Posted at 27 August 2018
On June 21st 2018, the global NGO Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) has recognized Diana Food for its commitment towards Animal Welfare and awarded its American entity with the Good Chicken Award.
Diana Food will soon reinforce its capabilities in chicken-based solutions with the opening of a new site in Georgia, supported by a solid Animal Welfare policy dedicated to Broiler Chicken.
Diana Food, a key player to develop chicken broiler sustainable stream
Deeply anchored into its heritage, Diana Food has been developping unique know-how in valorizing chicken by-products into taste and health functional ingredients. A unique positioning on the market that relies on a responsible selection of chicken breeders, high quality standards and food safety guarantees, gentle industrial processing allowing both preserved organoleptic benefits and convenience to apply for key food industry players.
Driven by a macro-trend of increased demand for more responsible and ethical food, animal welfare has recently appeared as a key concern for consumers. Convinced to have a key role to play in developing sustainable streams, Diana Food has worked jointly with the global NGO, CIWF, to develop a solid Animal Welfare Policy for its Chicken Broiler committing to reach 100% of its supply to be compliant with High Animal Welfare standards by 2023 in the United States and by 2026 in Europe.
A new food plant in Georgia, creating natural and responsible chicken-based taste solutions
Based on a strategic investment, Diana Food will operate by the end of the year a new food plant which will deliver clean label and fully sustainable chicken ingredients. Strategically located in the heart of America’s Broiler Belt, the new Banks Crossing facility in Georgia is a place where cutting-edge technology meets our values and our best practices in responsible local sourcing and animal welfare. The site will deliver the American market with chicken broth, fat and chicken meat powder.
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