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CP’s native chicken focuses on sustainable fresh produce

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CP’s native chicken focuses on sustainable fresh produce

A potentially big niche market for native chickens in Phnom Penh is waiting to be tapped into.

The demand is big, but the supply is relatively small in volume when it comes to the needs of Cambodians.

Meat of native chickens are preferred by many Cambodians over the same products from commercial poultry because of their great taste, leanness, pigmentation and suitability to Cambodians special dishes.

Their meat is claimed to be tastier and more savory than those of purebreds. Moreover, native chicken meat is priced higher than those coming from commercial poultry.

In line with this, CP Cambodia Ltd – one of the Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CPF) from Thailand – is ready to help and ensure the food security (one of this is the native chicken) for the country.

The past twenty years have seen CP’s develop the competence of the poultry business salong with the animal feed, swine and food business within the country.

The improved performance is available to farmers for production and raising their own farm on a larger scale so that the demand in the market could be filed.

According to Mr. Wittaya Srisom - Vice President for the company’s Poultry Business, “Healthy chicken for people’s health is the main goal of CP Cambodia Poultry Business.”

CP Cambodia’s Poultry soul purpose of farming is to produce meat and eggs to supply Cambodia’s need for fresh produce. Millions of chickens and egg are raised annually as a source of food.

The international standard poultry farm system is used to all company’s and contract farming. With the use of high-end technologies and equipments, CP management is the best in the industry.

The company’s main plan involves sustaining the demands of native chicken in the country, and it remains a long-term plan for CP Poultry business. This model is to the benefit of all Cambodians due to its affordability and availability to access quality food.

Nowadays, it states that CP Cambodia is the biggest local producer of chicken in Cambodia and, “It is proudly made/raised in Cambodia.” CP makes sure the quality of producing native chicks from the hatchery up to the market.

The CP Poultry Business not only has native chicken, but also has broiler and layer chickens for alternative options for the Cambodia farmers. Animal husbandry experts and professional veterinarians from the company are always available to provide you with advice and consultations. In such a way, Cambodians will be more knowledgeable in doing animal farm and management.

CP is more than willing to engage with business minded Cambodians and farmers to get you started on your own business. The company follows the business-to-business policy and it will certainly generate more business opportunities for the Cambodian farmers, the traders and the end-users.

Furthermore, one can easily start a business with a minimum amount of investment. At present, CP Poultry has thousands of investors and customers all over the country.

• Contact Number: 024-690-3163
• Email: [email protected]
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cpcambodia/
• Visit the nearest CP Poultry branch for more information.

Remark: CP Cambodia is open to flexible business plans and strategies. Please contact our sales representatives for more information.

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