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EU Deforestation Law: Brazil Cattle and Soy Traceability Feasibility and Costs, & Non-Compliance Risks for JBS, Marfrig, and Minerva

November 15, 2022

Chain Reaction Research held a webinar that covers the findings of two reports assessing the EU Deforestation Law and its impacts on stakeholders within Brazilian cattle and soy supply chains.

The first report assesses the viability and costs of implementing the law for soy and beef supply chains in Brazil. The results show that traceability within these supply chains is already feasible and the costs are not overly burdensome.

The second report looks at the deforestation footprint of Brazil’s largest meatpackers, JBS, Marfrig and Minerva, which would not be compliant with the law and assesses the financial risks of these activities. Watch to learn more about the results of our analysis, the future of these supply chains, and companies operating in high-risk markets as the world prepares for the EU law that will impose a new standard for addressing deforestation.

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