You may not have heard of them, but JBS is the biggest meat company in the world. It controls a lot of the food you buy in the supermarket including beef, pork, lamb and salmon. You'll even find their meat between your burger buns at McDonald's. But despite its size and reach, JBS is a company built on corruption and bribery; tainted by charges and accusations of malpractice and environmental crimes. While some foreign governments are holding the company to account, Australian politicians have given JBS the green light to grow. Why?