Leading provider of top quality Mediterranean fish with vertically integrated operations, from feed to finished value added products, in Greece and Spain.
Global owner and operator of aqua-services vessels. Operating in all four aqua-service segments: well-boats, feed carriers, harvesters, and workboats; in all major salmon producing regions.
Producing and distributing the highest quality Pacific bluefin tuna through sustainable and environmentally-responsible ranching practices.
Transforming undervalued marine and poultry raw materials into high-value premium food and pet food ingredients through accelerated biorefining.
Micronutrients and specialty fertilizer producer, focusing on dry and liquid products, strategically located to address Mato Grosso’s demand.
Operates a fleet of push boats, barges, a public port concession and a licensed private port project in Santana. These are all located in the Northern Corridor, the new frontier for soybean logistics in Brazil.
Ciclon is a coffee trading joint venture with a major global coffee producer. The company trades opportunistically by leveraging market intelligence, procurement, sales & trading and operating platforms of its JV partner.
CSC Sugar is committed to bringing innovation to the sugar industry and producing the highest quality liquid sugar and invert syrup products available.
Fully integrated corn inputs distribution and grain origination platform headquartered in Mato Grosso, Brazil. Fiagril also owns and operates a biodiesel plant.
Brazil’s first corn-based ethanol producer. FS produces ethanol, corn oil and sells bioelectricity.
Vertically integrated global green coffee supplier with a 65+ year history in the coffee business. Presence in Brazil, Central America, USA, Spain, Netherlands and Vietnam.
Peru’s second largest palm oil producer comprised of 10,000 hectare plantation and crushing mill.
Accelerating the availability and reliability of organic, non-GMO and regeneratively grown food.
One of the largest sugar and ethanol producers in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul with 3.5 million tons crushing capacity.
Produces and processes high-quality soybean and corn seeds in the heart of Brazil’s midwest agricultural belt.