Seara Alimentos

6603 Oak Orchard Ct, Clinton, MD 20735

3

BPI
Financial Rating

3.8

BPI Stakeholder Rating

3.2

BPI Social Responsibility Rating

Why did the chicken cross the road? Probably because Seara Alimentos packed it up and shipped it there. One of Brazil’s largest meat processors, Seara Alimentos produces frozen, refrigerated, pre-cooked, and processed chicken and pork for the worldwide retail and wholesale food and foodservice markets. Its products include whole chickens, chicken cuts, sausage, pork smoked ham, cold cuts, salami, hot dogs, and frozen entrees. Founded in 1956, the company also operates a port terminal that has refrigerated-meat warehousing capacity. The US’s Cargill, which had owned Seara since 2005, sold it to the large Brazilian beef processor, Marfrig, in 2010 for about $900 million in cash and debt assumption.

3.3

Overall Excellence Rating

Industry

Farming Ranching & Forestry

Category

Food & Beverages

ESG/Ethical Impact

Seara Alimentos, as a major player in the food and meat processing industry, has a significant environmental impact, primarily related to its sourcing and processing of meat products. To promote environmental sustainability, the company can focus on responsible sourcing of meat from suppliers who adhere to sustainable farming and animal welfare practices. Implementing energy-efficient technologies in its processing facilities, reducing water usage, and minimizing waste generation can help reduce its carbon footprint. Additionally, Seara can explore sustainable packaging solutions to reduce plastic waste and implement strategies for responsible disposal of waste products. By adopting these measures, the company can lower its environmental impact and contribute to more sustainable meat production. In the social sphere, Seara Alimentos plays a critical role in providing food products that are essential for consumers. Ensuring food safety, quality, and affordability are vital aspects of their social impact. Seara can enhance its social impact by actively engaging in community initiatives, supporting educational programs on nutrition and food safety, and advocating for ethical treatment of workers throughout its supply chain. Collaborating with local communities, supporting small-scale farmers, and investing in sustainable sourcing practices can further strengthen their social impact. Strong governance practices are fundamental in the food processing industry, and Seara Alimentos’ governance impact is central to its operations. Ensuring compliance with food safety and quality regulations, maintaining transparency in labeling and product information, and upholding ethical conduct in business activities are core aspects of their governance impact. Ensuring the humane treatment of animals in the supply chain is also crucial. Upholding transparency, accountability, and safety measures is essential to build trust among customers, regulatory bodies, and communities, which is critical for the company’s long-term success. Seara can collaborate with regulatory agencies and industry organizations to ensure responsible and ethical practices within the food processing sector, further enhancing their governance impact.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$148,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3.9

Customer Rating

3.7

Company Size

10000+

ESG Risk Rating

3

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