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Introducing Seara,
a leading Brazilian meat producer
with a history of over 65 years.

  • 65 Years

    Feeding the world
    & people

  • ~5.1M

    birds per day

  • ~26.7K

    hogs per day

  • >130

    Number of exporting
    countries worldwide

Seara is one of the major brands of JBS Group,
the global No. 1 protein producer.

For over 60 years, Seara has been feeding the world and people with the best there is. We take excellence and innovation, every day, to more than 130 countries through our products and services, in several channels such as retail, food servicing, processing factories and distribution.

Being one of the major brands of JBS Group, the world’s largest animal protein producer (beef, lamb, pork, poultry) and also a major player of plant-based protein, Seara has an extensive portfolio of fresh poultry and pork products and prepared foods. From the origin to the consumer’s table, Seara is committed to quality and food safety.

Corporate Profile

Seara Alimentos LTDA
Year of Foundation
Headquarters’ Address
Av. Marginal Direita do Tiete, 500, Vila Jaguara - Sao Paulo - SP - Brazil
Joao Campos
Manufacturing and selling of chicken, pork, processed food, and plant-basedd meat
Number of Employees
Commercial Office in Japan
Seara Japan LLC
Year of Foundation
Akasaka Nakanishi Building 6F, 4-1-33 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, Japan 107-0052
Tiago Marson Fonseca

Check out the certification mark that guarantees the best quality!

Under these global quality assurance systems, we produce safe and
secure food products for customers all over the world.

  • cfm 인증마크
  • swisss law 인증마크
  • brc 인증마크
  • global gap 인증마크
  • iso 14001 인증마크
  • iso 17025 인증마크
  • smeta 인증마크

Seara factories regularly undergoes internal and external quality audits, such as by the Federal Inspection Service (SIF) of the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture and third-party auditing bodies. In addition, we have obtained the following international certifications, issued by the world’s highest level certification bodies in the food industry*.

  • BRC (British Retailers Association)
  • SWA (Supplier Workplace Environment Management Program)
  • Global GAP (Global Agricultural Production Process Management)
  • ISO 17025 (Quality Management)
  • ISO 14001 (Environmental Management)
  • SMETA (Social Audit)
  • ALO FREE (Swiss Law)
  • Halal, and so on.

*The certifications may differ in each factory.

chicken and pork are
made daily in Brazil.

  • ~92,000
    Team members

  • 30 Poultry Processing Facilities
    ~5.1 million birds per day

  • 8 Hog Processing Facilities
    ~26.7 thousand hogs per day

  • 24 Prepared Foods Facilities
    ~142.4 thousand tons per month

  • 18 Distribution Centers

  • 11 Overseas Sales Offices

Our History

For more than 65 years, Seara has been working to offer products that take convenience,
trust and innovation to the consumers.

  • 1956

    The first large slaughter house in the city of Seara in Santa Catarina.

  • 1968

    Uirapuru, the first farm of study and research of porks, to further improve the quality of meat.

  • 1975

    240 tons of chicken for Kuwait, our first international transaction.

  • 1976

    In Xanxere, our first incubation center is launched.

  • 1980

    Ceval buys Seara, increasing the brand and expanding the investment capacity.

  • 1982

    We are the first Brazilian meat company to export chicken cuts to Europe. First export of raw chicken to Japan.

  • 1983

    We acquired the stock control of the slaughter house Rio da Luz S. A, in Jaraguá do Sul.

  • 1989

    Ceval incorporates Seara Industrial, and we become a Ceval brand together with the plants of Jacarézinho and Nuporanga.

  • 1990

    Acquisition of Dourados-MS plant.

  • 1995

    Acquisition of Sidrolândia-MS, and of Forquilhinha-SC plants.

  • 1996

    We are the first Brazilian company to receive ISO quality certification: 9002, for the whole chicken chain.

  • 1997

    Ceval was bought by the Bunge group.

  • 1998

    Creation of Seara Alimentos S.A. We became an independent company controlled by Mutual Inv. Ltda.

  • 1999

    Offices in Buenos Aires, Amsterdam, Singapore, Tokyo, and Dubai. We control the port facility in Braskarne.

  • 2000

    We are the largest pork exporter in Brazil.

  • 2001

    We established the thermoprocessed chicken factory in Itapiranga – SC.

  • 2003

    Our company is present in 27 new countries.

  • 2005

    Seara food products is controlled by a large international group in the food sector.

  • 2006

    First export of heat-treated pork products to Japan.

  • 2007

    First export of heat processed chicken products to Japan.

  • 2013

    Seara food products is now controlled by the JBS group, the world leader in meat processing. Seara exported its first raw pork container to Japan.

  • 2016

    Our new visual identity was launched in a more modern and suitable way in the current market.

  • 2021

    First export of plant-based meat to Japan.

JBS Culture

Our Mission

To be the best in all that we do, completely focused on our business, ensuring the best products and services to our customers, a relationship of trust with our suppliers, profitability for our shareholders and the opportunity of a better future for all our team members.

Our Values

Our Values guide our efforts toward achieving Our Mission of being the best in all that we do.

  • Determination

    Be relentless. Deliver superior results.
    Adopt a sense of urgency. Make things happen.

  • Simplicity

    Be practical. Focus on what’s important.
    adopt a hands-on approach. Avoid bureaucracy.

  • Availability

    Be receptive and open. Always be prepared and
    motivated to take on new challenges.

  • Humility

    Listen. Be helpful and thoughtful. Act with respect.
    Prioritize the team over yourself.
    Value the opinion of others.

  • Sincerity

    Be direct, truthful and transparent. Respectfully express opinion. Know how to say no but be positive and offer

  • Discipline

    Be punctual. Fulfill commitments.
    Deliver results. Do not make excuses.

  • Ownership

    Be committed to results.
    Focus on details. Take responsibility.


JBS has a robust compliance program and is committed to conducting its business ethically, with integrity, in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and rules.
JBS expects its Business Associates to demonstrate the same commitment by following the highest standards of business conduct, integrity and complying with all applicable laws, regulations and rules. All Business Associates agree to abide by the Business Associate Code of Conduct (the "BACC").
Get to know our Code of Conduct and Ethics and Business Associate Code of Conduct.

  • Sustainability

    Sustainability is the foundation
    of our business strategy, so that
    our actions can generate
    positive impacts for team
    members, suppliers, customers,
    society and the planet.

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  • Eco-Friendly

    From the beginning of the production
    to the product delivery, we strictly
    control the process to guarantee
    it is entirely eco-friendly.

  • NET ZERO 2040

    JBS announced our global
    public commitment to being
    Net Zero by 2040.

    Learn More

Animal Welfare
& Breeding

We respect and protect
the fundamental freedoms
of animals throughout the
production process to keep
our ethical commitment to
animal welfare.

The commitment to ensuring animal welfare is among the priorities of JBS’ global agenda, respecting the demands of customers, consumers and society, and also the precepts of valuing life. The Company’s operations are benchmarked to best practices and, are in line with the five fundamental freedoms of animals, as defined by the Farm Animal Welfare Council (FAWC). The Company creates partnerships with producers around the world to ensure they abide by this agenda, while also maintaining specialized species-specific teams that adopt constantly revised techniques and encourage producers to provide the animals with the best treatment possible.

Five fundamental animal freedoms

  • 1. Freedom from hunger and thirst
  • 2. Freedom from discomfort
  • 3. Freedom from pain, injury or disease
  • 4. Freedom to express normal behavior
  • 5. Freedom from fear and distress

At all processing units, multidisciplinary teams are responsible for ensuring compliance with the policies and procedures required by animal welfare programs. Any violations of the Company’s Animal Welfare Program (Programa de Bem-Estar Animal) by team members or suppliers may result in disciplinary processes that could lead to termination of employment or contracts with suppliers.

All operations comply with local laws and technical standards, as well as the principles of animal freedom and humane slaughter. For commercial reasons, the company adopts religious guidelines that respect the cultural characteristics and diversity of the markets in which it operates.

Our Pig Farm

Promotional Video about Seara Pork

About Our Pork Quality and Production System

Our Chicken Farms

We practice transparent management
Check out Seara's report.


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