Amaggi Group

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Amaggi Group
Company typePrivately held
IndustryCommodities, Agriculture, Logistics, Energy
Key people
Judiney Carvalho, (CEO)
RevenueUS$ 9.2 billion (2022)

The Amaggi Group (Brazilian Portuguese: Grupo Amaggi) is a large Brazilian commodities company involved in the soybean industry. It is the largest private producer of soybeans in the world.[1]

The company has annual sales of over $9 billion, and is a large domestically owned exporter that exports to destinations in both Europe and the United States.[2]

Amaggi was founded in 1977 by André Maggi of Italian origin as a seed producer.[3] In the 1980s, he acquired large tracts of land in Mato Grosso and went into soybean production.[4] There he also had the city of Sapezal built. After his death in 2001, his son Blairo Maggi took over the company.[5] It is headed by CEO Judiney Carvalho, since the end of 2017.


  1. ^ Alliance, World Benchmarking (2023-07-17). "Amaggi Group". World Benchmarking Alliance. Retrieved 2023-07-17.
  2. ^ Relations, Investor (2023-07-17). "Institutional Presentation".
  3. ^ Minas, Estado de (2014-04-11). "Família do senador Blairo Maggi entra na lista de bilionários da Forbes". Estado de Minas (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 2023-03-07.
  4. ^ "Nossa História". (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 2023-07-17.
  5. ^ "História". Amaggi (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 2023-03-07.

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