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C.P. Cambodia received three awards from Cambodia International Agriculture, Feed & Livestock Show 2018

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C.P. Cambodia received three awards from Cambodia International Agriculture, Feed & Livestock Show 2018

Phnom Penh – On 1st - 3rd November, Agri-livestock Cambodia 2018 at Koh Pich, was presided over by H.E. Veng Sakhon, Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries, including government VIPs, 32 leading exhibiting companies, press members and over 3,000 visitors.

The event is organized to support the agriculture industry sector. The award has presented with a trophy and certificate in a total of 12 categories covering key industries such as feed production, farm management, animal breeding, eggs, dairy production, meat processing, and etc.

According to the minister, the development of agriculture and livestock sector are growing very well, as daily products, poultry, swine production and/or livestock investment and service have been opened for all.

“We have focused on developing legal frameworks, promoting research and development, animal breeding, improving animal husbandry and animal health, and encouraging large and medium size investment in animal feed production. The purpose is to support an increase of market demand for meat and animal product including a livestock development of farmers in the countryside,” Sakhon said.

C.P. Cambodia Co., Ltd., the leading agro-industrial and food conglomerate companies, emphasized the success as the leader of Cambodia’s agriculture, Feed and Livestock sector by collecting three prestigious awards in three categories; “Most Outstanding Feed Producer Award”, “Most Outstanding Integrator Award”, and “Most Outstanding Meat Processor Award”.

The company integrates the manufacturing of animal feed, animal breeding and animal farming, meat processing, the manufacturing of semi-cooked meat and fully-cooked meat, food products. It aims to produce the quality food products and has the highest level of safety. CP has been working tirelessly with more than 1,000 Cambodian farmers in 25 provinces in Cambodia agriculture industry.

Mr.Wittaya Kreangkriwit, Senior Vice President of CP Cambodia said: “It is the great honor and pleasure for us to be given three of the 12 titles. We continue to support the farmers in order to further develop agricultural, animal husbandry and livestock production in Cambodia more effectively and sustainably. ”

The award has proven CP’s meticulous professions in developing the agro-industrial and food conglomerate in order to guarantee to consumers in receiving the best products and to live healthily, happily with the lifestyle everyone dreams for under the concept, “Good Taste, Good Quality”.

Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CPF) is the world’s leading listed agro-industrial and food conglomerates which operates vertically integrated business and operates in 16 countries, and exports products to over 30 countries, covering 4 billons population around the world.

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