|Traded as||BM&F Bovespa: BRFS3
|Key people||Abílio Diniz, (Chairman)
Claudio Galeazzi, (CEO)
|Products||Food and beverage|
|Revenue||US$ 13.9 billion (2012)|
|Net income||US$ 396.7 million (2012)|
BRF S.A. is a Brazilian food company created from the 2009 merger of Perdigão and Sadia. BRF is the world's tenth-largest food company and Brazil's second in revenue, after global giant JBS. Sadia and Perdigão are BRF's main brands.
BRF is present in over 110 countries. The company has 60 industrial plants in Brazil and four worldwide, 36 distribution centers and 24 global offices. The most well known brands of the group in Brazil are Perdigão, Sadia, Batavo, Rezende, Wilson, Doriana, Claybon and Qualy.
Before it was changed to BRF in April 2013, the official name of the company was BRF – Brasil Foods S.A.
- BRF (9 April 2013). "Corporate Bylaws". Retrieved 27 July 2013.
- Kassai, Lucia (9 April 2013). "Brasil Foods Names Diniz Chairman to Lead Growth". Bloomberg. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
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