BRF SA (BRFS3.SA)
20 Apr 2018
R$ 1.20 (+4.96%)
Fri, Apr 20 2018
SAO PAULO, April 20 The board of Brazilian food company BRF SA has endorsed a list of 10 candidates ahead of a vote on a new set of directors, the company said on Friday, suggesting top shareholders have reached a consensus on its composition.
BRASILIA Shareholders with a combined 32.8 percent stake in Brazilian food processor BRF SA have agreed to jointly vote for 10 new members of the board of directors, led by Pedro Parente as chairman, BRF said on Thursday in a filing.
SAO PAULO, April 19 The European Union intends to ban imports from 12 Brazilian plants operated by food processor BRF SA, which were previously authorized to export meat to the bloc, according to a draft document of the decision seen by Reuters on Thursday.
SAO PAULO, April 19 A Brazilian trade group said 12 plants operated by food company BRF SA have been targeted by a European Union ban on poultry imports from the South American country.
SAO PAULO, April 18 The chief executive of state-run oil firm Petrobras, Pedro Parente, said he had accepted an invitation to become chairman of Brazil's BRF, confirming earlier reports that sent the food processing firm's shares up on hopes of a swift resolution to leadership tussles.
SAO PAULO, April 18 Abilio Diniz, the current chairman of Brazilian food processor BRF SA, has invited Pedro Parente to replace him, Diniz's investment firm Península Participações said in a statement late on Wednesday.
* PETROBRAS' PEDRO PARENTE WILL KEEP CEO POST AT OIL CO REGARDLESS OF INVITATION TO BECOME CHAIRMAN OF FOOD PROCESSOR BRF, SOURCE SAYS
SAO PAULO Brazil's largest chicken processor BRF SA has been allowed to resume production at nine plants that export to the European Union, the Ministry of Agriculture said on Wednesday, a day before a potential EU ban related to a food safety scandal.
SAO PAULO, April 18 Brazil's largest chicken processor BRF SA has been allowed to resume production at nine plants that export to the European Union, the Ministry of Agriculture said on Wednesday, a day before a potential EU ban related to a food safety scandal.
SAO PAULO, April 18 The Brazilian agriculture ministry will allow food company BRF SA, which was involved in a food safety scandal, to resume production at certain plants that export to the European Union, according to an official document dated April 17 sent to Reuters on Wednesday.