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Brazil judge moves Imcopa plant sale as Bunge seeks more info

07 Dec 2019

SAO PAULO A Brazilian bankruptcy judge has pushed back the sale of two soy crushing plants after U.S-based grain trader Bunge Ltd alleged the seller provided insufficient information about the assets, according to court filings seen by Reuters on Friday.

RPT-UPDATE 2-Brazil judge delays Imcopa plant auction after Bunge seeks more info

06 Dec 2019

SAO PAULO, Dec 6 A Brazilian bankruptcy judge has pushed back the sale of two soy crushing plants after U.S-based grain trader Bunge Ltd alleged the seller provided "scarce and incomplete" information about the assets, according to court filings seen by Reuters on Friday.

Exclusive: Brazil prosecutors charge 11 in probe targeting food processor BRF

05 Dec 2019

SAO PAULO Brazilian federal prosecutors on Wednesday formally charged 11 persons in connection with a criminal probe accusing the world's largest chicken exporter BRF SA of evading food safety checks, court filings seen by Reuters showed.

Grain trader Louis Dreyfus to cut costs in ongoing overhaul

28 Nov 2019

SAO PAULO/PARIS Louis Dreyfus Company is making sweeping cost cuts, starting with travel, entertainment, hiring and salaries, as the 168-year-old agricultural commodities firm tries to revive dwindling profits.

Grains trader LDC to cut costs amid trade jitters, swine fever: memo

27 Nov 2019

SAO PAULO Agricultural commodities giant Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) has launched a cost-cutting and reorganization drive in the face of difficulties confronting global trading houses, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters on Wednesday.

Minerva aims for Athena IPO in April 2020, eyes risks from Argentina

25 Nov 2019

SAO PAULO Brazilian food company Minerva SA is aiming for an initial public offering (IPO) of its Athena Foods subsidiary in April 2020 despite political headwinds in Argentina, where the division gets about 30% of its net sales.

Exclusive: Brazil prosecutors push soy, cattle moratorium to protect natives

14 Nov 2019

SAO PAULO In a part of Brazil plagued by land conflicts and violence against indigenous tribes, prosecutors say they are pushing major grains traders and meatpackers to stop buying from farmers and ranchers charged with crimes against natives.

Exclusive: Brazil prosecutors push soy, cattle moratorium to protect natives

14 Nov 2019

SAO PAULO In a part of Brazil plagued by land conflicts and violence against indigenous tribes, prosecutors say they are pushing major grains traders and meatpackers to stop buying from farmers and ranchers charged with crimes against natives.

Brazil's JBS posts $86 million profit for third quarter, shares rise

14 Nov 2019

SAO PAULO JBS SA , the world's largest meatpacker, on Thursday reported a quarterly net profit of $86 million as higher meat prices across its markets bolstered results amid an outbreak of African swine fever in Asia.

Brazil gets approval for 13 meatpacking plants for China exports

12 Nov 2019

SÃO PAULO Chinese authorities approved new Brazilian meat exporting plants on Tuesday, according to the Brazilian agriculture ministry, a highly anticipated move as the two nations continue to strengthen trade ties.

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