04
Nov
20
By: Pecsa On: November 04, 2020 In: In the field Comments: 0

Veja Magazine, one of the most influencial weekly magazines in Brazil, explains how Pecsa’s sustainable livestock production radically reduces...

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28
Oct
20
By: Pecsa On: October 28, 2020 In: In the field Comments: 0

The American news site Vox brings in its podcast a little of the history of Alta Floresta and Pecsa’s...

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20
Nov
19
By: Pecsa On: November 20, 2019 In: In the field Comments: 0

The Global 300 program, from the German public TV station Deutsche Welle – DW, shows, in a report, all...

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13
Sep
19
By: Pecsa On: September 13, 2019 In: In the field Comments: 0

In a cover story, the magazine Globo Rural lists a series of activities that develop the Amazon region without...

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03
Oct
17
By: Pecsa On: October 03, 2017 In: In the field, Institutional Comments: 0

Pecsa – Amazon Sustainable Cattle Ranching, had the pleasure of hosting a visit by top supply chain executives from...

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06
Jul
17
By: Pecsa On: July 06, 2017 In: In the field Comments: 0

The new Global Sustainability Director of McDonald´s, Rachel Sherman, and the supply chain manager for Arcos Dourados (McDonald´s operator...

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28
Mar
17
By: Pecsa On: March 28, 2017 In: In the field Comments: 0

Pecsa – Sustainable Amazon Cattle Ranching experience on the production of free deforestation beef was shared with participants of...

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12
Dec
16
By: Pecsa On: December 12, 2016 In: In the field, Institutional Comments: 0

Study from Imaflora, released on Wednesday (7) in São Paulo, shows 50% reduction of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions per...

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27
Oct
16
By: Pecsa On: October 27, 2016 In: In the field Comments: 0

Pedro Nogueira The partnership model implemented by Pecsa in the Alta Floresta region was featured again on ABC observatory...

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17
Feb
16
By: Pecsa On: February 17, 2016 In: In the field Comments: 0

Pedro Nogueira/Pecsa In November 2015, pasture reform activities began in three partner farms: Mitaju, Nossa Sra Aparecida and Bevilaqua. These...

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