- Direct Chicken Export To China
- Direct Chicken Export To Hong Kong
- Direct Chicken Export To Canada
- Direct Chicken Export To Europe
- Direct Chicken Export To America
- Direct Chicken Export To Japan
- Direct Chicken Export To South Korea
- Direct Chicken Export To Thailand
- Direct Chicken Export To Singapor
Brazil takes its halal production very seriously. For Jalal Jamel J. Cha- ya, president of the Brazil-Iraq Cham- ber of Commerce, halal slaughter is a fundamental purchase requirement and absolutely central to the sales success of Brazilian chicken. “With- out halal slaughter, there would be no deal. Brazilian chicken meat is ap- preciated all over the Middle East be-
halal and there is no other chicken in the world better suited to the tastes and interests of their customers.”
ABEF represents companies ex- porting 94% of all Brazilian chicken sold abroad, and it has 33 member companies. of those, no less than 30 use halal slaughter procedures. This constitutes a competitive advantage for Brazilian producers who started
Brazilian poultry producers know that Muslim consumers are very de- manding: they pay careful attention to the appearance of the chicken (its color, texture and consistency) and note the sanitary and microbiological characteristics of the product. How- ever, rst of all they make sure that the meat was produced according to Halal requirements.
Brazilian exporters are well aware of this. Over the course of 35 years selling to the Middle East, they have developed speci c products for a wide variety of Muslim markets. In the beginning, they sold the region just whole frozen chickens, but later started selling special cuts and pro- cessed meat.
Today, according to Tamer Man- sur, manager of Prime Foods, 90% of meat exported to Arab markets is in the form of whole chickens, known as grillers, weighing between 0.9 and 1.3 kilos and slaughtered after ap- proximately 29 days. This is younger and of course smaller than the tradi- tional whole chicken, which weighs around 2 kilos and slaughtered at 45 days, that is consumed in other parts of the world.