Australia’s food processing sector is a particularly important part of Australia’s overall food production.
The industry has been extremely quick to respond to consumer demands and trends, which of late has been for more convenient, healthier, fresher and less processed foods. By developing new food processing, separation and packaging technologies, and innovations, Australia is staying at the forefront of the food industry worldwide. Combine these strengths with a reliable supply of high-quality raw materials, a strong food safety regime through Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) and an environment that encourages creativity, innovation, and collaboration.
The Primary Production and Processing (PPP) Standard for Poultry Meat (Standard 4.2.2) is part of a series of Australian food safety standards. The standards can be found here.
In addition, the chicken meat industry complies with a range of standards and codes of practice established by Governments (Federal & State) and also private schemes aimed at ensuring that the ultimate product is safe and was produced in line with all the requirements of animal welfare, occupational health and safety, and food safety.
The basic aim of these food standards is to ensure that all poultry offered to consumers is safe to eat.
M&J Chickens represents the best of the Australian food processing industry and as such has expanded its export activity to multiple customers and locations around the globe. From international five-star rated hotels and restaurants to resorts and government agencies, M&J exports high-quality chicken products to those who demand the best.
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