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Bunge Signs Agreement To Sell Its Margarine And Mayonnaise Assets In Brazil
Brazil's Jbs Says Potential Listing In The U.S. Does Not Aim To Reduce Tax - Filing
JBS USA Lux S.A. Announces Offering Of Senior Notes
JBS SA, formerly Friboi Ltda, is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the meat processing sector. The Company's activities are divided into three business segments: Beef, which operates slaughter, cold storage and meat processing facilities for the production of beef preservatives, fat, feed and derivate products; Chicken, which includes refrigerated poultry meat and meat cuts supplied to restaurant chains, food processors, distributors and supermarkets, among others, and Pork, which includes slaughters, processing, cold storage of pork meat products and by-products. Its products are distributed under various brand names, such as Friboi, Swift and Bertin. In addition, the Company is involved in the leather tanning, aluminum cans production, industrial waste management, soap, glycerin and biodiesel production, as well as transportation, among others. The Company operates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Argentina and Paraguay, among others.
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500,Bloco 3 - 3 andar, Vila Jaguara
Jeremiah Alphonsus O'Callaghan
Chairman of the Board
Jose Batista Sobrinho
Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board
Guilherme Perboyre Cavalcanti
Chief Financial Officer and Investor Relations Officer
Wesley Mendonca Batista Filho
President of JBS Operations in South America, Director
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Brazilian food processor JBS SA said on Monday it concluded the acquisition of the margarine and mayonnaise businesses from Bunge's local unit, according to a securities filing.
Brazil-based meat giant JBS SA <JBSS3.SA> on Wednesday reported a near nine-times increase in third-quarter net profit, beating market expectations, driven by strong demand at home as well as from the United States and China.
(This corrects paragraph 8 after FAIRR says the three worst performers, not two, are based in China and India in November 10 story.)
Higher grain costs are seen weighing on protein processors like BRF SA and JBS SA when they report third quarter results next week even as export markets stayed strong in the three-month period.
Shareholders in JBS SA on Friday cleared the way for the Brazilian food processor to sue its own controlling stakeholders and certain former managers, a rare victory for shareholder activism in Latin America's largest economy.
Livestock suppliers in Brazil are producing more while using less land, as concerns mount about straining natural resources to produce food to feed a growing world population, Gilberto Tomazoni, global chief executive of the world's largest meatpacker JBS SA <JBSS3.SA>,...
Brazil's J&F Investimentos, parent company of the world's largest meatpacker, JBS SA <JBSS3.SA>, pleaded guilty to U.S. foreign bribery charges and agreed to pay $128.25 million in criminal fines, prosecutors said on Wednesday.
U.S. poultry company Pilgrim's Pride Corp <PPC.O> said on Wednesday it will pay a $110.5 million fine after striking a plea deal with the Justice Department over price-fixing charges on chicken products.
Federal labor prosecutors in Brazil have filed a civil suit against food processor Seara Alimentos, a division of meatpacking giant JBS SA, accusing it of failing to protect workers from the coronavirus at two plants in the southern state of Santa Catarina, they said in...
Brazilian development bank BNDES is asking other JBS SA investors to support a class action suit against the meatpacker's executives and controlling shareholders seeking compensation for damages caused by a bribery scheme, according to a securities filing by JBS on Wednesday...
JBS SA, the world's top meatpacker, said on Wednesday it plans to combat destruction in the Amazon by monitoring its entire supply chain for deforestation by 2025, as pressure mounts from environmentalists and investors.
U.S. pork exports to China have surged beyond pre-trade war levels, led by higher shipments from Brazil's JBS SA and China's WH Group Ltd, owner of Smithfield Foods, according to Panjiva, the research unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence.
U.S. pork exports to China have surged beyond pre-trade war levels, led by higher shipments from Brazil's JBS SA <JBSS3.SA> and China's WH Group Ltd <0288.HK>, owner of Smithfield Foods, according to Panjiva, the research unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence.
JBS SA, the world's largest meatpacker, has vowed to keep the world fed during the coronavirus pandemic. Executives say the company has added more than 15,000 new workers in Brazil this year to crank out cuts of chicken, pork and beef, a lot of it for export. The meat giant's...
JBS SA, the world's largest meat company, said authorities are investigating the death of a worker at its beef plant in the town of Nova Andradina, Mato Grosso do Sul state, according to a statement sent to Reuters on Friday.
Brazilian labor prosecutors have sued JBS SA <JBSS3.SA> to compel the removal of workers at one of its chicken processing plants, asking the company to assess their health, and ultimately test them for the novel coronavirus, according to a statement on Tuesday.
A Brazilian court this week ordered JBS SA to impose a 1.5-meter (5-feet) distance between workers in the production line at its beef plant in Pontes e Lacerda to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, prosecutors told Reuters on Thursday.
Brazil's JBS SA is reviving plans to list shares on Wall Street after dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic's fallout, Chief Executive Officer Gilberto Tomazoni said on Friday, as the world's largest meatpacker reported strong quarterly results.
Brazil's JBS SA on Thursday posted second-quarter net profits nearly twice as high as the average of analysts' estimates, buoyed by a strong performance in its beef and pork divisions in the United States and at home.
Brazil-based JBS SA , the world's largest meat-packer, posted net profit of 3.378 billion reais ($629.3 million) in the second quarter, nearly doubling the average of analysts' estimates in a Refinitiv poll, according to an earnings release on Thursday.
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