Vietnam to export 300 tons of chicken chests to Japan

Koyu & Unitek Company will export around 300 tons of chicken chests  per month to Japan in January, 2017.

It is known as the trading companies in poultry framing and processing in Long Binh Industrial Park, Bien Hoa city of Dong Nai; and will be the first Vietnamese firm to export chicken chests in foreign market if the company meets the country’s harsh food safety standards.

The Dong Nai Animal Breeding and Veterinary Branch said that with a population of over 100 million people, Japan will be an attractive exporting market for Vietnamese enterprises in the field of poultry framing and processing

Currently, Dong Nai province has more than 16 million farmed chickens.

By Duc Trung- Tranlsated by Huyen Huong

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