Revealed: new evidence links Brazil meat giant JBS to Amazon deforestation

Forest fires in Brazil — often linked to land clearance for beef cattle farming — have provoked global concern. Picture: Daniel Beltra/Greenpeace

Reporting team: André Campos, Andrew Wasley, Alexandra Heal, Dom Phillips and Piero Locatelli

New evidence appears to connect JBS, the world’s biggest meat company, to cattle supplied from a farm in the Brazilian Amazon which is under sanction for illegal deforestation.

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Award-winning investigative journalist specialising in food and environment issues. Full coverage see: www.andrewwasley.com

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Andrew Wasley

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Award-winning investigative journalist specialising in food and environment issues. Full coverage see: www.andrewwasley.com

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