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    REPORT 2015

  • Headquarters: Av. Antnio Manso Bernardes, s/n, Rotatria Famlia Vilela de Queiroz - Barretos - SP Zip code 14781-545 - Phone: +55 (17) 3321-3355 Street Leopoldo Couto de Magalhes Jnior, 758 - conj. 82 - Itaim Bibi - So Paulo - SP - Zip code 04542-000 - Phone: +55 (11) 3074-2444

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  • GENERAL COORDINATION: Minerva S.A.

    GENERAL COUNSEL: Flvia Ribeiro

    HUMAN RESOURCES AND COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT: Odoardo Carsughi, Denise Rocha and Larissa Matos

    SUSTAINABILITY DIVISION: Taciano Custdio, Wemerson Lopes and Camila Ito

    EDITORIAL PRODUCTION: TheMediaGroup and KMZ Contedo

    TRANSLATION: Gama Tradues

    PHOTOS: Claudio Lacerda

    DESIGN: F&Q Brasil

    CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Paschoal Fabra Neto, Emlia Ogata and Oadir Gualtieri

    ACCOUNT MANAGERS: Fernando Quinteiro and Raquel lvares Coelho

    DESIGNERS: Cristian de Felice, Everaldo Figueira and Lucila Issa

    EDITOR: TheMediaGroup

    PRODUCTION: Anderson Lima

    AUDITOR: BDO RCS Auditores Independentes

    9. CREDITS

    INTEGRITY IN GOVERNANCE PRACTICES; COMMITMENT TO HUMAN CAPITAL; RESPONSIBLE DECISION-MAKING; INITIATIVE IN ADVANCING THE MEAT INDUSTRY IN BRAZIL AND LATIN AMERICA; COOPERATION IN RELATIONSHIPS; SIMPLICITY IN ACTIONS; AND, FINALLY, THE STRENGTHENING OF EVERY LINK AT MINERVA THROUGH THE COMPANYS DETERMINATION ARE PART OF MINERVA FOODS WAY OF WORKING.

    MINERVA FOODS IS BASED ON VALUES THAT HAVE MARKED A PATH OF TRUST IN ITS ACTIVITIES.

    1.AbouttheReport

    2.MinervaFoods

    3.StrategicManagement

    4.CorporateGovernance

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    6.Relationships

    7.IntegratedManagementSystem

    8.GRIContentIndex

    9.Credits

  • INTHISREPORT,YOUWILLSEEHOWACTINGWITHSIMPLICITYMAKESMINERVAFOODSVALUESPARTOFCONSTANTEVOLUTION,

    INTEGRATIONANDIMPROVEMENTOFTHEORGANIZATIONALCULTURE.

    ABOUTTHEREPORT

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  • ABOUTTHEREPORT

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    Toreportitsresultstoitsvariousstakeholders,

    MINERVAFOODSPUBLISHESANANNUALSUSTAINABILITYREPORTCONTAININGAPANORAMAOFTHEMOSTRELEVANTASPECTSOFITSECONOMIC,SOCIALANDENVIRONMENTALPERFORMANCEANDCORPORATEGOVERNANCE.Asapubliclytradedcompany,inlinewithtransparencyandtoallowforcomparisonwithothercompaniesintheindustry,theCompanyfollowstheGlobalReportingInitiative(GRI)guidelines,aswellastheBrazilianAssociationofPubliclyTradedCompanies[Abrasca]recommendations.ThisdocumentcoverstheperiodofJanuary1toDecember31,2015,andinformationisbasedonthemostcurrentversionoftheGRI,versionG4,usingthecoreinaccordanceoption.Anyreformulationsofinformationandthereasonsforreformulationaredescribedthroughoutthedocument.GRI G4-28 | G4-29 | G4-30 | G4-32

    TheinformationandperformanceindicatorsreportedweresubjecttoanalysisandreceivedindependentassurancefromBDORCSAuditoresIndependentesapracticetheCompanyhasemployedsincethefirstpublicationpublishedonpage117.GRI G4-33

    Informationregardsthefollowingindustrialunits:Araguana(TO);Barretos(SP);CampinaVerde(MG);Janaba(MG);JosBonifcio(SP);PalmeirasdeGois(GO);andBataypor(MS);inadditiontothecontrolledcompaniesRolimdeMoura(RO),VrzeaGrande(MT);MirassolDOeste(MT).AlthoughtheyarenotpartofthisReportscope,thefollowingindustrialunitswillbementioned:Paraguayunits(FrigomercS.A,FriasaS.AandExpacarcontrolledcompanies);Uruguayunits(FrigorficoCarrascoS.A.andPulsaS.A.controlledcompanies);Colombiaunits(RedCarnicaS.A.ScontrolledcompanyandRedIndustrialColombianaS.A.S);andMinervaCasings,MinervaBiodiesel,MinervaCourosandMinervaLiveCattle(controlledcompany)andMinervaFineFoods(controlledcompany)businessunits.Thesementionswillbeaccompaniedbyappropriatehighlights.Therewerenosignificantchangesinrelationtotheperiodscoveredinpreviousdocuments.Inaprocessofcontinualimprovement,inaccordancewithfeasibility,theReportsscopewillgrowovertheupcomingcycles,involvingtheotherbusinessesundertheCompanyscontrol.GRI G4-13 | G4-20 | G4-21 | G4-23

    Comments,critic[email protected]minervafoods.com.ThischannelalsoallowsinvestorsandotherstakeholderstodiscussdifferenttopicsrelatedtotheCompany.GRI G4-31

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    Todefinereportingofthemostrelevanttopicspresented

    INTHISREPORT,MINERVAFOODSREVISEDTHECONSULTINGANDANALYSISPROCESSITUSEDIN2014BASEDONGRIG4GUIDELINES.Asaresult,thisdocumentcontainsanewsubject:InstitutionalRelations.Theworkdevelopedinthepreviousyearcountedontheparticipationofover150people,includingmembersoftheBoardofDirectors,Directors,employeesandoutsidestakeholderssuchasNGOs,thegovernment,financialinstitutions,investors,shareholders,buy-sideandsell-sideanalysts,suppliers,transporters,vendors,customers,livestockfarmersandacademicinstitutions.

    Alsotakenintoconsiderationwastheengagementwithstakeholdersthroughouttheyear(seechartsatright),throughdirectcommunicationchannelsaswellasthrougheventsandprogramspromotedbytheCompanysuchasMinervaDay,TalkingLivestock(FalandodePecuria),@[email protected]+Lucrativa)andStakeholderEngagementPlan(SEP)inwhichtheCompanyparticipates,suchasindustrydiscussionforums.ThematerialityanalysisprocessalsoencompassedthemesidentifiedinGRIdocumentsandinreportsbyothernationalandinternationalindustryplayers.GRI G4-24 | G4-25

    MATERIALITYMATRIXG4-18 | G4-20 | G4-21

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    APPROACHANDFREQUENCYOFSTAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENTGRI G4-26

    APPROACHTOSTAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENT

    FREQUENCYOFENGAGEMENT STAKEHOLDERGROUPS

    SEP MonthlyatallCompanybusinessunits Employees,communitystakeholders,unions

    MinervaDay TwiceayearinBrazilandintheU.S.A. Financialstakeholders

    TalkingLivestock(FalandodePecuria)

    DuringtheentireyearatlocationswhereMinervaFoodsindustrialunitsarefound

    Livestockfarmersandtradeassociations

    MeetingoftheBrazilianRoundtableonSustainableLivestock(BRSL) Duringtheentireyear

    Financialstakeholders,unions,publicagencies,NGOs,private

    companiesandothers

    KEYTOPICSANDCONCERNSRAISEDTHROUGHSTAKEHOLDERENGAGEMENT,BYSTAKEHOLDERGROUP GRI G4-27

    MAINTOPICSANDCONCERNS ADOPTEDMEASURES STAKEHOLDERGROUPS

    Sustainability;efficiencyinthefield;rawmaterialmarket;animalwelfare

    Promotionofeventsondiscussionoftopicsrelatedtotheindustry,suchas

    TalkingLivestock

    Livestockfarmers,associationsandtradeassociations

    Economicscenario;financialresults;Companyperformanceinnational

    andinternationalscenarios

    PromotionofeventssuchasMinervaDay,heldinBrazilandintheU.S.A.andphone

    conferencestodiscusstheCompany'squarterlyresults

    Shareholdersandfinancialstakeholders

    Transportoflivecargo;mattersrelatedtoodor;jobcreation;

    concernwiththird-partyemployeewell-being;economicmovement

    ofcitieswhereMinervaFoodsDistributionCentersandunits

    arelocated

    Implementationofengagementprojects,suchastheSEP

    Employeesandstakeholdersinthecommunityneighboring

    Minervaindustrialunits

    *ThemeetingisnotheldbyMinervaFoods,butisaformofengagementbetweencompaniesintheindustrywithotherbusinessareas.

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    D. CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY

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    *Althoughtheydonothavedirectlyrelatedaspectsandindicators,theG4-EN29,G4-EN32andG4-EN33indicatorsregardothermaterialtopicsthathelpinprovidingaccountabilityforthistopic.

    **BecauseoftheimportanceofthesetopicstotheactivitiesatMinervaFoodsandinrelationtostakeholderexpectationsfoundduringthematerialityprocess,theCompanyhasdecidedtoreportonsomeindicatorsrelatedtothefollowingtopics,inadditiontothematerialtopics.

    ThisresearchprocessresultedinthecreationofalistofWITH19themesassessedwithregardtotheImpactandInfluenceaxesanddividedintofouraspects:Economic,Environmental,OperationalandPeople.Ontheimpactaxis,relevantassessmentsofthethemesfromthestandpointofDirectorsandManagerswereconsideredaswellastheimportancetoindustryplayers.Fordevelopmentoftheinfluenceaxis,intheassessmentanddecisionofstakeholders,analysesconsideredrelevancebase

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