Amaggi Group

Amaggi Group is one of the largest private producers of soybeans in the world. It's business spans across 4 areas: Amaggi Agro, Amaggi Commodities, Amaggi Logistics and Operation and Amaggi Energy. The first three focus on soy, corn and cotton value chains, while the energy sector focuses on hydro power. In Amaggi Agro, soy accounts for almost 70% of production volumes, while the production of all three agricultural products span over 270,000 hectares. Amaggi is also present in Argentina, the Netherlands, Paraguay, Norway, Switzerland and China, outside of its home market Brazil.

Baseline assessment


Started the journey


Started the journey

Social inclusion

Started the journey


Amaggi Group publicly discloses a number of commitments across all three dimensions. The company discloses commitments to high-risk commodities such as soya through its zero-deforestation progress report. It also discloses commitments to improve soil health and minimise fertiliser and pesticide use by implementing no-till practices, monitoring soil quality and adopting integrated pest management methods. While the company reports on its scope 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions, it is yet to set time-bound reduction targets. Furthermore, no evidence was found of commitments to minimise food loss and reduce plastic use and packaging waste. As an agricultural producer and trader, the company has less impact on nutrition issues compared to companies involved in the manufacturing of consumer products. It is committed to food safety through third-party certifications and internal audits but does not disclose a commitment to workforce nutrition. In the social inclusion dimension, the company is committed to eliminating child and forced labour in its supply chain and to improving the health and safety of its employees and workers. It also discloses its commitment to protect land tenure rights in its supply chain. However, it does not commit to paying a living wage or supporting smallholder productivity.

Food and Agriculture Benchmark

The Food and Agriculture Benchmark will assess 350 keystone companies on the issues underpinning the food system transformation agenda. The benchmark’s aim is to stimulate companies to apply sustainable business practices throughout their operations as well as use their influence to encourage value chain partners to do the same. WBA has organised the food and agriculture value chain into six sub-sectors. These sub-sectors are also reflected in the methodology framework.

Food and agriculture revenue
USD 4,740,000,000
Major subsidiaries
Consumer brands
Brevant, Nidera, Dekalb, Syngenta, TMG

Value chain sub-sectors

Other benchmarks

The company is also included in the following benchmarks developed by WBA and our Allies. These benchmarks help to deepen our understanding on key issues and industries.