Guide for Retailers: Developing an Effective Beef Procurement Policy
One of the first actions of the Program, on the Retail front, was for Imaflora, Abras and representatives of the sector to meet to develop and implement the Guide for Retailers: Developing an Effective Beef Procurement Policy with the support of public prosecutors, representatives of the beef companies and civil society organisations.
This document offers guidelines for organisations to create and implement their beef procurement policy, with commitments to monitor and evaluate their Amazon-based cattle suppliers, avoiding duplication of efforts and resources in the control and traceability of the beef sold, starting at the farm of origin of the cattle.
Click here to access the document: https://www.beefontrack.org/public/media/arquivos/1634218585-002_-_14.10.2021_-_guide_for_retailers_-_developing_an_effective_beef_procurement_policy_-_beef_on_track_-_imaflora_-_alt9.pdf
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