Kampung chicken has always been known to be a healthier choice from the normal conventional chicken, thus explaining its higher prices. It is also known to be very rare and not easily accessible to the wider market especially at the urban centres around Malaysia. This gap in the market provide the perfect opportunity for AQINA Farm, a subsidiaries of AQINA Group to provide a healthier choice, AQINA Organic Kampung Chicken that are available throughout Village Grocer outlet.
AQINA Organic Kampung Chicken brochure alongside AQINA Golden Pineapple’s
AQINA received the Malaysia Organic Animal Production (MyOrganic) and Malaysia Good Agriculture Practice (MyGAP) by the Department of Veterinary Services accreditation claiming as the first authorised producer of Organic Kampung Chicken in Malaysia. The official certification handover ceremony was graced by En Yasser Arafat bin Zainal Rashid, Principal Assistant Director – Business Development Division of the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs and was conducted by the young Group Executive Director of AQINA, Mr. Wesley Tan.
Mr. Wesley Tan, Group Executive Directo of AQINA receiving the MyOrganic certification from En Yasser Arafat bin Zainal Rashid, Principal Assistant Director – Business Development Division of the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
With the motto of ‘Healthier Meat Choice’, AQINA which is based in Pekan Nenas, Johor, aimed to be proven as the best breed of kampung chicken to the consumer, nurturing them organically and slowly, over 70 days to its optimal size, without antibiotics and growth hormones.
AQINA employees preparing the finished product for exhibition and demonstration
The AQINA team together with Encik Yasser Arafat bin Zainal Rashid, Principal Assistant Director, Business Development Division of Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs and Dr. Gulam Shah bin Fazal Din, Senior Veterinary Consultant (center)