The Brazilian Association of Animal Protein – ABPA – is the national institutional organization on poultry and pork production in Brazil.
The mission of ABPA is to represent the industry in national and international forums, ensuring product quality, food safety and sustainability, and promoting the integration of the entire production chain.
ABPA carries out several initiatives to foster the technological development of the industry, professional education and expansion of the production industry in both domestic and international markets.
ABPA also works on the creation of new opportunities for the production sector by means of international negotiations, institutional relations with stakeholders in Brazil and overseas, and actions for opening markets, among others.
The mission of ABPA is to represent the Brazilian poultry and pork industry in national and international forums, ensuring product quality, food safety and sustainability, and promoting the integration of the entire production chain, with high technological standards, enabling profitability and consolidation in the domestic and foreign markets, as well as to promote Brazilian poultry and pork in these markets.
The vision of ABPA is to be an active collective entity that integrates the entire poultry and pork production chain, seeking the best solutions for these industries.
The values of ABPA are to promote the satisfaction of its members by means of its actions and attitudes, its staff of committed and respected personnel and leaders, and its pillars of ethical principles in tune with the values of honesty and respect.
ABPA is a not-for-profit organization managed by a Board of Directors and backed up by an Advisory Board.
The functional structure of ABPA has theme-based sectoral chambers that address technical and macro-economic matters.
The executive management of ABPA: we are chaired the former Minister of Agriculture, Francisco Turra; Ricardo Santin is the executive director.