Framework for Country’s First Livestock Law
Cambodia’s Agriculture Ministry circulated the framework for the country’s first livestock law in the first week of August. The law was signed into effect by King Norodom Sihamoni in January. The law will in effect regulate the quality of domestic and imported meat and livestock, setting rules governing import and export of meat, veterinary practices, and sanitation standards at slaughterhouses.
Cargill-Japfa joint-venture to produce cooked poultry products
Cargill and Japfa, Indonesia have entered into a 60-40 joint venture to produce and supply fully-cooked poultry products in Indonesia. Both Japfa and Cargill will also work together to produce a new range of value-added consumer food products. The strategic partnership will leverage on Cargill’s broad industry expertise to supply high quality fully cooked poultry products to institutional sectors, convenience stores, petrol kiosks, and to export products to other countries in the region.
HARUMi offers individuals opportunity to run their own fried chicken businesses
HARUMi offers low cost entry to individuals who are interested in operating a small fried chicken business out of a kiosk. In return for a small franchise fee of RM3500 (US$858), HARUMi will provide the uncooked packaged products consisting of chicken chops, chicken wings, chicken wing, chicken pop-corn and sweet potato to franchisees. In addition, franchisees will also be provided with the operating equipment, fryer, frying equipment and packaging materials and kiosk Datuk Alex Ding, Managing Director of Malaysia’s DBE Gurney Resources Bhd, said the company aims to open 1000 HARUMi fried chicken kiosks by mid-2017 up from its current 100 HARUMi kiosks in Malaysia.