COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS IN THE BEEF VALUE CHAIN: SETTING THE BAR TO CREATE THE VOLUNTARY PROTOCOL FOR MONITORING CATTLE SUPPLIERS IN THE CERRADO REGION – Draft 1 for consultation – July, 2021
The Cerrado biome has gained increasing visibility and importance in the public commitments of the beef supply chain. This study shows that most of the companies and non-governmental initiatives in this analysis have agreed not to convert the biome, however, there is a lack of alignment in the criteria and parameters used.
Click here to access the document: https://www.beefontrack.org/public/media/arquivos/1628706554-2021-imaflora-analise_protocolo_cerrado-ingles.pdf
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