Food Safety & Traceability

Food Safety & Hyegine Standard
We take every step necessary to ensure that our products meet the highest standards for quality and safety, ensuring that our processes fully comply with all health and hygiene requirements for food production. Due to our vertically integrated business model, we can ensure food safety every step of the way and standardise our measures across countries, making our products’ safety reliable. On top of that, we regularly engage our suppliers and have stringent requirements for them to meet our expectations in terms of food safety, traceability and quality. 

Our product labeling provides the transparent information in compliance with local government regulations. Good farm management practices are implemented across our operations to ensure animal health. Safer food depends on healthy animals. Our farm management practices adhere to various standards such as Good Farming Practices and Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP). Both Good Farming Practices and BAP, for example, encapsulate standards to exercise responsible farming and aquaculture that ensures food safety, animal welfare, as well as producing in environmentally and socially responsible ways.



Food traceability is crucial in our value chain to ensure we deliver good quality, safe products to our customers. Our final products can be properly traced from the source, for example feed raw material, day old chick, and throughout the entire production process. We also are also committed to mitigating environmental impact by assuring that our raw materials are sourced responsibly.

Our commitment to traceability is reflected in our Supplier Code of Conduct. With this Supplier Code of Conduct, we are committed to ensure that the products and services delivered by the suppliers meet or even exceed the quality and safety standards required by applicable law. In regard to responsible sourcing, our suppliers are required to exercise responsible sourcing, including providing us with the country of origin, practising due diligence, as well as exercising procurement that does not involve illegal activity, human rights abuses, mistreatment of animals, or terrorism.