Fiji Poultry Company Continues to Invest17 December 2013
FIJI - Rooster Poultry says it will continue to invest in quality processes to ensure uncompromising standards are maintained.
According to The Fiji Times Online, general manager Dallas Foon said in a statement that Rooster Poultry had successfully passed its latest audit for ISO9001 and ISO22000 standards by Verification New Zealand.
He said ISO9001 was the international standard for quality management systems while ISO22000 was the standard for food safety management.
"These standards are recognised by more than 150 countries. Rooster Poultry employs the best management practices in quality and food safety to achieve and maintain these standards, which means that Fiji can be confident that Rooster Poultry chicken remains a high quality and food safe product.
"Rooster Poultry is delivering very high quality standards for Fiji and can proudly continue to be manufacturers of Fiji's Premier Quality Chicken. We continue to invest in our quality processes to ensure that uncompromising standards are maintained and year on year our ISO auditors, Verification New Zealand, continue to comment on the improvements we achieve in raising the bar to another level."
He said Rooster Poultry was the first company in Fiji and one of the few commercial poultry businesses in the world to reach the highest level of food safety set by the International Organisation for Standardisation.
"Future Farms Limited trading as Rooster Poultry is major grower and processor of halal frozen poultry products," Mr Foon said.
The company is based in Navau, Ba and distributes its products throughout Fiji and to the Pacific.
The company is wholly-owned subsidiary company of BSP Life (Fiji) Ltd.
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