INFO BRIEF Nº. 4 - TRACEABILITY AND CERTIFICATION IN THE LEATHER VALUE CHAIN
This publication shows that the certifications available for the leather industry in Brazil include traceability as an important requirement within their scope, although it is not mandatory, and that even if the foreign market is showing more maturity in this sense, there are signs from local companies that this topic is gaining in importance. For such, the availability and transparency of information throughout the production chain needs to be extended.
Click here to access the document: https://www.beefontrack.org/public/media/arquivos/1629130355-2021-imaflora-info_brief_4-ingles.pdf
Beef on Track Program records history in book
From Commitment to Action: the track of responsible beef in the Brazilian Amazon. This book creates a time line of the commitments adopted by the cattle-ranching chain since the end of the 2010s
Document about the monitoring of the cattle supply chain in the Cerrado is available on the website
The publication shows advances made by Voluntary Monitoring Protocol for Cattle Suppliers in the Cerrado, the current scenario when it comes to overlapping of private areas into public area e what actions need to be taken to implement an effective sectorial agreement and to promote a responsible cattle ranching chain.
Cattle Suppliers Series Episode 5: Indirect Suppliers: How to move forward in chain traceability?
The video directly addresses the monitoring program for suppliers and indirect suppliers in the livestock chain and issues related to transparency.