore (including suppliers) must promptly raise any situations in which the Glencore Code of Conduct, its underlying policies, including these Supplier Standards, or the law appears to be breached with a supervisor or manager, or with a local procurement contact. We also encourage other stakeholders who have concerns to raise them with the relevant site. Where a concern remains unresolved through these local channels, or should an employee, contractor, supplier or other stakeholder, for whatever reason and at any time, feel uncomfortable utilising the local channels to resolve their concerns, the concern can be raised via Glencore’s ‘Raising Concerns’ web platform at glencore.com/raising-concerns/. The website allows any stakeholder to raise concerns on an anonymous basis."

0.5

Supply chain assessment

Out of 2
+0 BONUS
0.5
Out of 1
Risk assessment and due diligence
Does the company conduct risk assessments related to deforestation/conversion risk? Are the results of the assessments made publicly available?
  • Yes1 Yes, covering part (but not all) of the soy produced and sourced by the company
  • Are the results published? Yes2 Yes
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1Supplier due diligence in our soy supply chains Glencore Agriculture has fully incorporated the SIMFaz farm monitoring system in to our soy procurement operations in Brazil. The Agrosatellite system com bines several up-to-date sources on environmental, social and legal issues and includes embargoes of the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources, the Amazon Protection System and the Amazon Soy Moratorium. Other indicators can also be analysed, including labour conditions analogous to slavery. Suppliers who do not meet the minimum requirements identified by the SIMFaz database are flagged within our system. A deeper analysis is carried out, after which we are able to guide the supplier on how to improve the sustainability of their business.

  • 2Through our Sustainability Report, yearly

0
Out of 1
Compliance with applicable laws
Does the company conduct assessments to ensure that their operations and supply chains comply with all applicable laws?
  • No No
  • Do these assessments include potential future changes to regulatory frameworks? No No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
12

Managing for supply chain compliance

Out of 19
+0 BONUS
2
Out of 2
Embedded into decision-making
Has the company embedded its commitment to deforestation or conversion free soy into decision-making processes and systems? Specifically, has the company set a policy or process for trading desks and procurement teams to assess compliance? Do trade desks and procurement managers have a list of companies that are excluded or need to be assessed more carefully due to their involvement in deforestation/conversion?
  • Does the company have a policy or process for procurement teams and trading desks to assess compliance against its commitments and include that in decision-making? Yes1 Yes
  • Do trade desks and procurement managers have a list of non-compliant suppliers that should be excluded due to their involvement in deforestation? Yes2 Yes
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1All the lists of non compliant suppliers are available to our sourcing team plus our systems carries these lists automatically, avoiding any kind of mistake that buyers could do. We have a Responsible Soy Policy where is stated all requirements to ou commercial team such as: Not sourcing from IBAMA embargoed areas (hole farm and 100km in geospacial perimeter; Not buying from producers/areas included on the Soy Moratorium list and Green Grain Protocol state of Pará list; Not buying from suppliers/areas involved with slave-like labour; Not source from indigenous land;

  • 2All the lists of non compliant suppliers are available to our sourcing team plus our systems carries these lists automatically, avoiding any kind of mistake that buyers could do. They have access to the Soy Moratorium, Green Grain Protocol of State of Pará, Slave-like Labour and IBAMA's list. Also we have SIMFAZ from Agrosatelite. An online and integrated socioenviromental compliance tool that cross check CPF/CNPJ/CAR information in each negotiation, blocking the irregular ones automatically.

2
Out of 2
Operations and supplier engagement: thresholds
Does the company have specific thresholds/triggers for supplier suspension in case of non-compliance?
  • Yes1 Yes
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1In case suppliers doesn't fill our socioenvironmental requirements they are automatically blocked in all our backoffice tools. Please see SR page 15

0
Out of 5
Operations and supplier engagement: time-bound plans
Does the company set time-bound action plans for non-compliant operations and suppliers in order to address and remedy non-compliance?
  • No No, action plan is not time-bound
  • If yes, does the company sets time-bound action plans for farm-level suppliers, including indirect suppliers? No No, action plan is not time-bound
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
2
Out of 2
Engagement with non-compliant suppliers
Does the company offer support to its suppliers to help them achieve compliance with commitments? What percentage of the company's supply chain volume are represented by suppliers currently in receiving that support?
  • Yes1 Technical support
  • Type of support: Yes2 3
  • How many of the company's suppliers are currently receiving this support? Yes3 0
  • What percentage of the company's volume is represented by suppliers that are supported? No4 N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1We offer technical support regularizing issues with Environmental Agencies regarding instructions to what to do. Also if the producer is on the Soy Moratorium or Green Grain Protocol lists we intermediate the resolution between suppliers/NGOs/ANEC and ABIOVE.

  • 23 suppliers are currently blacklisted and receiving support in order to resume supplying

  • 3We do not source from suppliers that are not compliant with our socioenvironmental requirements until they get 100% regularized

  • 4N/A

0
Out of 0
Supporting expansion of soy on cleared land
Does the company provide technical and/or financial support to soy producers to encourage expansion of soy on already cleared land?
  • No No
  • How many producers are currently receiving this support? N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
4
Out of 4
Environmental and social impact assessments
Does the company conduct or facilitate (or require suppliers to conduct or facilitate) environmental and social impact assessments for new site development or land acquisition?
  • Does the company conduct environmental and social impact assessments for any new site development or land acquisition conducted by the company? Yes1 An ESIA has been carried out as part of the land use planning process for 100% of production units
  • Are suppliers required to conduct environmental and social impact assessments for new site development or land acquisition? Yes2 Company requires suppliers to conduct or facilitate ESIAs for new site development or land acquisition
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1We hire a third-part company that can develop/audit this work

  • 2We instruct our suppliers to hire a third-part company that can develop/audit this work

2
Out of 4
Remediation and restoration
Does the company provide remedy to (or require and support all suppliers that own or manage land to provide remedy to) any harms in case of negative social impacts associated with the company's prior actions or land management practices and/or restore any land converted after the cut off date?
  • For company-owned or managed land: Does the company provide remedy to social impacts? Yes1 Company does not own or manage land
  • For company-owned or managed land: Does the company restore land deforested after the cut off date? Yes2 Company does not own or manage land
  • For suppliers: Are suppliers required to provide remedy to social impacts? No No
  • For suppliers: Are suppliers required to restore land converted after the cutoff date? No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1Viterra does not have any own land for soy production

  • 2Viterra does not have any own land for soy production

0

Supplier requirements

Out of 4
+0 BONUS
0
Out of 4
Supplier commitment requirements
Does the company require that suppliers have commitments to (1) zero deforestation and conversion (2) respect human rights?
  • Zero deforestation and conversion commitment No No
  • Human rights commitment covering both workers rights and rights of Indigenous peoples and local communities No No
  • Commitment to respect FPIC of local communities No No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
1

Monitoring and verification

Out of 6
+0 BONUS
0
Out of 1
Direct supplier monitoring
Does the company monitor direct suppliers (e.g., soy producers) against deforestation and conversion requirements?
  • No1 Monitoring on ad-hoc basis
  • Are results made publicly available? No2 No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1The Simfaz tool is programmed to send us alerts if any of our direct/indirect suppliers with valid contracts gets involved with socioenvironmental issues.

  • 2We carry out yearly internal audits

0
Out of 1
Indirect supplier monitoring
Does the company monitor intermediaries (e.g. aggregators, other traders, brokers, silo owners, cooperatives, etc.)?
  • Yes1 Monitoring on ad-hoc basis
  • Are results made publicly available? No2 No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1The Simfaz tool is programmed to send us alerts if any of our direct/indirect suppliers with valid contracts gets involved with socioenvironmental issues.

  • 2We carry out yearly internal audits

0
Out of 1
Indirect supplier monitoring – farms of origin
Does the company monitor intermediaries' farms of origin (e.g. original producers of soy purchased by intermediaries) against its deforestation and conversion requirements?
  • Yes1 Monitoring on ad-hoc basis
  • Are results made publicly available? No2 No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1The Simfaz tool is programmed to send us alerts if any of our direct/indirect suppliers with valid contracts gets involved with socioenvironmental issues.

  • 2We carry out yearly internal audits

1
Out of 3
Quality of monitoring protocols
Have civil society organisations participated in the development of the protocols? Are monitoring protocols made publicly available? Are supplier monitoring reports/outcomes third-party verified?
  • Have civil society organizations participated in the development of monitoring protocols? Yes1 Yes
  • Are monitoring protocols made publicly available? No No
  • Are supplier monitoring reports/outcomes third-party verified? No2 No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1Yes. We built our Responsible Soy System in partnership with Proforest working as a consultant.

  • 2We are audited by third-part anually for Soy Moratorium and Green Grain Protocol

0.5

Report progress

Out of 20
+0 BONUS
0.5

Outcomes: deforestation and conversion

Out of 15
+0 BONUS
0.5
Out of 8
Compliance with deforestation and conversion commitments: reporting
Has the company reported on progress on commitment implementation in 2019 or 2020?
  • Yes1 Publicly reported for part of volumes sourced/produced
  • In the latest reporting cycle, what percentage of soy volume in the company's operations or supply chain was compliant with no deforestation/conversion standards? Yes2 0
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1This data has been pre-filled with Forest 500 data, from your public reporting. Please update if you have more recent or more relevant information. Stated in 2018 RTRS report

  • 2This data has been pre-filled with Forest 500 data, from your public reporting. Please update if you have more recent or more relevant information.

0
Out of 4
Compliance with deforestation and conversion commitments: verification
How is this compliance percentage calculated?
  • Yes1 Internal verification
  • Is the company's progress reporting independently verified? N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1Calculation methods not reported

0
Out of 3
Exposure to deforestation risk in South America
How exposed is the company to deforestation risk in South America?
  • Brazil Yes 4,710 hectares
  • Bolivien N/A
  • Argentina Yes 262 hectares
  • Paraguay N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
0

Outcomes: traceability

Out of 5
+0 BONUS
0
Out of 3
Compliance with traceability commitments - reporting
Does the company publicly report on traceability of its soy supply chains? What percentage of soy in the company's supply chain is traceable to the country of origin? To a sub-national origin (e.g. state or municipality)? To the farm?
  • No Not publicly reported
  • Percentage traceable to second-level jurisdiction (e.g. municipality level) N/A
  • Percentage traceable to farm N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
0
Out of 2
Compliance with traceability commitments - verification
How is this compliance percentage calculated? Is the company's progress reporting independently verified?
  • No No verification
  • Calculation methods N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
1.5

Increase transparency

Out of 11
+0 BONUS
0

Company information and exposure

Out of 8
+0 BONUS
0
Out of 3
Volumes and sourcing area
Does the company disclose volumes of soybeans purchased annually? Are they disaggregated by country and by biome/subnational sourcing area?
  • No No, company does not report this information
  • Total volume N/A
  • Brazil: Cerrado N/A
  • Brazil: Amazon N/A
  • Brazil: Matopiba N/A
  • Brazil: Pantanal N/A
  • Brazil: Atlantic Forest N/A
  • Argentina: Gran Chaco N/A
  • Argentina: Pampa N/A
  • Argentina: Espinal N/A
  • Paraguay: Gran Chaco N/A
  • Paraguay: Atlantic Forest N/A
  • Bolivia: Chiquitania N/A
  • Bolivia: Amazon N/A
  • US: Northern Great Plains N/A
  • Europe: Danube Delta N/A
  • Others N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
0
Out of 1
Volumes produced on own farms/direct sourced/third-party sourced
Does the company disclose proportion of soy produced on own farms, sourced from producers or sourced from other third-party suppliers in 2019 or 2020?
  • Produced on own farms No No, company does not report this information
  • Sourced directly from producers N/A
  • Sourced from other third-party suppliers N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
0
Out of 1
Company operations
Does the company publicly disclose the location of company-owned processing facilities?
  • No No, company does not report this information
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
0
Out of 3
Supplier and farm of origin list
Does the company disclose the identity and/or location of its direct and indirect suppliers, and of all farms of origin?
  • For direct suppliers No No, company does not report this information
  • For indirect suppliers No No, company does not report this information
  • Farm of origin No No, company does not report this information
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
0.5

Certification

Out of 1
+0 BONUS
0.5
Out of 1
Certification
What percentage of soy used, produced or traded by the company is certified? Which certification schemes and models (e.g. identity preserved, segregated, mass balance, book and claim) are used? If the company has its own certification scheme, is it made publicly available?
  • Certification scheme Yes RTRS
  • Certified volume under credits N/A
  • Certified volume mass balance N/A
  • Certified volume segregated N/A
  • Total certified volume N/A
  • Total certified volume as percentage of all volumes N/A
  • If the company has its own certification scheme, is it made publicly available? No1 No
  • Traceability process N/A
  • Supplier requirements N/A
  • Cutoff date N/A
  • Are at least 50% of volumes sourced under either identity preserved or segregated chain of custody models? N/A
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1No, it is under development

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Policy advocacy

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Political Disclosures
Does the company disclose all of its political contributions and campaign expenditures at all jurisdictional levels?
  • No No
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Advocacy
Does the company actively advocate for regulatory frameworks that enable progress towards soy supply chains free of deforestation, conversion, and human rights abuses?
  • No No
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
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Survey Response

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Response
Did the company respond to the scorecard survey?
  • Yes Yes
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
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Collaborate for change

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Collaborate for change

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Collaboration in producer countries
Is the company a member of biome-specific working groups to tackle deforestation and conversion for soy (and other commodities) in the biomes it sources from?
  • Yes1 Yes
  • Initiatives Yes GTS / GTS Indiretos / GTC / ANEC - ABIOVE Sustainability Committee / SCF
COMMENTS AND DETAILS
  • 1GTS / GTS Indiretos / GTC / ANEC - ABIOVE Sustainability Committee / SCF

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Collaboration in import markets
Is the company a member of initiatives in import markets that advocate for zero deforestation and conversion in soy supply chains (or across commodities)?
  • No No
  • Initiatives N/A
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