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Singapore receives first-ever import of live chicken from Indonesia 

Japfa delivered the 23,000 chickens to the Lion City.

Agri-food company, Japfa, delivered 23,000 live chickens to Singapore on 12 May, marking the first-ever fresh chicken export from Indonesia to the Lion City.

In a bourse filing, Japfa said  PT Ciomas Adisatwa in Bintan, Kepulauan Riau, raised the chickens delivered to Singapore. Japfa transported the chickens via sea.

 PT Ciomas Adisatwa is a subsidiary of  PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia Tbk, whose parent company is Japfa.

“We are pleased to contribute to Singapore’s food security strategy by providing fresh chicken to local consumers,” Tan Yong Nang, CEO of Japfa, said.

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