BRAZILIAN BEEF
    Profile
Overview on Brazilian
A INDÚSTRIA DA CARNE

       Beef Industry
    Cattle herd
     Cattle herd            195 million
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Brazilian
Environment
Remaining Areas of
            Original Biomes in Brazil


Amazon:          84,98%

Caatinga:        62,76%

Cerrado:     ...
Livestock per Municipality
Production Costs
US$ per 100kg carcass weight
Carro de boi, interior de SP
          1916
Livestock per Municipality
Brazilian Livestock per Region %




Livestock 1974:     +/-
                    +/- 100 million
          2008:     +/-
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Brazil’
Brazil’s Rain
  Seasons
Green mass production in tropical weather

        80%          20%           80%
Animal Production on
 Intensified Systems
Livestock price cycle


                  Boi gordo em R$/@ corrigidos pelo IGP-DI em SP a partir de
                     ...
Brazilian Beef Production


10.000
 9.000
 8.000
 7.000
 6.000
 5.000
 4.000
 3.000
 2.000
 1.000
   -
         1994   199...
90’
Beef Trade Flows 90’s
Beef Exports
2,5


2,0                                                                        Brazil


1,5
               ...
00’
Beef Trade Flows 00’s
Brazilian Beef Exports
                       USD Million
                                                  + 20%         ...
Brazilian Beef Exports
                         Fresh 2009


                                   OTHER 18%
             SAU...
Brazilian Beef Exports
                   Processed 2009

                 PUERTO RICO
                     2%         OTH...
Financial Crisis Impact

                           Main markets of Fresh Beef Evolution
                                 ...
Financial Crisis Impact
                      Trends
                    Fusions and Acquisitions


+                     ...
Financial Crisis Impact
                                                  Trends
                                         ...
Trends in the Beef Production:
         Associations
Future Perspectives

• In 2007 the world’s urban population
surpassed the rural population

• In 2050, the world populatio...
The State of Food and
        Agriculture

“Food production must
expand by 70% in the world
and double in developing
count...
Meat Consumption and GDP
Future Challenges
Political
       Opening new markets
       Negotiations at OMC
       Protectionism

Sanitary
      Foo...
FMD Map 2009




Free zone without vaccination
(Santa Catarina)

Free zone with vaccination


Alert Zone


Not free zone
Traceability

                CRIA




     MERCADOC


                        RECRIA


     MERCADOC

                   ...
Exchange Rate
                 R$ x US$
                2005-
                2005-2010




2005   2006        2007   2008...
Deforestation
Productivity Evolution

                                             Livestock X Pasture area

          180.000.000      ...
Greenhouse Gases Emissions
Reduction on CH4 emissions between 1988 and 2007
    % of emissions reduction of CH4/kg of beef...
TECHNOLOGY                                    Artificial
      AND BEEF                                  insemination
    ...
Productivity

BRAZIL            1975       2007

Meat Production   2,16       7,05       + 227%
Million ton

Pasture area ...
Productivity

MATO GROSSO          2000           2008

Livestock             18             26           + 44,4%
Million ...
LAND USE
     SOIL DISTRIBUTION
      (Million hectares)
Amazon Rain Forest                  350   41%
Native and Cultivat...
Suppliers control

Brazilian slaughterhouses are
selecting suppliers using strict criteria
on sustainability.

If you buy ...
ABIEC Associates



                          R




Selected Brazilian Beef
Gracias!
Fernando Sampaio
Sustainability Coordinator

fernando@abiec.com.br
www.abiec.com.br
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  1. 1. BRAZILIAN BEEF Profile
  2. 2. Overview on Brazilian A INDÚSTRIA DA CARNE Beef Industry Cattle herd Cattle herd 195 million 195 million Anual slaughtering Anual slaughtering 44 million 44 million Industrial units Industrial units 1.100 plants 1.100 plants
  3. 3. Brazilian Environment
  4. 4. Remaining Areas of Original Biomes in Brazil Amazon: 84,98% Caatinga: 62,76% Cerrado: 60,41% Pantanal: 86,77% Atlantic For.: 26,77% Pampas: 41,36% Remaining area of original forests in Europe: 0,3%
  5. 5. Livestock per Municipality
  6. 6. Production Costs US$ per 100kg carcass weight
  7. 7. Carro de boi, interior de SP 1916
  8. 8. Livestock per Municipality
  9. 9. Brazilian Livestock per Region % Livestock 1974: +/- +/- 100 million 2008: +/- +/- 200 million
  10. 10. Brazil’ Brazil’s Rain Seasons
  11. 11. Green mass production in tropical weather 80% 20% 80%
  12. 12. Animal Production on Intensified Systems
  13. 13. Livestock price cycle Boi gordo em R$/@ corrigidos pelo IGP-DI em SP a partir de 1996 Anos de preços altos Anos de preços baixos 100,00 95,00 90,00 85,00 80,00 75,00 70,00 65,00 60,00 55,00 abr/96 out/96 abr/97 out/97 abr/98 out/98 abr/99 out/99 abr/00 out/00 abr/01 out/01 abr/02 out/02 abr/03 out/03 abr/04 out/04 abr/05 out/05 abr/06 out/06 abr/07 out/07 abr/08 out/08 abr/09 out/09 Fonte: Scot Consultoria – www.scotconsultoria.com.br - twitter.com/scotconsultoria
  14. 14. Brazilian Beef Production 10.000 9.000 8.000 7.000 6.000 5.000 4.000 3.000 2.000 1.000 - 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009** Série1 5.200 5.400 6.045 5.820 6.040 6.270 6.650 6.900 7.300 7.700 8.350 8.776 9.053 9.297 9.000 9.180 Thousand TON CWE Source: CNPC
  15. 15. 90’ Beef Trade Flows 90’s
  16. 16. Beef Exports 2,5 2,0 Brazil 1,5 Australia 1,0 USA Argentina 0,5 Canada UE-27 0,0 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Millions TON CWE Source: USDA
  17. 17. 00’ Beef Trade Flows 00’s
  18. 18. Brazilian Beef Exports USD Million + 20% - 24% + 28% 6.000 5.325 5.000 4.425 3.924 4.116 4.000 3.060 3.000 2.525 2.000 1.590 1.000 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Product 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 FRESH BEEF 1.155 1.963 2.419 3.135 3.486 4.006 3.022 PROCESSED 338 447 525 654 694 853 649 OTHERS 97 115 116 135 245 466 445 TOTAL 1.590 2.525 3.060 3.924 4.425 5.325 4.116 Source: MDIC
  19. 19. Brazilian Beef Exports Fresh 2009 OTHER 18% SAUDI ARABIA 3% RUSSIA NETHERLANDS 3% 910.651 31% LEBANON 3% ITALY IRAN 118.544 335.352 HONG KONG 4% ALGERIA EGYPT 11% VENEZUELA 316.214 141.774 200.122 164.934 10% 5% 5% 7% US$ 3.022.566.000 Source: MDIC
  20. 20. Brazilian Beef Exports Processed 2009 PUERTO RICO 2% OTHER JORDAN 17% 2% FRANCE 2% BELGIUM 2% JAPAN USA 16.558 223.148 3% 34% GERMANY 23.967 4% NETHERLANDS ITALY UK 35.548 157.555 33.355 5% 24% 5% US$ 649.072.000 Source: MDIC
  21. 21. Financial Crisis Impact Main markets of Fresh Beef Evolution 000 US$ 225.000 200.000 175.000 150.000 000 USD 125.000 100.000 75.000 50.000 25.000 0 ago/08 set/08 out/08 nov/08 dez/08 jan/09 fev/09 mar/09 abr/09 mai/09 jun/09 jul/09 ago/09 Russia Hong Kong Egypt Iran Venezuela Source: MDIC
  22. 22. Financial Crisis Impact Trends Fusions and Acquisitions + Merger - may/2009 6% of bovine slaughter in 2008; + R Merger - sept/2009 Selected Brazilian Beef 25% of bovine slaughter in 2008; : Acquisition - sept/2009 + Chicken division; : Renting of 11 slaughterhouses - + set/2009 increased capacity of 8.800 heads/day;
  23. 23. Financial Crisis Impact Trends Internacionalization Argentina: Swift USA: Swift and Co., National Beef Packers, Smithfield Foods, Pilgrim’s Pride (chicken); Australia: Swift, Tasman, Tatiara Meat Europe: Inalca Uruguay: Canelones Paraguay: Quality Meat and San Antonio R Selected Brazilian Beef Argentina: AB&P, Estancias del Sur, Quickfood, Best Beef, Mirab Uruguay: Tacuarembó, Inaler, Colonia Chile: : Quinto Cuarto, Patagonia UK: CDB Meats, Weston, Kitchen Ham Packers Northern Ireland:Moy Park, Dungannon Protein Netherlands: Albert van Zoonen France: Moy Park France
  24. 24. Trends in the Beef Production: Associations
  25. 25. Future Perspectives • In 2007 the world’s urban population surpassed the rural population • In 2050, the world population will be of about 9 billion people (UN) • In 2014, the GDP of developing countries will surpass the GDP of developed countries (IMF) •In 2009, about 1 billion people were living in some degree of subnutrition (FAO)
  26. 26. The State of Food and Agriculture “Food production must expand by 70% in the world and double in developing countries, to meet the food needs of a world population expected to reach 9.1 billion in 2050.” Dr Jacques Diouf FAO Director-General
  27. 27. Meat Consumption and GDP
  28. 28. Future Challenges Political Opening new markets Negotiations at OMC Protectionism Sanitary Foot and Mouth Disease BSE Traceability Economic Exchange rates Environmental Greenhouse gases emissions Deforestation Sustainability in beef production
  29. 29. FMD Map 2009 Free zone without vaccination (Santa Catarina) Free zone with vaccination Alert Zone Not free zone
  30. 30. Traceability CRIA MERCADOC RECRIA MERCADOC ENGORDA FEED LOT INDUSTRIA
  31. 31. Exchange Rate R$ x US$ 2005- 2005-2010 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  32. 32. Deforestation
  33. 33. Productivity Evolution Livestock X Pasture area 180.000.000 200.000.000 160.000.000 180.000.000 140.000.000 160.000.000 140.000.000 120.000.000 120.000.000 (heads) 100.000.000 (ha) 100.000.000 80.000.000 80.000.000 60.000.000 60.000.000 40.000.000 40.000.000 20.000.000 20.000.000 0 0 1940 1950 1960 1970 1975 1980 1985 1996 2006 Livestock Pasture Source: IBGE, Mapa
  34. 34. Greenhouse Gases Emissions Reduction on CH4 emissions between 1988 and 2007 % of emissions reduction of CH4/kg of beef Source: FMVZ
  35. 35. TECHNOLOGY Artificial AND BEEF insemination PRODUCTION Futures Feed Integration Protein lot Breeding supplement Agriculture Cross breeding Forest Genetic Medication selection Irrigation Mineral Electronic Salt Rotational tag Pasture system Salt Fertilization Pasture management
  36. 36. Productivity BRAZIL 1975 2007 Meat Production 2,16 7,05 + 227% Million ton Pasture area 165,63 171,85 + 4% Million ha WORLD 1975 2007 Meat production 43,73 59,85 + 37% Million ton Pasture area 3.193,32 3.378,17 + 6% Million ha Source: FAO
  37. 37. Productivity MATO GROSSO 2000 2008 Livestock 18 26 + 44,4% Million heads Pasture area 23,3 25,8 + 10,7% Million ha Occupation 0,76 0,99 + 30,2% Heads/ha 5,4 million hectares of forest were saved between 2000 and 2008 only because of evolution in productivity Source: IMEA
  38. 38. LAND USE SOIL DISTRIBUTION (Million hectares) Amazon Rain Forest 350 41% Native and Cultivated Pastures 220 26% Legal Reserve 55 6,4% Annual crops 48* 5,6% Permanent Crops 14 1,6% Cities, lakes, roads, etc. 20 2,4% Cultivated forests 5 0,6% Other uses (indian reserves, etc) 51 6% Avaliable area 90 11% Total 853 Area used for agriculture 7,6% Source: CONAB *Safra 2008/09
  39. 39. Suppliers control Brazilian slaughterhouses are selecting suppliers using strict criteria on sustainability. If you buy Brazilian Beef, you can be sure that beef is not coming from: • Ilegally deforastated areas • farmers involved on using forced labor That information is provided by competent government departments and controled daily by slaughterhouses on every animal purchase.
  40. 40. ABIEC Associates R Selected Brazilian Beef
  41. 41. Gracias! Fernando Sampaio Sustainability Coordinator fernando@abiec.com.br www.abiec.com.br
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