Another four units will restart operations on May 2 after "reforms, operating adjustments and the modernization of equipment" is concluded, the company said.
JBS put workers on leave at ten out of 36 cattle slaughtering units on April 3 in a bid to adjust capacity amid a food security scandal that rocked the domestic industry and caused importers to temporarily stop buying Brazilian meats. ■
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